“Hang it up,” by Jesse Scaccia says that students are using electronic devices while they’re in class, which leads to them failing and causing other students are distracted and also fail. Parents are supporting their children are taking cell phones for safety purpose but they don’t know their children are doing with their phones. The New York City school chancellor announces that metal detectors will be at the school and also they can banned phones they confiscated more than 800 phones in this school. Student gets distracted by students with their phones because they always in their phone too much. Therefore i disagree and agree with the author where parents can connected the parents can connected with their children with their phones
Rubinkam’s Texting in Class is Rampant explains how most highschool and college students use their phones during class and lectures. Rubinkam reports that , “The anonymous survey of 269 Wilkes students found that nine in 10 admit to sending text messages during class-and nearly half say it's easy to do so undetected. Even more troubling, 10 percent say that they have sent or received texts during exams and 3 percent admit to using their phones to cheat.” Rubinkam uses logos to show how many students use their phones during class. The amount of students that do is frightening to most teachers because most teachers do not even notice it.
Of course, the teacher does not have total control over each student, there are means by which an instructor can yield the results she/he is looking for. Although our authors both bring up strong points about the use of cell phones in classrooms, they sometimes overstated the degree to which they are disruptive. The authors also give a good idea as to how the reduction of cell phone use would help classrooms become better learning environments with more respect for instructors and peers and how one’s grades have the possibility of improving once their cell phones have been put away. If purely stating these ideas to students would not help the students use their phones less, then incentives or penalizations can be offered by the instructor to make such a problem
This paper analyzes the effects technology has on mental health. When overused, without face to face communication, one may experience anxiety and stress. A study from the American Phycology Association states that most teenagers use social media, teenagers are especially vulnerable to these effects because technology surrounds them in their day lives. When using social networking, or technology in general, while maintaining face to face socialization one can also sustain their health. How Social Media and Technology Affects Mental Health Add to your intro.
Cell Phones: The average teenager who gets on their phone, just for a second, each hour has the same mind as a 30 year old cocaine addict. Teens have their minds tricked into thinking they can’t live without their cell phones and social media. Teens need to be able to talk to and connect with others and learn face-to-face communication skills. Nowadays teens can get harmed very easily, and teens do not really know who is on the other side of the screen. Studies have shown that phones can ruin lives with the blink of an eye.
One safety reason is that if you are sick. If you are sick and you walk to the Nurse's Office to see that she is on her lunch break what are you going to do? Well, if you have your phone with you, you can call one of your parents to come and pick you up. Also, if you get hurt the teacher can call the office, but what if it is the teacher is hurt, then you will have to call someone, with your phone that you would be carrying, if permitted. Most kids just keep their phones in their lockers and powered down.
Argumentative topics : school children should be allowed to bring mobile phone to schools 1. Introduction A. Hook/Attention getter: As the time flies, technology play the main role in our life, where the world is getting smaller, mobile phone is on everybody’s lip more than MacDonald and Kentucky’s Fried Chicken. Mobile phone becomes indispensable gadget, an absolute necessity for both adult and children. Aware of the essential of mobile phone in life, people starts question whether it should be allowed in school or not and this issue has been hotly debated over the year.
Could Phones in Class Be the Key to Learning Seeing a kid in class with their phone out, your first instinct will be telling them to put it away. Although cell phones can be a distraction and used for entertainment purposes they could be used for so much more. Phones should be allowed in classrooms to use as a learning tool, it will help students organize their work, and is cheaper than buying more technology. As you may know, schools are strict on their no phones in class rule.
Both students and teachers can now find facts within seconds. This can be very useful when explaining and debating topics.” As we all know, kids in this day in age have so much power in the palm of their hands they can get any piece of information they need in seconds and they should be able to use that power. Another reason kids should be able to use their smartphones in class is that teachers now are able to create assignments which kids can complete on their phones.
Most kids want to transport their phones to school. A common thing kids say is “ The teacher allows it though. ’’ Students and some teachers don’t know that cell phones in the classroom is unsatisfactory. Reasons for this are, it is a distraction, can be disguised as a gun, and can be used for cheating.
Technology: A Distraction in Life New modern life circled with technology gadgets. Technology has been progressing quickly which has become an important part in our lives which is harmful for our body. Many people have been using these stuff to communicate with each other, play games, listen to music, or discover a new culture. However, it may also have some positive impact in which it can help students in their daily life to get some information out of the internet to solve their homework or other things. For example, adults use these instruments at work and students at school.
There are some arguments against using cell phones during class hours. Cell phones are very unstoppable to the students and it should not be use to them inside the classroom. What can we do? Well, there are many things we can do when a cell phone is found on a student. The phone will be confiscated and a phone home will be required.
Cell Phones In Schools Despite the fact that cell phones may be used for educational purposes, phones should still be banned from schools due to texting and posting, cyberbullying, and a use for non - educational purposes. As a student, I am faced with the problem, “No Cell Phones in Classrooms”. Many students like to bring their cellphones in class. The one problem however is, “What are you doing with your phone?”