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yep no
Debate Score:11
Arguments:11
Total Votes:11
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Primary-aged students should be restricted to use electronic devices for no more than 2 ho

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yep

Side Score: 6
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no

Side Score: 5
1 point

yes it can protect the eyesight of children also they can use their time to learn social skills which is usefulllll in society

Side: yep
1 point

Health and well-being: Excessive screen time has been associated with various health issues, including sedentary behavior, obesity, and sleep disturbances. Limiting electronic device usage to 2 hours a day encourages children to engage in physical activities, interact with others, and maintain a healthy lifestyle.

Side: yep
1 point

Academic performance: Too much screen time can negatively affect a child's academic performance. Restricting electronic device usage ensures that students allocate sufficient time for studying, completing homework, and engaging in offline educational activities. This can enhance concentration, critical thinking skills, and overall academic achievement.

Side: yep
1 point

Social development: Excessive screen time may hinder a child's social development by reducing face-to-face interactions and interpersonal skills. Limiting device usage encourages children to participate in real-world social activities, fostering communication, empathy, and the development of meaningful relationships.

Side: yep
1 point

Balanced lifestyle: The resolution promotes a balanced lifestyle by encouraging primary-aged students to engage in a diverse range of activities beyond electronic devices. This includes outdoor play, hobbies, creative pursuits, and spending quality time with family and friends, which are essential for holistic development.

Side: yep
1 point

The use of electronic devices by pupils engaged in formal education should only be permitted as an approved part of the overall syllabus.

Granting students the right to use electric gadgets at will would only serve to dilute the effectiveness of the programmed aims of the education institution's curriculum, cause classroom disruption and promote opportunities for cheating.

Side: yep
1 point

Educational benefits: Electronic devices provide access to a wide range of educational resources, interactive learning apps, and online platforms that can enhance a child's educational experience. Restricting usage to 2 hours may limit their exposure to valuable educational opportunities, hindering their learning potential.

Side: no
1 point

Digital literacy: In today's digital age, proficiency in using electronic devices and digital tools is essential. Restricting device usage may hinder the development of important digital literacy skills that are increasingly relevant in academic, professional, and personal contexts.

Side: no
1 point

Parental guidance: Rather than imposing strict time limits, it is argued that parents should take an active role in managing their child's screen time. By providing guidance, setting rules, and fostering responsible device usage, parents can help children develop healthy digital habits without the need for arbitrary restrictions.

Side: no
1 point

Individual differences: Children have diverse interests and learning styles, and some may benefit from extended screen time for specific educational or creative pursuits. Imposing a uniform restriction may not account for these individual differences and may limit the potential for personalized learning experiences.

Side: no
1 point

this debate is soooooooooooooooooooooooooo goooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooood

Side: no