Quotes on mobile phones in schools
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Thanks for these quotes — it's just what I needed to process the amazing potential of mLearning. Definitely something to spread around. Great stuff. Barish Golland. Good stuff. Hi Amit, many thanks for the mention and for putting this great list together.
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Below you will find our collection of inspirational, wise, and humorous old cell phone quotes, cell phone sayings, and cell phone proverbs, collected over the years from a variety of sources. Cell phones are so convenient that they're an inconvenience. Haruki Murakami. Technology offers us a unique opportunity, though rarely welcome, to practice patience. Allan Lokos. A smartphone is an addictive device which traps a soul into a lifeless planet full of lives.
T he New South Wales education minister has ordered a review into mobile phone use in schools. Rob Stokes said the review would look at the risks and rewards of social media and would ultimately decide whether to ban them in NSW schools. A Finnish education expert, Pasi Sahlberg, also recently said he believed mobile phone-related distraction was a main reason for Australia sliding down in Pisa rankings. Parents and teachers have similar concerns about cyberbullying and safety, as well as technology distracting from schoolwork. But do the benefits of having phones in classrooms — such as contact with parents, access to mental health text lines, and learning opportunities — outweigh the risks? First, mobile phones are too easily used at the expense of face-to-face communication.
In addition to my academic work and other writing, I teach children in the afternoon. And I let them use their cell phones during class. You may also want to start with a summary. It seems to me that the three questions to ask regarding any policy are:. Just to be clear, what I let my students do is use their phones for anything except actually talking: text messaging, Facebook, Internet, etc.