Mohammad Choudhary Period: 4 FLHS Should Cell Phones Be Allowed In School? Who doesn’t have a cellphone these days? The amazing thing about cell phones is that they are no longer just used for calling or texting. They have become an indispensable multi-tool wonder. Today’s cell phone is cutting edge technology at your fingerprints.
They will not have to run to get one. The administrator will show up faster and end the fight. Cell phones will provide a safer environment on campus for students and faculty. Students should also be allowed to use their mobile phones in class because they can serve as 'learning aids', a study claims today. During a nine-month experiment involving classes aged 14 to 16, pupils either used their own mobiles in lessons or the new generation of Smartphone' which allow internet connection.
Or maybe there parents can not afford to make brekfast. Berekfast clubs are i palce to make sure everychild has there brekfast and is ready for the day ahead. 2.2 When a chld or young person has fallen ill or is injured the best thing to do is tell someone who is around to get a senior member of staff or the first aider if they know who it is. Alsways stay with the child until someone is there. Write a accident report and also give the child a note that they can give to there parents.
It is commonly believed that baby boomers are very slow in the use of technology such as smart phones, social media and tablets; however the emergence of computers started with their generation. Specifically, baby boomers use the applications on smart phones for various activities and it serves as a source of companionship and social networking by keeping in touch with friends and family, and they also have a lot of disposable income that they are willing to spend on products and services that will bring them joy for the rest of their life’s. I therefore recommend our company focus more on aggressively campaigning towards the baby boomer demography by educating them and letting them know about the advantages of the use of smart phones. Baby Boomer’s Use of Smart Phone Applications Although young people between the ages of 18 and 35 are the people who own the largest number of smart phones, recent data has shown a shift in this trend and the need for smart phones for the baby boomers over the ages of 55 is rapidly growing. While some people may think that wireless connectivity and texting are not in the baby boomers DNA, now a days they are turning more and more to smart phones mainly because it’s becoming something that is being used around them- their physicians and care teams use tablets and smart phones as well as their kids.
Jessica C December 1st, 2013 ENG 511 Professor So Revised Paper 3 Texting Should Be Allowed in Classrooms In today's society, text messaging is extremely popular for all different age groups. A unique way of text messaging on a phone is that the text message can be quickly transmitted to another person without taking up a large amount of time. Text messaging is also private. People will not be able to eavesdrop on the conversation. However, text messaging has been a major problem with students texting in class interfering with the disruption of their learning.
The article was published in 2010, by this year; most of Rosenberg’s audience uses cellphones. Using “Everyone Speaks Text Message” as the title, Rosenberg can makes more connection with her audience, and also explains why this article was effective and convincible by publish in 2010. In this article, Rosenberg explains the history of N’Ko, and researching the technology will do for the heritage languages like N’KO. She was trying to persuade her audience that technology is not the enemy, but also helps to save those ancient languages. Rosenberg’s purpose is to show her audience that modern technology could help to per save heritage languages.
Kim Cory is a child-minder who lives in Finedon; she is OFSTED registered, CRB checked, she owns her own car, has an NNEB in childcare, first aid trained, full driving license and does school pick-ups. A child minder supports children and their families by offering their services. This helps parents who work as Kim will pick up children from school; as some parents do irregular shifts which could result in them not being able to pick up or take their child to school. Also, as most parents work during school breaks/holidays; they can’t always take children to the park or out on day trips; Kim enjoys taking children out for some fun but
We set up phone calls with the organization as well as other organizations such as Special Olympics and Keshet. Special Olympics is the world’s largest sports organization for children and adults with disabilities. Keshet is a nonprofit organization that serves individuals with special needs. We would have these organizations come to our school on the day of the event to help provide further knowledge to the students who weren’t involved with Special Education program at our high school. We contacted an interviewer who we had spoke to over the phone.
We have to act fast and get these laws in place so that our children will not ruin their lives becoming sex offenders. Parents need to educate, and discuss sexting with their children and pay attention to what is going on. Parents need to pay attention to what their children are doing on their cell phones. While the internet has parental controls on which websites the children may go to, cell phones do not have that ability. Do not feel like it is an invasion of privacy to look at your kid’s text messages.
Taking only a few seconds to call in case of an emergency, or minutes to email your professor before a deadline half way around the world, this technology is widely depended on. This leads to the question of whether or not the use of cellphones in school benefits or ruptures the students’ education? Cellphones are becoming more and more complex throughout time, containing features that can be used as a learning tool, or simply for entertainment. As stated by Walker (2002), “We may soon be seeing students using their cellphones to search the web during exams”. “Having a browser in the cellphone puts a dictionary, thesaurus, and encyclopedia into the hands of every student” (Pensky 2004, p4).