Technology in class

Everybody in today's century are way to reliant on technology. I mean even now, we have to express our opinions online just to be heard properly, when we can easily say it during class while saving electricity. Sure technology has it's good side, it's entertaining and easy to use, but the old ways of teaching a class got you to be more social and friendly towards others and made you speak up and express your opinion strongly. This way you can discuss as a class your interests and any questions you have towards the specific topic. With a book for example, it would be hard to trust anything written by a bunch of year 10 students about a book they probably haven't even read, so why would we write a study guide about it? You would have to trust everything the writter says, where as when you learn by discussing it as a class you get more active and you get more out of the experience, by learning what other people have to say. Technology can be fun but once upon a time we lived without it and the world didnt come to a halting stop. We still lived and still are only now the new generations are becoming increasingly lazy and unhealthy, which technology plays a huge part of. Maybe we should just learn in the way that students want to, because everybody has such a different opinion about it. In my opinion, technology is fun but learning things from a qualified teacher may be better than from year 10 students online.
 

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well that was a complete waste of time. i dont understand anything to do with units 1 and 2, 3 and 4.

It was so confusing none of it was explained properly except for our enter score which i still dont understand. I need more help how is half an hour enough for planning out the last 2 years of school! Its all so confusing! I have no idea even where to start!

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