Design and Development of A Sitting Position Monitoring Tool Based on Wearable Devices

ID: 54467 Type: Brief Paper
  1. Min Mao, Li Ji, Weizhen Xu, and Yujiong Liang, East China Normal University, China

Thursday, March 21 4:55 PM-5:15 PM

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Sitting posture, as an important physiological indicator in the classroom that can measure students' classroom behavior, is widely used in educational research. This study combines the advantages and disadvantages of several posture monitoring methods to develop a student sitting posture monitoring tool based on wearable devices. The tool realizes the real-time collection and storage of students' sitting posture changes in the classroom and displays the sitting posture curve in real time through self-made software. The researchers focused on the changes in the sitting behavior of the students in the classroom, and the student's sitting behavior analysis report can also be obtained after processing the collected data. Through two rounds of experiments, this study obtained 11 different sitting posture pressure distribution maps. Therefore, the application of the sitting posture monitoring tool can help the teacher improve the teaching, and enriches the dimension of the student's classroom behavior data collection.


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