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  • Yes, but only if used responsibly.

    Phones can be used to facilitate learning, if used correctly and responsibly. Our maths teacher introduced us to an app for revision and learning, for instance. And a friend of mine regularly used his phone as a calculator. Of course, regulations and restrictions would need to be put in place, or we'll have that one kid at the back that randomly starts blasting Megalovania out at max volume, disrupting the entire class. It WILL happen. Trust me on that one.

  • Filter on iPads

    Kids in elementary school and middle school have iPads these won’t let you on any inappropriate site. But these won’t let you on any type of YouTube. Now what if the teacher says the video won’t be allowed on Schoology. What will kids do if it is a crucial video that will help them.

  • Yes, but must be managed

    Cellphones are useful like its a multi-tool and a mobile computer that can be fitted in your very pockets. But it must be managed like it can only be used in class if it is related to the lesson being discussed in front by the teacher. Limitations must also be implemented like playing games should be prohibited.

  • Should have your phones at school

    It is useful sometimes for you if you are working on something like a school work it can help you on something but if your techer need you to work on some thing and there are not enough computers for everyone so that all I have byeeeeeeeeeeee 😝 😎 🤓

  • Phones In School And Class roomes

    Phones should be alawed in class and recess. Kids can contact there parents when they forgot something important or if there parents want to now how are they doing in class and what they want there teachers to now. Princeabols or teachers can call there student if they are absint and explane why are they late or why are the absint.

  • Phones In School And Class roomes

    Phones should be alawed in class and recess. Kids can contact there parents when they forgot something important or if there parents want to now how are they doing in class and what they want there teachers to now. Princeabols or teachers can call there student if they are absint and explane why are they late or why are the absint.

  • In all reality, they should be allowed.

    At least half of my classes have had the students use their phones to do class activities such as Kahoot, Quizlet, and other websites. If the students didn't bring their phones, the teachers couldn't do what they wanted to with that days class time. I am aware that some students do not care about their education, yes, but phones could be used as class tools.

  • Not useful in class

    All the people i see in class are all on there phone texting or playing a game instead of doing class work, LIKE THEY ARE SUPPOSE TO BE DOING.

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  • It should no

    Many years ago a student was unable to access the phone. That proves student could do the schoolwork without phones, so nowadays there is no study design for phones. So why today student has the phone, not like their parent was to be. So try to not allowed to keep tradition

  • Not useful in class

    All the people i see in class are all on there phone texting or playing a game instead of doing class work, LIKE THEY ARE SUPPOSE TO BE DOING.

    No no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no

  • No, because it is distracting

    Who would want to have to deal with a low life teenage girl distracting multiple students with a cell phone that is blazing loud with K-pop music? Nobody and that is why cell phones should not be allowed in school classrooms in any school in the United States of America.


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