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Technology At Schools, Should we have laptops and stuff....
Should we have have all the lastest tech at school ?
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post Feb 19 2010, 06:11 PM
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It's better if all campus are WiFi zone. Just bring your laptop and you can surf Internet where ever you go! XD
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post Mar 9 2010, 05:23 AM
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Technology is a real godsend for schools and colleges in my opinion. Just think at how much time a student or a teacher can save with a simple click.

The problem, however, occurs when people overuse technology. For example I was really shocked when I heard that some kids have never really learnt to write due the fact that they've always worked with computers at school. Use something with consciousness is one thing, being completely dependent is another.
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post Apr 19 2010, 10:28 AM
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I think the very point of technology is to make our lives easier and as such it would really be nice to have the best technology in school.
The only argument I could think of is that some students might be too dependent to the point that they slack off but then again it's up to the student i my opinion if he/she wants to use the technology he/she has for the best/worst.


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