The tablets and laptop computers are increasingly provided to the students by schools instead of books and other paper-based materials like exams and assignments.

The tablets and laptop computers are increasingly provided to the students by schools instead of books and other paper-based materials like exams and assignments. The benefits of this development are the students become experts in technology from childhood and get freedom from the heavy school bag. However, the downsides are it can adversely affect children’s vision and they can be distracted from their studies as well.
First and foremost, the developing technology at schools help the children to be familiar with gadgets at their young age. It helps them to be expert in this field and to do their school works and research information on internet promptly. Another benefit of this trend is that the students can carry laptops easily instead of bringing lots of books for different subjects to school. For example, as per the survey of ‘Times of India’ severe backpain and posture issues are caused to the children due to the heavy school bags. So, the use of laptop at school will help them to get rid of heavy books.
On the other hand, if the students start to use gargets at school, it will directly affect their eyesight. In fact, optical and eye lenses are always needed by them to get clear vision in future. Besides, the use of electronic devices at school distract the students focus on studies. For, example, if they use internet to get information about a particular topic, it may lead them to unwanted websites. Sometimes while teacher is taking the classes, the children can play video games or use social media without teacher’s knowledge.
To conclude, replacing traditional learning materials like books with electronic devices such as tablets and laptops are given by schools can make lots of positive impacts to the children like they are being more specialist in the technology at the small age and ease of carrying laptop instead of heavy books. Whereas it also has pitfalls like affect children’s vision and disorientation in studies as well.
The tablets and laptop computers are
increasingly
provided to the
students
by schools instead of books and other paper-based materials like exams and assignments. The benefits of this development are the
students
become experts in technology from childhood and
get
freedom from the heavy school bag.
However
, the downsides are it can
adversely
affect children’s
vision and
they can
be distracted
from their studies
as well
.

First
and foremost, the developing technology at schools help the children to be familiar with gadgets at their young age. It helps them to be expert in this field and to do their school works and research information on internet
promptly
. Another benefit of this trend is that the
students
can carry laptops
easily
instead of bringing lots of books for
different
subjects to school.
For example
, as per the survey of ‘Times of India’ severe
backpain
and posture issues
are caused
to the children due to the heavy school bags.
So
, the
use
of laptop at school will help them to
get
rid of heavy books.

On the other hand
, if the
students
start
to
use
gargets
at school, it will
directly
affect their eyesight. In fact, optical and eye lenses are always needed by them to
get
clear
vision
in future
.
Besides
, the
use
of electronic devices at school distract the
students
focus on studies. For, example, if they
use
internet to
get
information about a particular topic, it may lead them to unwanted websites.
Sometimes
while teacher is taking the classes, the children can play video games or
use
social media without teacher’s knowledge.

To conclude
, replacing traditional learning materials like books with electronic devices such as tablets and laptops are
given
by schools can
make
lots of
positive
impacts to the children like they are being more specialist in the technology at the
small
age and
ease
of carrying laptop instead of heavy books. Whereas it
also
has pitfalls like affect children’s vision and disorientation in studies
as well
.

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