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Eraser should be banned from classrooms because they are evil

Updated Sunday 6 August 2023 9:20
Eraser should be banned from classrooms because they are evil
Guy Claxton, a visiting professor at Kings College London said that Eraser should be banned from classrooms because they are evil and objects of the devil. His argument is that erasers make children become afraid of making mistakes as they try to wipe them away from teachers' eyes. This does not prepare them for the real world where errors abound. I think I see where he is coming from. Some teachers agreed with him and even noted that seeing the error from pupils and students would make them aware of the issues faced by them and provide best tool to help tackle those errors.

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