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smartphone ban in schools: good or bad idea? - smart

by:ITATOUCH     2019-07-21
smartphone ban in schools: good or bad idea?  -  smart
Rob Stoke, new state education minister, ordered a review of the school's telephone use.
The comment will focus on the risks and rewards of social media, he said.
The review will ultimately decide whether to ban mobile phones in new state schools.
Finnish education expert Pasi Sahlberg also recently said he believes
Related distractions are the main reason for Australia's decline in pizza rankings.
Parents and teachers have similar concerns about cyberbullying and security, as well as the distraction of technology from their studies.
But what is the benefit of installing a cell phone in a classroom?
Such as contact with parents, obtaining lines of mental health, opportunities for learning, etc)
Greater than risk?
We asked five experts if the school should ban the use of mobile phones in the classroom.
Daniel Einstein
Clinical psychologist, honorary assistant, Department of Psychology, University of Sydney and Macquarie University, first of all, mobile phones are too easy to use and sacrifice faceto-
Face-to-face exchange
Teenagers can leave messages to avoid more challenging conversations.
Second, the release of dopamine is driven by smartphone apps and information, leading to addiction.
Third, even if it is not checked, the presence of the mobile phone alone will consume attention.
It turned out that when our phones turned upside down, our working memory capacity and fluid intelligence were reduced, keeping silence on our table compared to when we were in another room.
Finally, the launch of smartphones has led to a decline in people's ability to cope with uncertainty.
Studies have shown that discomfort with uncertainty is related to distraction and tension among students in NAPLAN and other tests.
The more uncertain young people are, the higher the number of people involved.
They reported the psychological problems they experienced.
Matthew Colney
Associate Professor of the Faculty Education Program at Sydney University of Science and Technology first of all, regardless of any ban, school students will continue to study on their own mobile phones
In their university education, study in their major and in the workplace.
Secondly, it is ideal if school students want to investigate inside and outside of the classroom, collect data, receive personalized and instant feedback, record Media, create, write or communicate with their peers, and then use a mobile app.
Also, if they want to learn at the location, time, and speed of their choice, such as on short trips, or working with friends in more informal spaces, such as at home, mobile devices are required on trains or in Facebook groups.
Researchers, technical and learning staff at the University of Western Sydney we should not ban cell phones at school because it is important to educate children to live well in the era of their growth.
A good education for today's students is to know how to use technology to learn, communicate and process ideas.
There are major studies (
Including my own.
This shows that the selective, qualitative and authorized use of technology provides students with new learning opportunities and the ability to develop the skills they need for their future careers.
Banning students from using smartphones is a 1950s response to 2018 statesof-play.
Mobile phone use is a complex social activity. taking mobile phones away is likely to cause teenagers to use them underground.
This will exacerbate the problem (
Such as cyberbullying)
The phone that banned the phone is trying to solve the problem. Damian Maher —
The University of Science and Technology's senior lecturer in education, information and communication technology use and social media offers many important features.
Digital literacy is a key aspect of youth education, and research shows that mobile phones can play a role in supporting this learning.
It is important for students to learn using these devices so that they can participate effectively in the labor force.
Mobile phones provide connections between students and parents and play an important role in ensuring their safety.
The evidence suggests that parents want access of this type.
With regard to health, research has shown that medical applications are very important to support the health of young people, such as managing diabetes and requiring access to applications during school hours.
Instead of suggesting a ban, we should discuss ways to support young people to use their mobile phones. Susan Sawyer —
Professor of Adolescent Health, University of Melbourne;
Director of the Youth Health Center, Royal Children's Hospital, University of Melbourne, now Middle school students use mobile phones in general.
In addition to 3Rs, an important aspect of middle school students' learning is the safe negotiation of an online environment.
This means that all schools need to develop policies on using mobile phones during school hours.
Given the dynamics of the mobile world, regularly engaging students and parents in reviewing and revising these policies is an important part of everyone's learning.
Telephone support hotlines have long been providing crisis support, but are more often used outside of school.
The emergence of Crisis Text messages means that teenagers can get SMS support in real time, and many people think this method is easier to get than phone support, not to mention face-to-faceto-
Even if you have received professional training in school, you must face support.
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