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The Negative Impact of Social Media on Education
Transcript of The Negative Impact of Social Media on Education
People have become more conceited and arrogant with the prolonged use of social media sites. What others think is more important than being yourself.
There is a connection between excessive Internet use and depression, drug abuse, isolation, and suicide. #foreveralone Social media is a distraction to most kids.
People who attempt to multitask have reduced academic performance.
Facebook and Twitter users have lower GPAs. Students are also getting lazier with their spelling and grammar. Thanks to the red squiggly line, we know when something isn't right and accept the first suggestion. Wait, what? Social media overall has effected education negatively.
Students are less focused and easily distracted from the addiction of social media. Social media is causing students to have personality disorders. Instead of focusing on their studies, kids are more focused on socializing and looking good on the internet. What's the point? Social Media's Impact on Education Social media such as Facebook and Twitter has become a huge part of teenagers' lives. We're constantly updating, uploading, and checking our notifications. This is bad for education because students spend more time on social networks and are less focused on their classes.
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