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Debate Score:100
Arguments:32
Total Votes:134
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should computers replace teachers?

i think thay should because computers are more fun to play with.Laughing

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Side Score: 57
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No

Side Score: 43
4 points

computers should replace teachers because teachers have more knowledge than computers.Teachers tell quickly and computer's take time to tell the answers.

3 years ago | Side: yes
4 points

here are some things that a teacher can do, but computers can't. Computers can't go to a student and explain something a different way if they still don't get it. I take online courses and most people at my school do. I have talked to many and they all say they would rather have face-to-face classes. Many also say they use the book and notes when taking tests, although they're not supposed to a computer doesn't have a degree in teaching. A bunch of people would lose their jobs and they wouldn't be able to make money to support themselves and/or their family. Not only that but the education of the students would most likely go down. A computer cannot keep order in a classroom so what would keep the students behaving? A lot of people need extra help as well and a computer can't do that. A computer would not be able to answer every question that a student might ask. Some students are visual learners while some are audio and a computer wouldn't be fit.

3 years ago | Side: yes
4 points

I think with the super advanced technology of today, sooner or later computers will probably be able to replace teachers with good quality educational programs,perhaps designed by teachers.

3 years ago | Side: yes
4 points

We should replace teachers because if you type up on youtube teacher choking student the student could of had an injury an the teacher could be fine for assault also fines too. Teachers always get angry at you and computers won't this is all they would say you have been naughty (Robot Version) all im trying to say is that computers will be kind an wont tell you off compared to teachers so please vote for affiramtive

2 years ago | Side: yes
4 points

Of course, computers should replace teachers because computers are smarter, they've got calculator, maths online, etc...

Also, teachers have feelings, sometimes they're okay, but sometimes they get really angry and make your day worse with detention or something if you get something wrong on your test(etc...)

Computers just give you answer if you get it wrong, and teach you a way to solve the problem next time:D

So, I leave it you audience to choose your side, FOR COMPUTERS, or no computers replacing teachers

Thank you!

2 years ago | Side: yes
3 points

Also, teachers try to hurt you sometimes, type in youtube teachers gone mad...you'll see:D

2 years ago | Side: yes
3 points

if you go to 7your mathematics teacher and ask that what is the answer of 50 raised to 99? she will surly take time. but computers can response at this problem at a very less time.what do you say

2 years ago | Side: Yes
3 points

do you know what is the storage capacity of a computer?

16 lakh terabytes.

and that of a experienced teacher?

only 1 lakh terabytes.

the point is clear that computers can store more data than a teacher.

2 years ago | Side: Yes
3 points

tell me the opposition bench that is a teacher enough for teaching English , Hindi, maths, science and SST.but one computer is more than enough. its like a magical lamp of Aladdin.isn't it

2 years ago | Side: Yes
3 points

now with this point ,the debate is clearly over. even teachers take the help of the computers to teach us with more innovation.aren't they doing so. so it was a nice time with you all thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

2 years ago | Side: Yes
3 points

sharvneel,

how can you say that computers wast electricity?aren't teachers wasting paper in the exams??and when the teachers are giving exams to get the degrees ,if some thing is not clear,even they take the help of the computers.therefore computers aren't dump, they are batter than you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.

2 years ago | Side: Yes
3 points

Yes, computers should replace teachers. you can watch TV in the class rum. for example you Kan watch a show that you like and lorn something.

the 2 reason is they Kant see you they don't have eyes you or chewing gum in class.

2 years ago | Side: Yes
2 points

I think there are interesting possibilities that we are just beginning to scratch the surface of. The transition from (teacher guided) education to (student guided) learning is one that advanced Information technology can add momentum to or retard, depending on how it's applied.

Createdebate is on the right track so far, from what I can tell. But I wonder how the goal of getting it used in more schools is going. (I sure could contribute a thing or two to brainstorming sessions hint hint)I am pretty sure that the creators of this website would agree with me that presenting the technology as a replacement for teachers isn't the right angle.

3 years ago | Side: yes
4 points

I think there are interesting possibilities that we are just beginning to scratch the surface of. The transition from (teacher guided) education to (student guided) learning is one that advanced Information technology can add momentum to or retard, depending on how it's applied.

Create debate is on the right track so far, from what I can tell. But I wonder how the goal of getting it used in more schools is going. (I sure could contribute a thing or two to brainstorming sessions hint hint)I am pretty sure that the creators of this website would agree with me that presenting the technology as a replacement for teachers isn't the right angle.

3 years ago | Side: yes
2 points

The computers wouldn't be able to have attitude with, but still punish you. And be programed to have a degree

1 year ago | Side: Yes
2 points

frist teachers can't go to computers which is a no brainer. you turn off the volume and goto web sites more easy.

1 year ago | Side: Yes
1 point

i would like to ask the opposition bench that suppose, you are out of your country for an exam and during odd hours,you want to clarify some questions ,then from where will you get the help?i am sure you will not disturb you teacher at late night.i am sure the word ''computer'' is peeping out of your mind.

2 years ago | Side: Yes
4 points

A computer doesn't have a degree in teaching. A bunch of people would lose their jobs and they wouldnt be able to make money to support themselves and/or their family. Not only that but the education of the students would most likely go down. A computer cannot keep order in a classroom so what would keep the students behaving? A lot of people need extra help as well and a computer can't do that. A computer would not be able to answer every question that a student might ask. Some students are visual learners while some are audio and a computer wouldn't be fit.

3 years ago | Side: No
4 points

Heck no, computers are fail, first off all, they need eletricity to run on, when teachers rely on food, much better..

And also, computers dont have a teachers degree, they havent been to university, means they're pretty dumb...

Cmon guys, teachers have a real life when computers fail:S

Vote for Negative..

Thank you!

2 years ago | Side: No
khai321(1) Disputed
2 points

one day computers can become more advanced and a computer can be smarter than the both of us didn't think of that didn't you?

42 days ago | Side: Yes
4 points

-Computers can’t refer to past experiences and understand what the students are going through.

-A computer cannot keep order in a classroom so what would keep the students behaving

-Teachers cannot earn a living

-A computer would not be able to answer every question that a student might ask.

1 year ago | Side: No
hellfire(2) Disputed
2 points

1.well as u said that teachers cannot earn a living, the internet sure does need somebody to upload stuff and that's how teachers will earn. The government will pay them. They can make up their own blog and students who like her method of teaching can take daily lessons from her and then the child can take lessons whenever he wants and whatever time suitable to him or her. That makes it more comfortable for both the students and the teachers..

2.a lot of gasoline would be saved and the prices would go down. Less pollution as the cars or buses we use to go to school release a lot of harmful fumes in the air and that can be cut down by about half if we reduce school going traffic..

3. I think a computer can give countless more results than a teacher in not even a second. Even teachers today are using computers as aid to teach their students..

275 days ago | Side: Yes
3 points

NO computers should not replace teachers because teachers have the feelings,love but do the electronic machine have feelings and love ?. Don't you think that in school teachers explain us briefly and they entertain ,scold ,punish us but for what? They scold and punish for our nice future only.But in computer can you see anything liked teachers . Of course they use computers but that doesn't mean that it should be replaced with teachers .

1 year ago | Side: No
hellfire(2) Disputed
2 points

well if teachers have the feeling of love they also have the feeling of partiality among students. They discourage certain students. Also during class the students might get distracted due to reasons like what is the teacher doing, her behavior what are the other students which sometimes may become so important we forget what is going on in class.

275 days ago | Side: No
2 points

teachers play an important role in teching and educating students. They also act as parents in guiding student and advising them.I can't belive that you guys are camparing a machine with our teachers

2 years ago | Side: No
2 points

no because it looks ugly. first, it could cause damage. for example it's exspensive when it breaks. second, it's not safe. for example it can short out with a teacher in it. third, the teacher wouldn't like being a computer. for example you can get in trouble for replacing a teacher. to sum it up I don't like it

2 years ago | Side: No
2 points

the computer was also created by a teachers student. they also get diverted to games and music etc when teachers are replaced . hence computers cannot replace teachers

1 year ago | Side: No
2 points

i think it's impossible. teacher can explain the lesson but computer can't go to a student and expain something a different way if they still don't get it.

1 year ago | Side: No
2 points

I think computer should not replace teacher. As a teacher can not define by words.I know computer can do some extraordinary thing which a human being can't. But the moral values, manner, aticates that a TEACHER build in their students. No one can do,even parents . If knowledge is gold,teacher is the mine

1 year ago | Side: No
2 points

In the state of an emergency computers would not be able to act and if a virus got into the computers there would be a problem as they would all not work properly.

211 days ago | Side: No
1 point

There are some things that a teacher can do, but computers can't. Computers can't go to a student and explain something a different way if they still don't get it. I take online courses and most people at my school do. I have talked to many and they all say they would rather have face-to-face classes. Many also say they use the book and notes when taking tests, although they're not supposed to.

3 years ago | Side: No
1 point

oh yes of course, in this economy we should definately replace as many jobs as possible and then NO ONE will have work and we will BE so much better! Sarcasm

3 years ago | Side: No


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