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  • AHEEEEEEEEEEEH HEAH RGY

    Sometimes i feel like a pigeon becasue i am fat and you are fat and you suck because fones are stupid liek you we dont ned fones fones are for losars if they ned internet too live why would people ned fones? They are distracting to there freinds when they are being rude

  • In school yes but not in class....

    As long as it is not distracting to the student or other students then it should be allowed in school... What about during lunch when they want to take pictures with friends to capture there high school experience? What about to call there parents after school for a ride? So what i am trying to say is during class no but in school when they are not in class then sure let them have there phone...

  • Yes they should

    Let's say you messed up really badly in a test or with your bff and you're on the verge of tears. The best way is to talk about it right? And the person you want to tell is your mom/dad/sibling. Phones should be allowed so students can contact them when they really need it!

  • Students connected with family and friends; they are learning resource; they encourage responsible use of technology

    A student can call home and ask a family
    member to bring them a forgotten assignment or lunch money or to
    come pick them up if they are sick. Also, cell phones allow parents to
    keep track of their children’s whereabouts before, during, and after
    school. And, of course, there’s always the possibility of a student
    needing to contact a parent because of a dangerous situation. Thus,
    having a cell phone is like having a guardian angel. Students can also
    connect with friends, but not just because it’s a fun thing to do; my
    teacher asks us to text or email our friends when they are absent to
    let them know what’s going on in class and to inform them of any
    homework. When used responsibly, a cell phone can be an excellent
    communication tool.
    Cell phones – especially smart phones - are a fabulous
    learning resource. Students can use tools such as the calculator, the
    map finder, and the calendar. I’ve used my cell phone in Math and
    Geography and to keep track of my homework. My science teacher lets
    us use our smart phones to do research when we are doing group work
    or working on a project. For example, when we were studying ecology
    we did research on local jobs having to do with protecting the
    environment. Plus there are lots of great learning websites – including
    essay-writing websites – we can use to supplement the learning in class.
    Cell phones are a quick and easy way to incorporate technology in the
    classroom.
    Cell phones encourage the responsible use of technology.
    Students can learn when and how to use their cell phones to enhance
    their learning. They will become more independent in their work and
    more motivated to learn. Students like being allowed to make choices,
    and they understand consequences. If a student is texting when
    he/she should be paying attention to the teacher, the teacher should
    take the cell phone temporarily away. No big deal. Before a test, all cell
    phones should be placed on the teacher’s desk. Again, no big deal. By
    allowing the use of cell phones, students will feel like they are being
    treated like responsible young adults, and they will appreciate that. If
    teachers are patient, understanding, and consistent, students will
    surely become responsible users of technology.

  • Students connected with family and friends; they are learning resource; they encourage responsible use of technology

    A student can call home and ask a family
    member to bring them a forgotten assignment or lunch money or to
    come pick them up if they are sick. Also, cell phones allow parents to
    keep track of their children’s whereabouts before, during, and after
    school. And, of course, there’s always the possibility of a student
    needing to contact a parent because of a dangerous situation. Thus,
    having a cell phone is like having a guardian angel. Students can also
    connect with friends, but not just because it’s a fun thing to do; my
    teacher asks us to text or email our friends when they are absent to
    let them know what’s going on in class and to inform them of any
    homework. When used responsibly, a cell phone can be an excellent
    communication tool.
    Cell phones – especially smart phones - are a fabulous
    learning resource. Students can use tools such as the calculator, the
    map finder, and the calendar. I’ve used my cell phone in Math and
    Geography and to keep track of my homework. My science teacher lets
    us use our smart phones to do research when we are doing group work
    or working on a project. For example, when we were studying ecology
    we did research on local jobs having to do with protecting the
    environment. Plus there are lots of great learning websites – including
    essay-writing websites – we can use to supplement the learning in class.
    Cell phones are a quick and easy way to incorporate technology in the
    classroom.
    Cell phones encourage the responsible use of technology.
    Students can learn when and how to use their cell phones to enhance
    their learning. They will become more independent in their work and
    more motivated to learn. Students like being allowed to make choices,
    and they understand consequences. If a student is texting when
    he/she should be paying attention to the teacher, the teacher should
    take the cell phone temporarily away. No big deal. Before a test, all cell
    phones should be placed on the teacher’s desk. Again, no big deal. By
    allowing the use of cell phones, students will feel like they are being
    treated like responsible young adults, and they will appreciate that. If
    teachers are patient, understanding, and consistent, students will
    surely become responsible users of technology.

  • Yes phones should be allowed in school

    Because what if there is an emergency at home and a parent needs to call their child. And at my school certain numbers we cant call. Some cellphones have different area codes than where they live. We cant do anything about it because I just got my number changed from a 404 to a 608 and I had my phone for a year now.

  • Yes they should

    Cellphones should be used in school for educational purposes! Some teachers have their student s us e google docs or google classroom or do fun activity but if as student miss uses it then they shouldn't be able to use them in class! Plus bill rates will go down! Therefore smartphones should be used in schools!

  • Cause it's awesome

    Smart phones it has right in the name "smart" : p.Smart phones are cool so that means they should be allowed in school. Meow meow meow mewo meow meow meow meow moew meow....MEOW! A b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y and z now i know my a b c

  • Of course they are needed!

    They can be used for additional research, calculators when needed (but no cheating in tests) and reading digital books. Also contacting parents in emergencies. So I think they should be allowed in school - also a great source of entertainment at break / lunch times when children can get bored!

  • Yes it is required

    When a student is in trouble that is not problem shared with teacher so they can connect with anybody if he or she take some break so it is good in lunch
    We have to support them to learn by smartphones Herby we have to ask teacher for smartphone placed in school..

  • Students don't stay focus

    Students are constantly on their phones engaged in social and 9 out of 10 they are just playing and taking selfies. If a teacher allows students to use their phones for research; they usually end up back on social media. This generation is addicted. You see it everywhere. People can't even work without checking their phones. Its sickening!

  • Smart phones should be allowed in schools

    Smart phones should be allowed in schools because it plays a vital role in society. If there is ever an emergency the kids need to be able to contact their parents immediately. If the school were to have a lockdown how would the kids contact their parents to come get them. When most people here smartphone the first thing that comes to mind is fancy gizmos and games. It would be better if the school provided a phone without any games, or fancy gizmos for emergencies. This is what I believe about smart phones.

  • No need of mobile phones

    In school their is no need of mobile phones because students are under the supervision of teachers and guards if there is any emergency they can use school office phone. So can be mishap pen with them. If they use in classroom they are just wasting time and parents money.....

  • It could be used inappropriately.

    Students should not be allowed to be used in school because they could be taking photos of other students without their permission. They might have taken an embarrassing photo of another student without them knowing and could post it on social media or use the photo to threaten the student to do stuff they might not want to do.

  • Only a distraction.

    We are paying $600 billion for a students education... They need to respect that and stay focused... If they leave school without having had learned a thing, they have wasted all that effort put into their education... When they go to school, learning should be it. You do not need to be playing Angry Birds on your smart phone or texting your 'bff.'

    If you need some high class technology for your lesson, the school will provide it for you.

  • Students connected with family and friends; they are learning resource; they encourage responsible use of technology

    A student can call home and ask a family
    member to bring them a forgotten assignment or lunch money or to
    come pick them up if they are sick. Also, cell phones allow parents to
    keep track of their children’s whereabouts before, during, and after
    school. And, of course, there’s always the possibility of a student
    needing to contact a parent because of a dangerous situation. Thus,
    having a cell phone is like having a guardian angel. Students can also
    connect with friends, but not just because it’s a fun thing to do; my
    teacher asks us to text or email our friends when they are absent to
    let them know what’s going on in class and to inform them of any
    homework. When used responsibly, a cell phone can be an excellent
    communication tool.
    Cell phones – especially smart phones - are a fabulous
    learning resource. Students can use tools such as the calculator, the
    map finder, and the calendar. I’ve used my cell phone in Math and
    Geography and to keep track of my homework. My science teacher lets
    us use our smart phones to do research when we are doing group work
    or working on a project. For example, when we were studying ecology
    we did research on local jobs having to do with protecting the
    environment. Plus there are lots of great learning websites – including
    essay-writing websites – we can use to supplement the learning in class.
    Cell phones are a quick and easy way to incorporate technology in the
    classroom.
    Cell phones encourage the responsible use of technology.
    Students can learn when and how to use their cell phones to enhance
    their learning. They will become more independent in their work and
    more motivated to learn. Students like being allowed to make choices,
    and they understand consequences. If a student is texting when
    he/she should be paying attention to the teacher, the teacher should
    take the cell phone temporarily away. No big deal. Before a test, all cell
    phones should be placed on the teacher’s desk. Again, no big deal. By
    allowing the use of cell phones, students will feel like they are being
    treated like responsible young adults, and they will appreciate that. If
    teachers are patient, understanding, and consistent, students will
    surely become responsible users of technology.

  • Theft may occur in school

    Theft may occur when students bring phones to school because the other students may get jealous so they might steal it. Because of that the school have to waste time finding who is the culprit and also it is a loss to those who lost their phone. So it is good not to waste time and just don`t bring phone to school.


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