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This thread was posted on May 15, 2016 at 1:13 AM ET by Arlene Ramos.
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I was impressed to see that when your school allowed the use of cell phones that your student work completion rate went up. Can you elaborate a little on how using cell phones help studnets complete their work?
Arlene, You might want to repost this over in the LifeSciTRC Scholars & fellows area as that is where Blackboard is directing this discussion.
Sorry for the confusion,
I agree that procedures need to be in place when using cell phones. I start the year with explainng to my students and their parents that we will use cell phones as tools. Cell phones have to be face up on their desk when using. My students like to be able to look up an answer to their questions or calcuate a problem on their phones.
I think almost all teachers of the university have observed an improved regularity of their scholars assisting each other when they are using any digital resource in school. A lot of tasks which are based on technology involves other parts, and this leads to conditions where students require asking for assistance from their educators. And the usage of these digital resources will benefit you in starting your own CV services, academic writing and other writing business.