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Mobile phones should not be banned in school   Mobile phones should not be banned in school
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Description:
A newspaper article that argues the case for more use to be made of mobile phones in the classroom. While they are banned by most schools, this shows the positive side of the argument. 
Group Affiliation:
Pupil/Student, Teaching, Adult and Life Long Learners 
Subject/Category:
Pupil/Student - General, Teaching - General, Adult and Life Long Learners - General, Art & Design, Business Studies, Citizenship, Com. Languages, D&T, Dance, Drama, English, Geography, History, ICT, Latin , Mathematics, MFL, Music, PE, PSHE, Physics, RE, Science, Pupils' Health and Well-being, Other Subjects, 21C Learning, Teaching and Learning  
Age Relevance:
Adult and LLL, Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4, Post 16, SEN 
Copyright Holder:
The Guardian 
Originator:
The Guardian 
Guardian Article    
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