Protecting Your Students When Reading: Alternate Seating
Posted by Heidi Kessler
When students use…
- any book or reading device
- at a table or desk
- yet require alternate seating!
Although sitting at a desk reading textbooks, reading books, large print or braille books while using a laptop, desk top computer or an iPad should follow posture guidelines, there are times when students are unable to do so in basic classroom chairs. At these times, alternatives need to be considered that can support the student in a sitting position that follows as close to the guidelines as possible.