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Transcript of Argumentative Writing
Should RSMS allow students to use their own mobile technology in class?
Students should be permitted to use their own mobile technology in class.
Schools are preparing kids for adult life
and part of that is keeping up with all the
new updates in technology.
It is shown that companies look for well
educated people with
experience, who know the updated information in technology.
According to a survey on debate.org it is important to let students use their own devices in the future because technology is just going to become even more advanced.
Bringing cell phones or other mobile devices to class can help save money, thus creating funds to be used in areas of weaknesses in the school system.
According to Oak Hills district using a cell phone policy has helped them spend less money on devices.
Scholastic, known for its books said that E-books an app on mobile devices includes textbooks and all kinds of things to read which can help schools from buying textbooks each year.
Using mobile technology has also shown an increase in test scores.
A professor of Teaching and Learning at the University of Central Arkansas says that a recent study reported at Mashable showed a 30% increase in test scores.
A survey of Pearson Foundation says that more than six in ten college's senior students agree that mobile devices help them study easier and help them perform better in class.
A negative effect of using mobile technology is that it can cause distractions for students in class.
Next time you're using your mobile device think about what a great tool it will be for learning.
A survey by teachers show that over 70% think that students' devices have a detrimental effect on their attention span in class.