against students being allowed to bring mobilephones to school. Usually, a school consists of three parts namely, the Primary, Middle and Upper section. We live in the 21st century which is very much a digital age and nowadays, almost every student other than in primary section, has a mobilephone. In my...
bring mobilephones to primaryschool often debated in Malaysia. Mobilephones are becoming increasingly common in high schools, middle schools and even grade schools. Mobilephones use in school is often considered a problem by parents and teachers, prompting many schools to ban mobilephone use completely...
Mobilephones are one of the most common information access devices with almost 31% of the global population having access. This exploratory study investigated usage patterns of, and attitude about, cell phones among university students in a mature market (United States) and a rapidly growing...
Title of the Invention/Innovation
Role of MobilePhones in School Education
Atul Daulat Pawar
Bldg A/5, Flat No. 23, 6th floor, Bramha Aangan Society,
Salunke Vihar Road, Kondhwa, Pune – 411 048
Mobile No : +91 976 224 1900
Email ID: email@example.com
The Social Consequences of Phone
We are surrounded by technologies everywhere. Our transport vehicles-cars, trains, buses etc. are technologies. Our houses are created by technology. I am now overwhelmed by technologies while sitting in the middle of my little apartment: Table, chair, bed, jug, washing...
The following information is concerning the government’s involvement or lack of involvement in the issues of distracted drivers. Cell phones have been joined in the car by a variety of other potentially distracting technologies. These technologies include navigation systems, televisions...
Shakespeare’s Hamlet, aptly denotes the ethical dilemma faced by all students. The majority of students endeavor to conduct themselves in an upright manner. Yet the harsh reality is that many learning institutions, from high schools to universities, are becoming rife with academic dishonesty. The advent...
Mr. Everton Walker
In partial fulfilment of the requirement of the Bachelor’s Primary Education
Our students have changed radically. Today’s students are no longer the people our educational system was designed to teach. (Prensky,2001). Prensky further stated...
STHE EFFECTS OF CELL PHONE AND SMARTPHONE IN THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF THE SELECTED FOURTH YEAR HIGH SCHOOLSTUDENTS OF MISAMIS ORIENTAL GENERAL COMPREHENSIVE HIGH SCHOOL (MOGCHS)
JAN MICHAEL AMPER
KISTOFFER JAN LIAO
Submitted to the
DEPARTMENT OF DEVELOPMENT...
nSt. Francis School
Sta. Ana, Manila
High School Department
The Effect of Cell phone addiction on High SchoolStudents
Jasmine G. Camu
4th yr. St. Lawrence of Brindisi
Ms. Maribel Roque
Mobilephone, also known as Cell phones. A Cell phone is an electronic...
considering how to position the company’s first offering, PicDeck. Ontela’s PicDeck was a technology service that allowed wireless subscribers to seamlessly transfer pictures from their mobile devices to their computers, email inbox, and other networking devices and services (see Exhibit 1). The service...
considering how to position the company’s first offering, PicDeck. Ontela’s PicDeck was a
technology service that allowed wireless subscribers to seamlessly transfer pictures from their
mobile devices to their computers, email inbox, and other networking devices and services (see
Exhibit 1). The service...
Title: ShouldMobilePhones be allowed in School?
In this modern era in which both modernists and postmodernists lived, technology wonders beleaguer the world. As the cellular technology invades our everyday lives, one rather...
Disadvantages of Allowing Cell Phones in School
• Cellular phones are becoming increasingly common in high schools, middle schools and even grade schools. Cell phone use in school is often considered a problem by parents and teachers, prompting many schools to ban cell phone use completely. While there...
Smart phone - phone offering advanced features e.g. the ability to send emails, surf the internet.
Multifunctional- having ability to do many different things using the same devise.
Picture resolution – refers to the quality and detail that can be shown on the screen of the mobile. Higher the resolution...
By Rico Doran
In a society where almost everyone over the age of thirteen carries a mobilephone, many school systems have banned or want to ban these items from school grounds. Why? The one says it is due to the ‘potential problems’, such as texting during class and the use of social media. Others...
First, cell phones are impersonal and rather anti-social. If a kid were using their phone to text during class all the time, they would not need to be as good at actually talking to others, which would degenerate social skills, which are very important in life for jobs, creating good family relationships...
The Western Australian
Duty of care for students policy
The frequently used term for the responsibility for the safety of children at school is duty of care. (Balfour, 2001) The Western Australia Department of Education (WADE) states that department policy requires all teachers...
Motion : THIS HOUSE BELIEVES SCHOOLSSHOULD BE MOBILEPHONE-FREE ZONES
Definition : “School as a place to learn banned the students bring mobilephones to school”
Theme line 1 : “Bring mobilephone to school can support and improve learning process by the technology”
2013 Science Publications
doi:10.3844/jcssp.2013.1140.1145 Published Online 9 (9) 2013 (http://www.thescipub.com/jcs.toc)
SCHOOL INFORMATION SYSTEMS
DESIGN FOR MOBILEPHONES
Kelvinnicky Gunawan and Bens Pardamean
Department of Information Technology,
Faculty of Computer Science, Bina Nusantara...