I mean it caused me to turn In two late papers. Anyways I say school use of cell phone in class is not good for us. I am not saying ban them completely but just not allow them in class. The first reason why cell phones should not be allowed at schools is that they cause a huge disruption in class. The most obvious is cheating during exams or other testing including access to the Internet, electronic books etc. Music, messages, phone calls, or games interfere by distracting teachers and students from classes.
Even if the sound is turned off, a phone’s vibration still distracts students. Another reason is a temptation for students to talk to friends instead of focusing on study material. The level of technology allows smartened owners to regularly check their emails and browse Internet. Testing itself, while being an extremely popular way of mobile communication among youth, becomes even more tempting when a student is listening to a lecture but has their mind wandering. One of the worst things about using cell phones at school is accessibility.
Cell phone cameras are being used more and more often to record and spread inappropriate images, such as hotplates of students in restrooms; images of the insides of students’ lockers; videos of real and staged fights between students, as well as the recordings of the humiliation of unpopular students, and so on. In addition, there were cases when cheap prepaid ‘throwaway” phones were used by students for bomb threats. At the same time, children are safer when their parents or any other guardian are in the reach of one phone call.
In my mind, school policies should allow the possession of cell phones, but not in class. Cell phones could be left in lockers, or required to remain turned off during the entirety of school class time. Though cell phones are necessary for high school students in terms of their safety, they should not be used during classes. This is proven in my several reasons, such as disrupting the educational process and facilitating students’ cheating; distracting students by the possibility to access the Internet, social media, or communicate with friends; finally, cell phones contribute to the spreading of social accessibility.