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  • They are a power tool when researching and for emergencies. Absolutely yes

    Phones are the perfect tool for a school we are in the 21 century and i dont think that many students would like to open a dictionary and keep turning pages until you found what you want. In just a matter of seconds you have acces to definitions similies antonyms and phones are especially helpful when you have to complete an assignment and researching on your phone would be a perfect way.Remember the shootout at columbine high school, well the first phone call made to the police was made by a student with his personal phone, imagine how may more fatalities there could have been if he could notuse his phone. Lastly, i think that phones should be allowed in classrooms but only if used responsibly effectively.

  • They are a power tool when researching and for emergencies. Absolutely yes

    Phones are the perfect tool for a school we are in the 21 century and i dont think that many students would like to open a dictionary and keep turning pages until you found what you want. In just a matter of seconds you have acces to definitions similies antonyms and phones are especially helpful when you have to complete an assignment and researching on your phone would be a perfect way.Remember the shootout at columbine high school, well the first phone call made to the police was made by a student with his personal phone, imagine how may more fatalities there could have been if he could notuse his phone. Lastly, i think that phones should be allowed in classrooms but only if used responsibly effectively.

  • They are a power tool when researching and for emergencies. Absolutely yes

    Phones are the perfect tool for a school we are in the 21 century and i dont think that many students would like to open a dictionary and keep turning pages until you found what you want. In just a matter of seconds you have acces to definitions similies antonyms and phones are especially helpful when you have to complete an assignment and researching on your phone would be a perfect way.Remember the shootout at columbine high school, well the first phone call made to the police was made by a student with his personal phone, imagine how may more fatalities there could have been if he could notuse his phone. Lastly, i think that phones should be allowed in classrooms but only if used responsibly effectively.

  • They are a power tool when researching and for emergencies. Absolutely yes

    Phones are the perfect tool for a school we are in the 21 century and i dont think that many students would like to open a dictionary and keep turning pages until you found what you want. In just a matter of seconds you have acces to definitions similies antonyms and phones are especially helpful when you have to complete an assignment and researching on your phone would be a perfect way.Remember the shootout at columbine high school, well the first phone call made to the police was made by a student with his personal phone, imagine how may more fatalities there could have been if he could notuse his phone. Lastly, i think that phones should be allowed in classrooms but only if used responsibly effectively.

  • They are a power tool when researching and for emergencies. Absolutely yes

    Phones are the perfect tool for a school we are in the 21 century and i dont think that many students would like to open a dictionary and keep turning pages until you found what you want. In just a matter of seconds you have acces to definitions similies antonyms and phones are especially helpful when you have to complete an assignment and researching on your phone would be a perfect way.Remember the shootout at columbine high school, well the first phone call made to the police was made by a student with his personal phone, imagine how may more fatalities there could have been if he could notuse his phone. Lastly, i think that phones should be allowed in classrooms but only if used responsibly effectively.

  • They are a power tool when researching and for emergencies. Absolutely yes

    Phones are the perfect tool for a school we are in the 21 century and i dont think that many students would like to open a dictionary and keep turning pages until you found what you want. In just a matter of seconds you have acces to definitions similies antonyms and phones are especially helpful when you have to complete an assignment and researching on your phone would be a perfect way.Remember the shootout at columbine high school, well the first phone call made to the police was made by a student with his personal phone, imagine how may more fatalities there could have been if he could notuse his phone. Lastly, i think that phones should be allowed in classrooms but only if used responsibly effectively.

  • They are a power tool when researching and for emergencies. Absolutely yes

    Phones are the perfect tool for a school we are in the 21 century and i dont think that many students would like to open a dictionary and keep turning pages until you found what you want. In just a matter of seconds you have acces to definitions similies antonyms and phones are especially helpful when you have to complete an assignment and researching on your phone would be a perfect way.Remember the shootout at columbine high school, well the first phone call made to the police was made by a student with his personal phone, imagine how may more fatalities there could have been if he could notuse his phone. Lastly, i think that phones should be allowed in classrooms but only if used responsibly effectively.

  • They are a power tool when researching and for emergencies. Absolutely yes

    Phones are the perfect tool for a school we are in the 21 century and i dont think that many students would like to open a dictionary and keep turning pages until you found what you want. In just a matter of seconds you have acces to definitions similies antonyms and phones are especially helpful when you have to complete an assignment and researching on your phone would be a perfect way.Remember the shootout at columbine high school, well the first phone call made to the police was made by a student with his personal phone, imagine how may more fatalities there could have been if he could notuse his phone. Lastly, i think that phones should be allowed in classrooms but only if used responsibly effectively.

  • They are a power tool when researching and for emergencies. Absolutely yes

    Phones are the perfect tool for a school we are in the 21 century and i dont think that many students would like to open a dictionary and keep turning pages until you found what you want. In just a matter of seconds you have acces to definitions similies antonyms and phones are especially helpful when you have to complete an assignment and researching on your phone would be a perfect way.Remember the shootout at columbine high school, well the first phone call made to the police was made by a student with his personal phone, imagine how may more fatalities there could have been if he could notuse his phone. Lastly, i think that phones should be allowed in classrooms but only if used responsibly effectively.

  • Phones are good for students.

    Phones are very useful when used responsibly though there are those who use phones to goof off and bully people through various websites.
    And
    just saying if you want to keep phones in your class why not show that your using it responsibly so they don't ban or take them away.

  • Phones are DISTRACTING!!!!

    First of all, a lot of parents SHOULD know that cell phones are a distraction and it disconnects children from the real world. Everything isn't always about a cell phone. Kids should hang out with friends and play outside instead of playing video games. Also they might cheat on tests.

  • Phones in school will become distracting

    I honestly don't know why teachers and parents are considering cell phones in class. I'm sure everyone on this site has seen in real life or tv/ media life get in trouble. I don't know the exact numbers, but a large percentage of that is kids 13-17, the exact age range of increasing phone possession. Anyone who's gone to school ( which I hope is everyone) has seen kids not paying attention or slacking off. This often results in bad grades and parent-teacher-principal meetings. Do you really think the amount of this will not increase or decrease when one of the most distracting modern objects is introduced into the classroom? Please. If you said yes I'm severely disappointed in you. Here are some reasons why it would be truly moronic to allow cellphones and kids in the same room together while students are focusing.

    #1 phones have web browsers and wifi access this makes it easy for students to cheat.

    #2. Students wil constantly check their phones for messages and calls, and will probably skip out on class to answer a call. This will cut learning time in half.

    I could go on. And on but you get my point and if you don't, use your phone for something useful and do some research on my side of the story.

  • A cellphone in class would be a disturbance.

    Having cell phones in class leads to students not paying attention or cheating on an assignment.A student could easily be cyber-bullying another student in class. Someone could be looking up non-school appropriate things.And the teachers wouldn't even know. Because a teacher only has two eyeballs so he/she can't watch all the students at the same time.

  • No, They Shouldn't

    I do not believe students should use cell phones in class. Generally when a young person is using a cell phone they are utilizing social media or instant messaging. These platforms don't belong in the class room. If a student wanted to use a phone to record a lecture or keep track of homework, that is fine, but they must remain responsible with their use within the classroom setting.

  • No,students should not use cell phones in class.

    No,students should not use cell phones in class.Students need a learning environment with as few distractions as possible and cell phones do not help this goal at all.Between games,calls and texting cell phones are nothing but one big distraction and it is better to just ban them from classrooms all together.

  • No they are bad for classrooms

    Students should not be allowed to use cell phones in class. They do not serve a good purpose and will only take away from attention span. I think students should be allowed to have their cell phones with them but not be able to use them while they are in class.

  • Students should not use cell phones in class.

    Students should not be distracted with cell phones in class. Today, cell phones can be used for chatting, playing games, and surfing the Internet. This kind of distraction is inappropriate for kids in the classroom. Kids should instead focus on their teacher and their lesson instead of playing on a cell phone.

  • Students Shouldn't Use Cell Phones in Class

    Students in middle school and high school shouldn't use their cell phones in class for any reason. At this age, students need to be engaging with each other during class to reap the rewards of education. Putting cell phones into the mix makes education take a back seat and misguided social interaction take the forefront.

  • Hold the Phone

    Students have a responsibility to listen to their teachers and focus on their education when they are in class. They should not be playing on their cell phones or using other electronic equipment. Cell phones and messages can wait until class is over. They need to show respect and listen.

  • Not at all

    I do not think that students should use cell phones in class at all. I don't think that students should have cell phones in school at all. Cell phones are a distraction to all who have them. Not too long ago, people did not have cell phones and things were just fine.


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