What do u think its freedom of speech, I'm a kid and all social media at school is blocked so I came to this website to get ideas on why we should because I want to persuade my school staff to agree on unblocking. Well in the end they did and they wouldn't have if I didn't use ur ideas on this website which is also technically social media.
In schools social media is very distracting for kids. They mainly focus and share about it distracting others. They sometimes use it to distract others. Youtube makes kids distracted and then they cant take things seriously. So that is why i think social media is bad for schools and kids.
Social media sites are so dangerous! Children are being found by pedophiles and setting are common and these things are being normalized so kids developing brains are being marred by their peers on social media in ways that are extremely damaging. Even parents who don't allow cell phones, have no control because schools do and they don't even block Facebook, snap chat, kick etc. all of which pornography can be accessed.
I thinks schools should not block social networking sites because the would violate one of our basic freedoms of expression. I also think that these social networking sites provide an avenue for students to express their feelings whether good or bad. Not being able to vent can lead to behavioral issue or increased stress.
Yes, schools should block social networking sites at school, because they are not helpful to the learning process. There is nothing that a child can learn while social networking at school that they cannot learn in a classroom. But social networking can cause a lot of destruction during the day, such as hurt feelings and bullying. Schools are better off without social media.
I believe schools should block social networking sites on all of their computers, for the students and the staff. School is a place to learn and the computers should be used for writing papers and doing research. There is not a good reason anyone at the school should be accessing social media, during class time.
Although there are a few benefits to having social networking sites allowed at school, there are far more detrimental factors. Mainly, social networking sties can be very distracting to students, they allow students to bully during the school day, and they can also be used for meet ups. Social networking sites have their place, but the school is not one of them.
Personally, I am a student. My school has blocked Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and many other sites. I understand why they blocked those sites because they're usually not educational and generally distracting. I don't think that YouTube should be blocked but my school did block it. Some teachers need that website to look up videos for a lesson. My science teacher does the "reverse classroom" thing where she records herself explaining the notes but she can no longer do that. School systems shouldn't have to block any social media websites because if teachers actually monitored their kids, this wouldn't be an issue. All they have to do is take away the kids' phones and Internet privileges when they see students using these sites.
Students sshould have the freedom to go on whatever social networking site they want because its their education most parents take control of kids by telling them no social media sites but to be honest yeah they are adults and they made the same mistakes we are gonna make too you cant keep taking control of our lives yes im a kid but im fifteen and we have every right to go on social medias if we want tom we ashould be able to
I don't think they should because if the kids don't pay attention that is their own fault, not the teachers. It's basically the students only way to talk to other people while they are in school, so during study hall, or lunch they should be able to do what they want.
Many workplaces will not block them and having them unblocked with help students learn good time management skills. If students don't learn the appropriate time to use social media they won't know in the work world. Schools try to each student the right time to do things on the internet but no one wants to sit through a long talk where they tell you things you already know and no one listens to any way
E.g. gmail, Google+, and maybe even Pinterest . Not just those, Instagram, twitter and Facebook could roll the grease with relationships with peers and classmates. So social media CANNOT be blocked, unless the student uses it in a bad way. And another reason, some parents won't let their children have phones so they need to check their social media at school because, its very seldom to bring a laptop or desktop to school.
Twitter, IG , Facebook, etc there are reasons good and bad that websites like those Should be blocked but, when students use there phones it's usually during lunch or when the next period bell rings. So teaches could just simply tell the student ok put there phone away and that issue of (distraction) is over. But YouTube why ?It benefit positive about education because they could look up " how to" videos on a certain topic on school too help them out.In other words it's also a bad thing
Schools should not block a student's access to social networking site. Children are going to be allowed to get on these sites from home anyway so it would not do any benefit to block them from it at school. I think it should be left up to the teachers and parents of the students.
Sometimes, social networking sites are the only way for students to communicate in case of an emergency. A quick tweet to a parent can alert them to trouble such as school shootings, a fire or a medical emergency. If a school starts blocking social networking websites, what sites are to be blocked next? Social networks can be used as learning tools as well throughout the school day.
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