If you get hurt or ill, you should allow the student to have his/her first caller to be a parent/guardian or someone that the students trust. When there are times that the school staff or students are in danger, one of the other students could call for an emergency. Cell phones are easy to communicate with other people like parent-to-student, student-to-parent, and student-to-student but only after and before school. When a student is absent, you could call them to know where they are if you can’t get in contact with their parents. Even when they came to school and they left in the middle of the day teachers could call them to know if they’re on campus.
Cell phone in elementary and high school by Judy Wu Should students be allowed to have cell phones in elementary and high schools? Yeah, students should be allowed to have cell phones in both elementary and high school. Having a cell phone is very convenient and useful to contact with parents or friends. For instance, when you hang out with your friends, you can ask your parents first to reassure them. I’m going to talk about my experience of getting lost, the foundations of cell phone, and the emergency call.
In today’s society everywhere we look people of all ages and genders are parading with their cell phones. Whether we are driving, walking down the isle in the grocery store, or even in class, cell phones have become a part of our everyday lives. However it is always a controversy in the classroom between teachers and students whether cell phone usage should be allowed in school. Students like me enjoy texting during their classes, but teachers however, greatly oppose to it .Some of the reasons why I believe we should be allowed to use cell phones in school is because of some of the helpful applications that can come with them such as Remind101 is a free site is created for teachers and students to seamlessly create text and/or email reminders for assignments, projects, quizzes, tests, labs, class activities and homework. Teachers create accounts, upload syllabi, and insert all class projects, activities, homework and assignments.
Are cell phones necessary in teenagers’ lives? Cell phones; a necessity in everyday life, but do teenagers really need them? Of course they do. Everywhere you go, all you see are teens with their phones, what would the world be without that? Cell phones are a necessity to teens everywhere because they allow easy communication between their friends and family, cell phones can be used to catch up on work missed in school, and finally they can be used in emergencies.
Many teenagers and pre-teens get mobile phones as early as possible, sometimes younger than the age of 12. It is encouraged socially, especially among teenagers, to have a phone, and many teenagers get phones just because of peer pressure. Mobile phones can be very useful, for communication between kids and parents (especially teenagers that can’t drive), and can be very important in emergencies. But mobile phones can also be used for less important reasons, such as excessive amounts of texting. One big issue concerning mobile phones and teenagers is the use of mobile phones in school.
People can use call or text on cell phones for communicating. All of people can with the cell phone of today. The camera is amazed because it helps people keep memories form the most of pictures. What is it important? It has many pictures their family of history.
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 first resource is the schedule, which will be very useful. We will also need a person that is in charge of organizing the schedule and arranging the carpools. Most students already have a cell phone, which will be helpful to contact their parents or the students who they will share rides with. Lastly, the parents will need a safe car with enough seats for number of passengers. Last but not least, this carpool system will produce countless advantages for our students and parents.
What Age Do You Give Your Child a Cell Phone? Giving a child a cell phone has great implications that parent’s don’t often realize. Delaying giving a cell phone for as long as you can is good path to follow and waiting until the child is at least in middle school is an even a better choice. There is the obvious consideration of cost, which really doesn’t require further discussion. More importantly, parents should consider three main factors: cell phones aren’t toys, they are a distraction, and they must be used properly.
How can we hold students accountable? Keeping Kids Safe Safety and Parents The safety of our children is a priority for many parents. One convenient way to keep in contact with one’s child is via a cell phone. Parents can call and check up on them and see if they need anything. The child can also use the cell phone in case of an emergency.