Language clocks are being replaced in more and more schools because students can not read the time on them
A UK teacher organization proposes replacing school clocks. This is because students do not know how to "read" the time displayed by these devices, and this could be an additional stress factor during exams.
Today's children and adolescents are accustomed to numerical bookmarks. That's because they are used by phones, laptops and tablets
Clocks showing time via languages are replaced in classes with patterns that display hours and minutes in numbers. Teachers say that even middle-aged and high school students do not have a better time reading the language clocks.
According to a pediatrician, it is increasingly difficult for today's children to use other analog instruments such as pens and pens.