Transcript: Use symbols Balance A C A WHAT IS BALANCE? http://facebook.com/prezibase N L B E Add your own texts Change font & color of text Add images and videos Rearrange, delete or add more slides Create your own slide path Zoom anywhere Replace background image Delete animations Prezi template something used to produce equilibrium; counterpoise. a state of equilibrium or equipoise; equal distribution of weight, amount. mental steadiness or emotional stability; habit of calm behavior, judgment, etc. to arrange, adjust, or proportion the parts of symmetrically.
Transcript: M I N D F U L N E S S I N T H E W O R K P L A C E Practice Pediatric Balance Scale The Pediatric Balance Scale is a modified version of the Berg Balance Scale that is used to assess functional balance skills in school-aged children. The scale consists of 14 items that are scored from 0 points (lowest function) to 4 points (highest function) with a maximum score of 56 points. Intended Population Intended Population The Pediatric Balance Scale is intended for use with school-aged children with mild to moderate motor impairments. Pilot testing was performed on children aged 5 to 15 years. Intended Population 1. Sitting to standing Item Descriptions Item Descriptions 2. Standing to sitting Perspective Be Present Intention The Mind Wanders Focus Prioritize Eliminate Distractions Growth Practice daily
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Transcript: Objective/Subjective Scale when the weight of one or more things is distributed evenly or proportionately in space Visual Balance Balance & Scale Rhythm & Repetition Scale balance of power sense of balance balance parts of our lives Human Condition Jackson Pollock
Transcript: On each side of the balance scale is the arm and how the arms work is if you put a pebble on the right side and a big heavy rock and the rock will go down. The pebble will go up. 1 0 8 7 The Beam 2 Conclusion Introduction 6 c Parts Did you ever wanted to balance some thing? Now you can with the amazing balance scale. http://www.mathsisfun.com/ The beam is in the middle of the object. How it Works = 5 The Arms 4 Sources - + A balance scale is a object that you can weigh stuff with. 9 3 How to use The Amazing Balance Scale By: Hailey Chance
Transcript: WHAT IS BALANCE BERG BALANCE SCALE Reliability extremely high -ICC 3, 1=0.850 - BY: JAILENE SALINAS Pediatric Balance Scale is Subject Test - 55-41 points = independent 40-21= assistance needed (device or therapist) 20 or below= wheelchair needed STATIC PEDIATRIC BALANCE SCALE Part I- https://flipagram.com/f/t1ISU3Vaf3 Part II- https://flipagram.com/f/t1LytrAlXK -ability to move or remain in one position without falling BALANCE PILOT 2 4-15 years of age 20 children 12 boys 8 girls mild to moderate impairments all receive PT at the time 2 sessions 2 weeks apart PEDIATRIC BALANCE SCALE IMPORTANCE PBS Validity & Reliability -14 items test -Ages 4-15 -15 minutes long -scored 1-4 -Max 56 -In New York City -15 American Children -Age: 4-15 years old -Mild to moderate impairments -Items rearranged in functional sequence -Time reduced -Instructions modified Reliability high -ICC 3,1=0.997 -sequence from easiest to hardest -tested 3 times -timed -score 1-4 (1 min --> 4 max) -max score: 56 -51-47 w fall Hx= fall risk -45 or less high fall risk -42-41 w no fall Hx=fall risk -40 100% fall risk Creation of the PBS POINT DEDUCTION IF -time is not met -supervision is required -therapist gives assistance -subject touches external support SUBJECT SCORE: PILOT 1 5-7 years of age 40 children developing typically 2 sessions 2 weeks apart no significant difference -measure balance -originally used to measure balance of elderly -Now used to measure adults too -Not appropriate for use on children -complex -too long modification of the Berg Balance Scale -All of the items are functional abilities that a child should be able to do PBS INSTRUCTIONS: -Verbalize instructions to child -Demonstrate task -Child chooses what leg they want to use -children must be independent in their home, school, and community -important to be aware of the problem early on Kisner, C. Colby, A. (2012). Theraputic exercise (6th edition). F.A. Davis Company. DYNAMIC QUESTIONS 53 References BERG BALANCE SCALE PBS CHART
Transcript: This is the story of this person balancing their academic work and personal interests in their new computer Introduction One day, like many other days, this person begins their morning by opening their devices. Despite their reluctance and laziness to get themselves ready, this person has the energy in their fingers to unlock their screen and slide their fingers across the screen, their eyes reflecting a scrolling screen. However, that laziness loosens their grip, smacked flat on their face, and waking them fully as an alarm clock to get up and start their first day of the semester. Student This person is going to be a graduating senior whose main focus is to complete their capstone project. Little did they know the start of their research will be overwhelming. ACT 1 Act 1 While listening in zoom class for the capstone, I follow along the instructor's directions to using specific databases according to my theme or topic. However, my instructor's choice of web browser is different from mine, therefore, the layout and search results are formatted differently. The instructor's choice of web browser is Google Chrome whereas my web browser for my HP laptop is Microsoft Edge. His web search offers an option to pull up "scholarly articles," which then his results pop up differently. ACT 2 Act 2 I was already falling behind his instructions, and at this point, I stopped moving and listening. As someone who was used to using Google Chrome on their smartphone, getting the results I wanted was simple but difficult to navigate on a very small device. While I stared at the same screen I left off, I noticed a color that stands out.... This unfamiliar feature appeals to me. As it says, "open links in new tab," and with just one click, it takes me to the site on a new tab! Unlike this browser, most browsers have users right-click to open a small menu of options including "open in a new tab." ACT 3 Act 3 Surprised by this action, I continued to explore by clicking all the links randomly, which then, with only a matter of 1 second of clicking, it brings me to those websites in new tabs. Google Chrome Microsoft Edge vs Realizing that only Microsoft Edge has this feature makes navigating on this web browser easier. Of course, I wasn't just randomly clicking links. I selectively chose relevant sites for my topic before a pile of tabs cluttered up would make it hard to read the titles on the window's tabs. No toggle button Gamer After exploring the new web browser, their zoom class was already over before they knew it. This person decides to spend another hour or two to get accustomed to the new web browser. Later, they will start their second half of the day of leisure through their computer. However, the conflict arises when they realize they need balance their work and leisure. ACT 1 Act 1 Zoom class was over, and as I was glad to find some sources to start out with, I'm more excited to finally have leisure time for the rest of the day. I immediately got onto a game in my smartphone and open up a few socializing apps. What I never really thought about was the extra clutter of tabs I was going to add to my Microsoft Edge browser with my sources for my capstone. ACT 2 Act 2 I always knew the best device to access to social media is through small devices. And like how all phones should be, I socialize through calls on Messenger and Discord. However, as one of my hobbies is to play games, most of my games are on my smartphone. "One window tab shouldn't clutter too much," I thought to myself as I got in contact with my friends through Messenger call on my Microsoft Edge and getting on one of my games. To think that I kept repeating this thought as I needed to do some research on my games. OR ACT 3 Act 3 Before I knew it, a total of what seems like 20 or more tabs are lined up, and I could barely read a single word on each tab. Clicking one by one to get to the right site was quite frustrating. And because the size of the tabs shrunk due to the clutter, the close buttons for each of them were visible that I almost closed some of them by accident. "Opening a new window for personal interests should be okay," I thought to myself. It took quite a while to organize all the sites for my gaming research purposes to a separate Microsoft Edge window. Then, the clear difference between my academic work and personal interests are a lot more visible. Navigating to where I want to go between my academic work and personal interests was a lot easier! Hopefully, I don't create more windows. For this person, balancing their two lives in this computer is like weighing their work and leisure on a balance scale. Keeping their two lives separated, organized on different (Microsoft Edge's) windows, and without spending too much time over another has made navigating their day to day life consistent. The End
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