Tuesday, 7 June 2011

What teachers can learn from cinemas

This is what a Texas cinema did with a complaint from a woman kicked out for persistently texting during a film.

At the university, I used to make a fuss when students did this. Now it's rife and I've given up. Reckon I should boot people out for disrupting other people's learning? After all, a lecture's far more important than a movie.


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ed said...

I'd like to apply this 'text and you're outahere' rule to the first six rows of concerts, sexual intercourse, library counters, and public urinals. Though that last one could get messy.