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March 06, 2018, 01:45:56 PM
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The idea of hitting it big on while in high school is too tempting for most teenagers who are into cryptocurrency right now. Sadly, some of them end up dropping out of schools. Can’t blame them. Even adults want to quit their job and focus entirely on bitcoins.

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March 06, 2018, 01:55:56 PM
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If too much addiction or too much time investing and doing bitcoin, it really affects student's performance in school. But we cannot blame them especially when they earned a lot because of bitcoin.

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March 06, 2018, 02:02:30 PM
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As far as I can observe being a teacher, I am definitely happy that my students are involve in cryptocurrencies and they earn for themselves and help their families. But, their school perfomance is getting worse. Please give your thoughts how will you help students to earn and at the same time it won't affect their school works?
I think different students are different. Some students know that bitcoin can make money, and they spend a lot of time on it, which will affect their learning. Some students can keep a balance between learning and bitcoin, and bitcoin won't have a big impact on his learning.
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March 06, 2018, 02:07:25 PM
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As far as I can observe being a teacher, I am definitely happy that my students are involve in cryptocurrencies and they earn for themselves and help their families. But, their school perfomance is getting worse. Please give your thoughts how will you help students to earn and at the same time it won't affect their school works?

Teach them what to prioritize first. Tell them the importance of have quality education above all else before cryptocurrency. Teach your students that they have to participate in class and absorb information. Tell them to prioritize education above all else.

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March 06, 2018, 02:13:08 PM
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As a student also, I don't see any effects of bitcoin to my academic performance. I think the reason why it don't have effect is I know my responsibilities and priorities as student and bitcoin comes next. If we have so many things to do, like research papers, assignments, business plans, and something like that, I always do it first. I manage my time efficiently. No wasting time. Of course there are sacrifices to be given. Because of all this, I can't do the things I want like watching anime, and playing online games. But, that's to be expected. You can't expect to have all while giving nothing. Right?

It depends also on how the student manage his/her time in crypto currency and the school. Maybe he/she make a time management so that they are not conflicting there schedule on it.
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March 06, 2018, 02:14:42 PM
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it often happens on people around me. when students can earn money by themselves especially in bitcoin, they will more focus on make more money. on the other hand, they will ignore their school. and it affects bad performance in school.
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March 06, 2018, 02:18:56 PM
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I think it is good for students now. Students can earn extra income to help their families. But I think students should not spend too much time on bitcoin. can start slowly. Need to adjust learning time and work with appropriate bitcoin to ensure that learning is not distracted

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March 06, 2018, 02:21:07 PM
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As far as I can observe being a teacher, I am definitely happy that my students are involve in cryptocurrencies and they earn for themselves and help their families. But, their school perfomance is getting worse. Please give your thoughts how will you help students to earn and at the same time it won't affect their school works?
There is good potential if it really does it, I would agree if they go into the crypto world just to save or invest. If they follow some bounty programs then learning activities will be disrupted, because their task is only to learn for their future.
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March 06, 2018, 02:23:30 PM
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It only depends on each individuals if some teens can make lot of money or they are born richer then most of them will not concentrate on their studies,so we can't do anything about it they have to realoze that money is not the only thing enough to live in this world.

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March 06, 2018, 02:25:13 PM
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It is already been accepted that students are already been involved in bitcoin, it helps them in their finances. If it does affects there school performance, i guess they need to re-evaluate their purpose or goals in life
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March 06, 2018, 02:29:39 PM
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I think we cant blame those students to be more focus in learning cryptocurrencies than learning basic subjects. They earn from and maybe some of them uses it for tuition fees. Especially to those students who really needs money not just for theirselves but also for their family. I think you should limit them to use it while in your classroom or let them realize that they are keeping their minds in cryptos to have money for their schooling but in the end their hardwork will end up to nothing. Please tell them that it is not permanent job, do it to their extra time.

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March 06, 2018, 03:04:42 PM
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As far as I can observe being a teacher, I am definitely happy that my students are involve in cryptocurrencies and they earn for themselves and help their families. But, their school perfomance is getting worse. Please give your thoughts how will you help students to earn and at the same time it won't affect their school works?
There is good potential if it really does it, I would agree if they go into the crypto world just to save or invest. If they follow some bounty programs then learning activities will be disrupted, because their task is only to learn for their future.
Better pupils focus on learning, never bothered with anything else including bitcoin and bounty, most importantly they understand with bitcoin without being directly involved, if they are mature then they can immediately start investing or bitcoin hunting.


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March 06, 2018, 03:12:26 PM
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As far as I can observe being a teacher, I am definitely happy that my students are involve in cryptocurrencies and they earn for themselves and help their families. But, their school perfomance is getting worse. Please give your thoughts how will you help students to earn and at the same time it won't affect their school works?
It depends on the students. Some students know the currency trading can be a lot of wealth, they would not be willing to learn and spend a lot of time on the currency, so their learning will be affected by a lot of. Some students have a good balance between the two, and their learning is almost unaffected.
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March 06, 2018, 03:16:08 PM
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I think,if we teach bitcoin to teenager or to those who are in studying i think we need to guide them because they will focus on it if they know that they will earn more bitcoin when they more focus on it. Its better to gave them a time for studying and time for it also if they really need to earn bitcoin.
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March 06, 2018, 03:18:23 PM
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As far as I can observe being a teacher, I am definitely happy that my students are involve in cryptocurrencies and they earn for themselves and help their families. But, their school perfomance is getting worse. Please give your thoughts how will you help students to earn and at the same time it won't affect their school works?

I think it depends on each and every student on how they can handle the situation since it is different for each person on how they do bitcoin. Some really goes into it and forget all the responsibility and some are just good in time management.

I agree with you.Its very nice to hear hat in a very young age they already know how to help there families.But their is always disanvantage sad but its true.Maybe we can teach them how to manage time for bitcoin and school.But they must choose to fucus school first before bitcoin.Maybe they can work there bitcoin in non school days.
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March 06, 2018, 03:19:44 PM
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France government banned mobile phones in schools.
I think it's a right step for educational system, because you should respect environment where you're, but nowadays schools should become more modern to keep pupils motivated.  
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March 06, 2018, 03:20:32 PM
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Well cryptocurrencies play a large role on personal finances, so this does carry a good snowball effect on students' performance.
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March 06, 2018, 03:20:52 PM
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As far as I can observe being a teacher, I am definitely happy that my students are involve in cryptocurrencies and they earn for themselves and help their families. But, their school perfomance is getting worse. Please give your thoughts how will you help students to earn and at the same time it won't affect their school works?

I think it depends on each and every student on how they can handle the situation since it is different for each person on how they do bitcoin. Some really goes into it and forget all the responsibility and some are just good in time management.

I agree with you.Its very nice to hear hat in a very young age they already know how to help there families.But their is always disanvantage sad but its true.Maybe we can teach them how to manage time for bitcoin and school.But they must choose to fucus school first before bitcoin.Maybe they can work there bitcoin in non school days.
Bitcoin will really affect the students performance in school because you need to exert a lot of effort and time working on bitcoin to earn a decent amount of it. Sometimes, you will sleep late because of working on bitcoin. Since you are already a teacher, my advice for you is to teach them how to manage their time.
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March 07, 2018, 08:49:35 PM
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Everything depends on responsibility and goals. If this is a student, then the road is open, and you can earn and receive education ... But a schoolboy is another matter! These are children who they can not independently take on this responsibility for themselves, learn and work (even if they do not spend a lot of time). I remember myself at school age, it was very easy for me to distract me from my studies, and now I regret this.
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March 07, 2018, 09:18:42 PM
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As far as I can observe being a teacher, I am definitely happy that my students are involve in cryptocurrencies and they earn for themselves and help their families. But, their school perfomance is getting worse. Please give your thoughts how will you help students to earn and at the same time it won't affect their school works?

I think the situation is beyond help since you can't really force them to change their priorities. They give importance to bitcoin as much as you do because it's a good way to earn cash. As students, they definitely enjoy even the slightest hint of financial freedom especially if the project campaign is a huge success. It's really up to them to balance their study and bitcoin. The best you can do is to give advice on how to manage their time well.
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