Date of publication: 2017-08-27 08:03
Don't donate an old car seat if it's older than six. And if you throw a car seat away, make sure you take it apart so someone can't find it in the trash and grab it and use it.
Cell phone are also great for academic purposes like clickers or to search up info on things, also for emergency. I get that, that is your opinion and respect it but they still have good use.
I was amazed when I visited my old school recently: having remarked how sorry I felt for teachers in the mobile era, several teachers immediately declared how useful they were in class. There's even an acronym for it: BYOD, or Bring Your Own Device. As one teacher has argued in the Guardian, this is the future: students using their trusted devices rather than a machine they leave in school at the end of each day.
The sister of a friend of mine was once actually very sick- sicker than I was- and they wouldn 8767 t let her call home. They just had her wait in the nurse 8767 s office like they did to me. She couldn 8767 t call home because they wouldn 8767 t let her. I 8767 m not sure what happened if she finished the day of school or finally got to go home, I just know that she had the flu and couldn 8767 t go home.
"We introduced a complete ban on mobile phones two years ago because of the disruption they were causing," says a spokeswoman for Cockshut Hill Technology College in Yardley, east Birmingham, "and it has improved behaviour. If pupils want to bring them in because of parents' fears for their safety getting to and from school, we provide lockers where they can be kept. But if we see them in school, we confiscate them. If they're confiscated three times, parents have to come and sign for them." The legality of similar schemes elsewhere has been challenged, but the spokeswoman insists parents and pupils have accepted the policy and that it has produced a much better learning environment.
The public has a right to know that cellphone radiation exposure can be reduced by keeping devices away from the head and body, and by using a speakerphone, wired headset, or text messaging.
Cell phone technology has advanced, now we have unlimited mobile apps that can be used for educational purposes. Students can use library mobile apps to access educational content. Parents can use mobile tracking apps to know if their children are at school or not. I also agree with the idea of using cell phones to stay organized, if you make a simple search on iTunes website, you will find many mobile apps which can help students stay organized. Then when it comes to safety, gun shoots in schools are on the rise, so, for your child to stay on a safe side, they need to have a cell phone to report any bad behaviors at school.
Numerous epidemiologic studies considered together do not conclusively show an increase in risk of brain tumors associated with cellphone use. The majority of studies show no association at all. A number of studies do suggest an increase in risk, but some of these studies depend on patients’ recall of their cellphone usage and thus are susceptible to bias.
If a risk exists at all, it is not high enough to justify a warning label for consumers. Warning labels are best reserved for risks that are both more clear-cut and larger. Perhaps use of cellphones while driving is an example.
“Ring ring.” Cell phones are an unstoppable force and they should not be used in the classroom. What can we do? Well, there are many things we can do when a cell phone is found on a student. The phone will be confiscated and a phone home will be required. The child doesn't need a cell phone, the school has one in almost every room. Cell phones even interfered with a test. One kid in Texas took a picture of a test and printed them out and sold them. says that phones can detonate real bombs. If there's anyone who can defend against that do so because I would like to see you try. Cell phones have now gone from a call home to cheating on tests too putting kids life in danger.
Earlier this year, the school drew up a "mobile device policy" in consultation with students. Mobile phones are allowed in school and used in class at the teacher's discretion, with a clear system of sanctions applied for misuse. Since the policy was introduced, only % of negative behavioural incidents have been connected with mobiles.