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School schools allow mobile devices to be used as educational devices?

  • Yes they should

    Because phones charge faster if you rap it in in foil and plug it in for 10 second an you are at 83% while cromebooks take like 3 or 4 hours long to get up to full charge and plus you have accses to anything anytime it takes 0.12 to search macys on a phone and takes 0.81 seconds to search macys on a chromebook

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  • They can contact parents and teachers

    They can contact their parents in case of an emergency. They can ask teachers questions they have on class. They can tell their parents what is going on in school. They can tell them about afterschool activities or change in plans for school departure or clubs. SCHOOLS SHOULD HAVE PHONES

  • Yes they should

    Schools should allow cellphones and personal devices for educational reasons. I for one say yes. I mean how am I going to play Injustice during class or watch a movie with subtitles. I mean like someone lend me 50,000 war credits to buy the starter pack. I mean like come on people!!!!

  • Technology Rules All

    We kids of this generation believe that a phone is always needed at all times. To where as on the other hand our parents don't believe that we need one. To be completely honest its not like we have to have it but it is helpful, we just like to say we need it. It is helpful. And I don't really know where I am going with this I just wanted to debate a topic.

  • Schools should allow mobile devices to be used as educational devices

    In my school, we're allowed to use our mobile devices for projects, assignments, etc. when the teacher gives permission, and as long as it is used for educational purposes. Otherwise, it's taken away. Many times being able to use mobile devices has helped out with projects at parts where myself and others became stuck.

  • A lot of students are responsible

    Enough to handle using devices in the classroom. For those ratchets who arent capable of even being left alone in a room should not be allowed to touch a device. So that being i guess only responsible students should be allowed to use a mobile device in class. So Yes

  • Instead of students using phones behind a teachers back why not let them use them for education purposes?

    If a student can stop paying attention to use their cell phones then why not let them use the cell phone for an education reason. It will get the child or student to pay attention because using a cell phone is something that most students do everyday so if they were able to use them in school it will interest them more then using a pencil and paper or a outdated old book.

  • Instead of students using phones behind a teachers back why not let them use them for education purposes?

    If a student can stop paying attention to use their cell phones then why not let them use the cell phone for an education reason. It will get the child or student to pay attention because using a cell phone is something that most students do everyday so if they were able to use them in school it will interest them more then using a pencil and paper or a outdated old book.

  • Yes that would be cool

    I need to use my phone. Teachers complain we don't have calculators, why don't we just use our phone calculators? It doesn't really seem so fair. Also teachers use phones, why cant we? They get to use iPads or laptops, even the latest net books & we don't get to use much apart from the old computers. I say students should be allowed to use devices!!!!

  • Mobiles and personal devices should be banned to allow in schools

    Allowing to use mobiles or other devices may corrupt the children
    as now-a-days children are using mobiles for more than 7 hours a day which is not good for health children are getting pains in eyes and also getting less grades than those children who are less user or not using mobile devices

  • No neverrrrrrrrrrrrrrr in my or your life

    When pupils use the electrical devices to learn,answers are feed to them and they may not even know how or why that answer was given.The Internet may know EVERYTHING but teacher won't but it is wayyyyyyyy better than being feed knowledge that u don't even understand.
    Secondly,the devices would be a distraction to the pupils and they would not be able to EVEN listen to teachers.So what is it for anyway???

  • This should not be allowed.

    People are easily distracted nowadays and will take advantage to a situation. Kids are more mischievous than ever, thus preventive measures must be taken place. Kids are also not so independent and do not know how to self regulate, like what to do to ensure it is the right thing.

  • We are too Immature

    As a teen in today's world, I believe that we are too immature too use mobile devices responsibly. Yes, some of us are, but that is a small minority. Many of us won't stop using it in class, and they last thing those kids need is another opportunity to get distracted.

  • No they should not

    Students are clever. They are not idiots. They know that when they are given any opportunity to do something, they will use it to their advantage.

    I myself am a student. I am clever like that. If my teacher says that I could use my phone as a calculator or a dictionary, I would probably abuse the power and go on Instagram or Twitter.

    There are other students who are worse than me. They will do worse.

    So schools, don't make the mistake of allowing phones to be used during school hours, the students WILL abuse it.

  • Phones should not be allowed in class.

    Kids these days are too easily distracted by Twitter, Facebook, and other media. This takes away from their learning experience in a class, plus it aggravates the teacher in the class. This also could distract other kids from their work as well as themselves. Technology should only be used at appropriate times, and in a classroom is rarely appropriate.

  • They should not

    Kids well just be playing on them in stead if using them for school. I speak from personal experience. If students need a calculater they should just buy one or ask their teacher. Students already goof off on the phones and electrancis already they don"t need a reason to do that.

  • They most certainly shouldnt

    Though the opposite side may argue that the cell phones are need to provide safety to the student body, the fact is that in case of any type of emergency, the school has document to all the students contacts listed to them. including parents/gaurdians and other valid contacts that perhaps not even the student will have. also students argue that they need their cell phones as calculators and web use. this also isn't a necessary use of phones since they can use computers before school, and can borrow a calculator from the school which is known to have all the needed functions. now the cell phones are also miss used considering the fact that the students lack attention to the assignment at hand, and instead text other friends at school. distracting them, and the other individual. they also use their phones to cheat on tests and quiz's. cell phones should never be allowed at school for the students.

  • I do not believe that schools should allow mobile devices to be used as educational devices, since they can also be used as a distraction.

    I believe that allowing mobile devices to be used in school is just succumbing to pressure from the students themselves. Since mobile devices are primarily used for socializing and entertainment, I think trying to integrate them into educational lessons would only be opening a Pandora's Box. More children would be distracted, rather than assisted, by the use of these devices.

    Posted by: ToughEfrain26

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