Glued to smartphones

Postbox letter from Ben

Thailand should address this problem ASAP or they will live in a future where kids don't really care anymore about anything but their phones.


Mobile phones in class? No way!

Postbox letter from Neil

Distractions can be a nightmare for a teacher (and foreign teachers in Thailand have to put up with a lot of interruptions, from Thai teachers etc). Interruptions must be kept to a minimum, wherever possible if one wishes to improve learning.


Phones in the classroom - a teacher's curse?

Should teachers tolerate telephones in the classroom?

Telephones have become an integral part of modern life, to the extent that they are an intrusion and compromise the long-term goals for our classrooms. I present the following arguments to support my position.


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