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Go back to school in style with the Star Student Backpack sewing pattern! The Star Student Backpack features a zip closure, front pocket with zip closure, optional water bottle pocket, hang loop, padded back and straps and optional tabs to attach the Star Student Lunch Box. The finished backpack measures 16x12x5" and is roomy enough to fit a standard-size binder, pencil box, textbook and jacket.

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In the study of Puckree et al. [14], of the 39 students, 14 reported severe pain and 20 reported moderate pain whilst carrying their backpack on both shoulders. Shoulder pain was reported most commonly, with 15% of students reporting pain in this region of the body, followed by shoulder and back pain at 7%, then neck and shoulders at 5% [14]. Rodriguez-Oviedo et al. [35] analysed the influence of backpack weight on back pain and back pathologies. 61.4% of students carried school backpacks exceeding 10% of their body weight and 18.1% exceeded 15% of their body weight; 25.9% reported having back pain for more than 15 days in the previous year, and the most frequent pathology from these reports was scoliosis (70% reported) followed by lower back pain ad contractures (10% each). Students carrying backpacks weighing in the highest quartile of loads relative to body weight had a 50% higher risk of experiencing back pain for more than 15 days than those in the lowest load quartile, with girls reporting a higher risk of back pain and an increasing risk of experiencing pain with age. It should be noted that in this study, the relative quartile loads were not provided.

Eighteen of the included studies involved students utilising their own school backpacks (double/two strapped backpack) [3,4,5,6,7,8,10,11,13,14,15,18,34,35,36,37,38,39]. Puckree et al. [14] found that the manner in which a backpack is carried (for example, carried over both shoulders or over one shoulder) significantly affected the number of children who reported pain, and so this should also be considered in future research. In that study, pain also varied with duration of load carriage, another factor that should be considered in future studies on this topic [14]. Hong et al. [9] found that no significant difference between bag types in the impacts of load carriage, with one type assessed being an athletic bag and the other a backpack, but the effects of bag type should be further investigated in future research. Typically, school backpacks lack the rigid frame of an outdoor-style backpack and include only a few pockets in the front, in addition to the main storage compartment [42]. While traditionally very simple in design, school backpacks are often made with padded shoulder straps and backs as well as additional reinforcement to support the intended load [42]. To decrease injury and improve comfort, experts recommend that children use backpacks that match the size of the child [42]. This constrains the number of items that can be carried in the backpack, and, as such may not be feasible without changes to loads needing to be carried. Backpack features from most manufactures can include elements like wide, padded shoulder straps for comfort and to distribute weight across the shoulders, padded back sections for comfort and protection, and multiple compartments for distribution of load [43]. However, these features may also add weight to the backpack itself. One area that was not discussed in the literature was the use of hip belts. A review of load carriage found that the use of hip belts affected energy costs and injury risks in tactical populations [44]. As such there may be value in investigating the use of hip belts in school bag carriage. Likewise, further research into backpack design (e.g., as mentioned above: wide, padded shoulder straps for comfort, padded back sections for comfort and protection and multiple compartments for distribution of load) is needed, particularly as materials from which the backpacks are made evolve.

The Illinois General Assembly has found that a safe and civil school environment is necessary for students to learn and achieve. Bias-based behaviors, including racism and all forms of discrimination on the basis of actual or perceived membership of a protected category, are directly contrary to this and can cause physical, psychological, and emotional harm to students and interferes with their ability to learn and participate in school activities. Chicago Public Schools acknowledges its historic role in the systemic marginalization of individuals most impacted by racism, bias, and oppression. We seek to understand, disrupt, and dismantle patterns and structures of institutional bias and racism (conscious or unconscious) that create disparities or perpetuate achievement differences among students and staff. School administrators and designees should refer to the Addressing Bullying and Bias-Based Behavior Policy included in this handbook for instructions on addressing all allegations of bullying or bias-based behaviors by students. In the event that an investigation substantiates an allegation of bias-based behavior, school administrators or designees should assign relevant SCC codes, restorative interventions, applicable consequences, and seek to identify and disrupt the systems and structures in our schools that allow discrimination to occur.

Very interesting project. Tom Bihn's approach combining modular and backpack design is fascinating, but this process is something else entirely. I wish I got more industrial design at my school. Your resume on your website is really impressive, as a fellow student I would love to hear more about your education.

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Please keep in mind that the later you submit your order, the more difficult it will be for our course material provider, Barnes & Noble College, to source and secure your course materials in time for the start of the semester. Timely submission helps the bookstore determine the value of the books being used in the next semester. This will guide them as to the value of the books, and offer the students more at buy back time. Students will save money if more used books are available. If you will be teaching a course during the upcoming semester(s) and require books or supplies for your class(es), please remember to submit your order as soon as possible.

Today, tablets are used by more than half of American adults and the majority of American children between the ages of 8 and 17. As the popularity of tablets increases, many schools are debating whether to make the switch from using textbooks to using tablets in the classroom, along with introducing One-to-One programs (one device per student use) into their districts.

Every year, the number of e-book readers increases. In 2011, Amazon announced that e-books were outselling print books. In 2017, Amazon saw a download rate of more than a million e-books a day.The digital book market boom is not limited to fiction. More than a thousand publishers for grades K-12 and higher education offer digital textbooks. Publishers have quickly jumped on the bandwagon of digital books because they know many consumers enjoy the convenience of e-books, especially when it comes to large, heavy textbooks that can be burdensome to carry.For years, the U.S. Department of Education has been investigating avenues for schools to pursue learning through technology. In 2010, the National Education Technology Plan recommended leveraging students' mobile devices in the classroom, utilizing the technology that students already had.In 2013, the Federal Communications Commission launched the ConnectEd program under the direction of President Obama. This program aimed to provide schools and libraries with access to high-speed Internet for improved digital learning. Additionally, in 2015, the Every Student Succeeds Act established annual grants for schools to support digital learning. The grant money can be used to educate teachers about digital technology, to provide students in under-served communities with helpful resources, and to provide funding for projects that are taught partially in the classroom and partially online.Now that high-speed broadband connectivity access in K-12 school districts has increased significantly in recent years, up now to 99%, the debate about tablets vs. textbooks in the classroom has grown. Though many educators and administrators cite the cost as their primary reason for not including tablets in class, K-12 schools spend nearly twice as much on printed materials than digital materials per year.As technology becomes more integrated into the classroom environment, many educators believe paper textbooks will become obsolete within the next decade in favor of digital textbooks.

One of the most significant benefits and advantages of tablets in education is convenience. Rather than carrying around several heavy textbooks, students can carry all of their digital textbooks in one lightweight device.Tablets only weigh a few pounds, while print textbooks are so heavy, they can cause injuries to students. On average, students carry more than 15% of their body weight in their backpack, which can result in injuries, swelling and fatigue. Nearly 8,000 children, aged 5 to 18, had to be treated for backpack-related injuries in 2017. Increased use of tablets instead of print textbooks could help make students' backpacks lighter.Tablets can also hold a student's homework, quizzes and other files. This will help students stay organized, as they will not have to keep track of multiple papers, notebooks or folders. School districts and educators can also save money by eliminating the need for these additional classroom materials.Teachers can also easily download items from one tablet to another, making the transference of files a quick, simple task. Files and digital textbooks can be stored on a server that teachers can access from other devices.


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