Sit properly!

sittingImage:  Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety

I love occupational therapists. They say it so clearly. We are spending a lot of our day sitting with devices or walking along with our heads tilted down looking at devices. Not good. Change! The Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety spells it out simply and well. The explanations are effective and that is what is important. I have actually seen students move their iPads under their desks and then rest their forehead on the desk to work with the iPad in their hands. They are always surprised when I ask them to please sit up and put the iPad at an angle on the desk. I am thinking they may just need different places to rest their iPad so that standing desks, small  desktop spaces and regular desks should all be part of a classroom. I got this information via The Ergonomic Times. We are using devices all the time now. We need to look after our bodies and  posture.


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