I Believe Kids Oughta Stay Kids, As Long As They Can, Turn Off the Screen, Go Climb a Tree, And Take a Break From Online Learnin’…

Debate #8: Online Education is Detrimental to the Social and Academic Development of Children (Week #6: Post #2) This, or That? I’m Still Not Sure… Okay, team, I know that this probably isn’t what you want to hear about our last debate topic, but this …

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I Can Almost See It, That Dream I’m Dreaming, But, There’s a Voice Inside My Head Saying, It’s Not Your Responsibility…

Debate #7: Educators and Schools Have a Responsibility to Help Their Students Develop a Digital Footprint (Week #6: Post #1) Feeling the Calm-er Vibes To be quite honest, I quite enjoyed this debate topic. Even though people seemed to really be on one …

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Debate#6 -Cell phones should be banned in the classroom.

Nowadays, mobile phones recolonized human lives by giving a greater approach to communication as well as education. Even, students are replacing education with cellular devices, and they are using these devices inside classrooms which has both positive and negative impacts on children. this essay intends to discuss the effects of using mobile phones in the… Continue Reading Debate#6 -Cell phones should be banned in the classroom.

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If I Made You Feel Second Best, Cellphone I’m Sorry I Was Blind, You Were Always on My Mind

Debate #6: Cellphones Should Be Banned in the Classroom(Week #5: Post #2) Looking Forward to Hearing from YOU! This is an especially interesting topic to me, and I think that most people fall on one side or the other, and only a few fall right down the…

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And I’m Not Trying to Ruin Your Happiness, But Darling Don’t You Know That Social Media’s Not the Only One?

Debate #5: Social Media is Ruining Childhood(Week #5: Post #1) Feeling those Finish Line Feels Even though this debate seemed to be less heated than last week, I still felt as if people felt a strong intuition pulling or keeping them on one side of the…

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