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The number of smartphone users in Indonesia. Source: www.statista.com/statistics/266729/smartphone-users-in-indonesia/ 

The number of smartphone users in Indonesia. Source: www.statista.com/statistics/266729/smartphone-users-in-indonesia/ 

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p> The goal of this research is to investigate schools’ policy of using a mobile phone at schools from the perspective of secondary school students in Indonesia. It happens to be a long debate involving educators in Indonesia on whether or not the use of smartphone can be allowed in schools. So far, all we hear is the perspectives of teachers and...

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... you feel distracted to check your social media during the class when the smartphone is allowed to use? Responses Figure 5: The data on whether or not the use of smartphone is a distraction classroom could interfere with their learning concentration in the classroom. Figure 11 shows the complete data about this. The data in the figure above also shows that only 10.48% of respondents disagree and only 3.23% of respondents strongly disagree that the use of smartphones in the classroom can disrupt their learning concentration. ...
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... you feel distracted to check your social media during the class when the smartphone is allowed to use? Responses Figure 5: The data on whether or not the use of smartphone is a distraction classroom could interfere with their learning concentration in the classroom. Figure 11 shows the complete data about this. The data in the figure above also shows that only 10.48% of respondents disagree and only 3.23% of respondents strongly disagree that the use of smartphones in the classroom can disrupt their learning ...

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