Game Over Why students should stop playing on their phones during class

Many students at Liberty University play games on their phones rather than pay attention to their professors during class. This can create major problems for them later on

Students who do not pay attention during class may suffer a failing grade as well as a general feeling of negativity in the classroom.

Students who disrespect their educators by playing games on their phones also begin to form negative relationships with their GSAs and professors.
In order to stop this misbehavior, students should be reminded that a future boss may not be as graceful. They should also be reminded that as a follower of Christ they should do all things for the Lord.
Students must remember in the end that to stay focused is to become sucessful

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