Should Cell Phones Be Allowed In Schools

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In high school education, you can introduce students to the use of technology, even if the school does not have an educational computer lab, or many technologies within its assets available. The cell phone can be an ally in the classroom.
Currently in high schools, there are many doubts regarding cell phone use in the classrooms, we can say that educators prefer that their students do not take them to school because they can cause distractions or be misused. But in reality the use of this mobile device can improve the process of teaching and learning. It’s known to students that with this tool they can leverage for a more meaningful learning, where collaborative group participation is encouraged and where teachers could have the space to also learn from their students.
Before entering school some students are immersed in a technological world that as they grow, more and more are introduced to social networking, messaging, creative and dynamic spaces with possibilities virtually endless. It can be said that a high percentage of children and young people have access to a smart phone, which leads to
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The monotony in schools evidences the difficulty of generating changes in the school grounds. Difficulty does not mean impossibility but warns that changes must be accompanied with a range of conditions to this context, of the institutions and the individuals. If we oppose the use of cell phones and deny their existence, it would be a serious mistake because the students of this generation were born in an era of technology where everything they do goes through a computerized screen. Schools should take advantage of this benefit from the application of cell phones as a tool in the classroom to looking for strategies that help develop student learning and finally, where they could combine and intertwine the traditional courtly education with

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