IMPACT OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON ADOLESCENTS LEARNING IN DISTRICT QUETTA
In recent years, the usage of social media has been drastically increased, particularly among teenagers and students in upper secondary schools. Nevertheless, the majority are well aware of general use about the purpose, how help learning process and even the authentication of the knowledge is verified. The study examines how social media impact on various stages of teen age learning in district Quetta, Baluchistan. A quantitative research design was used with the sample of 200 adolescents 1 stages through questionnaire tool, the study looks at how people use social networking sites in general, how they learn, and how much time they spend on them. A descriptive analysis and a multiple liner regression were used to investigate the data. According to the findings of the study, the majority of stage one adolescents use social media for learning objectives, whereas stage three adolescents use it mostly for general purposes. This study is significant to help educational Leadership, Parents, administrators and teachers and parents to accept that, how the social media is helpful in learning process. The research also offers suggestions for making social media use more effective and helpful for teenage learning.