Tap Tap, Tap. Students are constantly using cellphones in class when they should be paying attention to important materials in class. Some schools have banned cell phones. Some schools are taking advantage of cell phones and trying to them to open new possibilities for new learning experience. A cell phone is a piece of technology that can have a positive and negative effect. For example you can use it find out what you need to study. It depends on the user. Cell phones can also be used to cheat and then you wouldn’t be learning anything, except how to cheat. Do you really think that we should allow these with children that don’t know how to use them correctly? I wouldn’t. Although cell phones can open new opportunities to learning, we can not assume that students will use them for academic reasons. Therefore, cell phones are not the best thing to have in school, they shouldn't be allowed in school to ensure a good environment for the future generations of mankind. The negative effects from cell phones can distract kids from the subject they are learning in school, reduce the amount of respect students show teachers, and make schools less empathetic. The only thing that schools will get from allowing cellphones in class is nothing but trouble.
Should students be able to use cell phones during class periods? This is a question a lot of students and parents have asked themselves. The invention of cell phones started a debate for many schools. Many schools accept the use of cell phones but experience a lot of frustration over them. There are many reasons for and against the use of cell phones in schools. People who support cell phone use in schools are usually teenagers. People who disagree with cell phone use in schools are usually teachers or parents, who think cell phones are a distraction. A lot of students see cell phones as a useful device but many see them as a distraction during class. Throughout this essay you'll read about the pros and cons regarding cell phones
Molly Krumholz & Alex Teran CMN 112 Team Persuasive Speech Preparation Outline Cellphone Use within Schools Specific Purpose: To persuade my audience why cell phones should not be banned in schools.
Should There Be Stricter Rules About How Coaches Treat Their Players? I believe that their should stricter rules on how coaches treat their players. There have been many issues on how coaches treat their players like when coaches yell at their players they may cuss at them instead of explaining to them. When coaches need to talk to one of their players they yank them and pull them and that isn’t really needed.
It seems as of today in our education students are being taught skills and subjects that will unlikely help them in life and are lacking actual life and survival skills. While school is in fact a place to learn new things and pepare students for the future they often go untaught the skill sets needed in life.In fact as I have witnessed plenty of individuals, mostly students who have graduated out of high school into college have struggled without the support of their guardian in the basic skill sets such as cooking,money managing, and even in conversational situations. Therefore I believe that the education system should expose students to strategies and skill sets that will not only better them financially within the 21st century but that are necessary for them to learn to be as successful as possible.
College College is the start of a new life, when people live on their own, mature, and take on new responsibilities. I have decided that I am going to college. College is very difficult to get into nowadays so I’m going to make sure that I take challenging courses in high school and participate in local youth leadership organizations. Determination, hard work and good study habits throughout high school will help me earn good grades and reach my goal of attending college. Finally, I would like to balance my academics and youth organization participation with sports activities.
When I was little, I dreamed about going to college somewhere warm where I could escape the snow. As I became older I realized that the dream I had as a kid was fading. At the beginning of the school year, the thought of going out of state was unimaginable. The only place that came to mind when I heard the word “college” was the University of Iowa. Shortly after the end of football season, my high school football coach, Coach Krusey would call me and a few of my teammates down to the conference room where coaches from various schools, sat down and talked to us about playing at the next level and furthering our education at their school. When other coaches also came to the school to speak to us, they opened my eyes to different options, soon
I believe that school should be more flexible, and lenient. Most of the times people end up failing classes, because of the lack of attention span, and the restlessness of the body. Most adolescent kids like to play outside and are full of nervous energy. If we are allowed more time outside, or more time during the passing periods we are easily able to understand what we are given. Many schools utilize this knowledge in elementary school while giving a lot of recess times to the young kids. While core classes are heading towards the end of the day kids grades get worse, by not being able to focus on their work. Most of the time kids have to brood about extracurricular activities, and all the work is getting piled upon us.
Goals The first goal I chose, was to focus on student following through with a direction and maintaining appropriate behaviors during transition. When given the direction to transition, the student engages in inappropriate behaviors to gain attention and is in need of heavy prompting and redirections. The paraprofessional is currently providing support by prompting the student multiple times during transitional periods in order for the student to stay on task and not be disrupt his classmates. This can lead to five minutes or more of para support to keep the student on task. The student seeks out attention from both adults and peers even when he is prompted on what his expectations are. I want to minimize the prompting that is in place
I run out on errands on a daily basis, and frequently I encounter a parent with kid following behind like a zombie, holding a phone. I assure that everyone has seen the rowdy child at the grocery store performing the tantrum of their life, until of course the parent hands
Cell Phones: Are They A Distraction or An Enhancement? How important are cell phones? Technology and cell phones play an influential and prominent role in the daily lives of many people, especially students. Technology behind cellular devices has advanced to where it can be used to navigate GPS, send emails, watch movies, record events, and much more. However, schools have restricted the usage of cellphones despite its universal range of technological potential. While administrators ponder upon the negative aspects of cell phones, such as the distractions it can cause with social media, the positive aspects of its educational value still outweigh the negatives. Recently, some schools are starting to lift the ban on cell phones, and this is
Cell phones The next topic of discussion is cell phones in classrooms. The article being summarized is entitled The Only Thing We Have to Fear is…120 Characters. In this article, Kevin Thomas and Christy McGee (2012) make arguments for the use of cellphones in classrooms in spite of the fact that 69% have banned them. This paper responds to the many reasons for disallowing their use, and then it goes on to highlight some ideas about why cell phones should be used as educational tools. Both sides of the discussion certainly make valid points.
Cell Phones: A Tool in the Classroom In today’s society, smart phones are a part of a student’s average, everyday life. No matter what people are doing, they find time to look at their phone and make a call, read a text, check e-mails, or search something on Google. Even though