Surveys of university students’ mobile phone use show that 82% of college students believe they have “mobile phone dependence”. College students use mobile phones for an average of 5.2 hours per day. 13% of students use mobile phones for more than 9 hours per day and 14% between 7 and 9 hours.
After 18:00 is the peak period for college students to use mobile phones. 71% of students use mobile phones between 21 o'clock and 0 o'clock, and 53% use mobile phones at 18 to 21 o'clock. According to the report, colleges and universities usually schedule fewer classes after 18 o'clock and they will play mobile phones at night, especially if they have a higher percentage of mobile phones before going to bed.
In addition, the data also shows that 79% of university students use mobile phones in class. Calculated in 45 minutes per class, students spend an average of 13.9 minutes per cell phone.
In the survey, 68% of students believe that mobile phones have “negative effects on classroom learning (distributing energy, influencing others, etc.)”. "chat, brush social media" (73%) and "entertainment (play games, seevideo, watching live, reading e-books or listening to music) (58%) is a student's regular activity in the classroom.
There are certain differences in the proportion of mobile phones used by college students of different genders in the classroom. Boys in the classroom (66%) and news (41%) are 14% higher than girls. The percentage of girls who shop in class (36%) is higher than that of boys by 16%.
According to the survey report, when some college classrooms use mobile phone storage bags to prevent mobile phones from interfering with the classroom, they cannot ignore the function of mobile phone-assisted teaching.
Survey shows that 24% of college students surveyed believe that mobile phones have "positive effects (search for information, assisted learning, etc.)" for classroom learning. Among the groups using mobile phone-assisted instruction in class, courseware or teaching material sharing (69%), teaching interaction (answering questions, voting, sweepstakes, etc.) (51%) and call signing (50%) are the most commonly used three mobile phone functions for teachers. .
The report stated that today, as the function of mobile phones has become increasingly sophisticated, it should not be simply used as a negative issue in the classroom. The mobile phone is only a tool, and whether the mobile phone plays an active role or a negative role depends mainly on the user. It is suggested that college students start from their own learning needs and health conditions, strengthen self-discipline, and reasonably use the various functions of the mobile phone.