Educational attire refers to teacher attire and student attire where the former is meant to promote respect while the later is to distinguish students from adults or those students of different schools. We can group traditional educational attire either under formal or uniformed attire depending on the school which include items such as the standard shirt, skirt, shorts, ties, and rubber shoes. Most education environments, especially universities, colleges, and public schools, allow students to wear casual attire for most situations. School attire can also include graduation attire such as graduation gowns and caps, which have their roots in the British public school system.

How do you focus when studying?

Focus when studying by finding a quiet workspace away from other distractions, creating a plan to study for 20 minutes, taking 5-minute breaks, and simplifying notes to a few words. Don’t waste time re-reading the same notes if they don’t make sense find other sources to study from.

How do you get good grades?

Get good grades in school by motivating yourself, listening and participating in class, taking notes through each lesson, and asking for help when necessary. Be sure to stay focused during your homework, take 15-minute breaks after every 45 minutes of studying, and consider studying with other classmates. Also use a planner to organize your time effectively and rest.

What is studying abroad?

Studying abroad or study abroad, is a school program usually by a university that allows a student to live in a foreign country while attending a foreign university. Study abroad programs typically last a semester, but some programs run for multiple semesters or a year. Studying abroad is a great way for students to immerse themselves in a different culture.

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Sitting - Children (Back)

Assortment of boys and girls sitting as seen from the back profile. Children are always moving between various sitting positions at home or at school as they play and learn. Naturally taking on postures that are comfortable to their bodies, children most commonly sit in positions that include: Criss-cross applesauce (legs crossed), legs in front, legs to the side, on their knees, or W position. W Sitting, when a child sits on their butt with their knees bent and feet angled outward, is known to put your child at risk for injuries and limited core strength and flexibility and should be corrected whenever possible.

Drawing of a group of boys sitting in a row in back elevation
Assortment of boys and girls sitting as seen from the back profile. Children are always moving between various sitting positions at home or at school as they play and learn. Children sitting positions include: Criss-cross applesauce, legs in front, legs to the side, on their knees, or W position.

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Sitting Style: Criss-Cross Applesauce, legs behind, legs to side
Attire: Casual/School
Ages: 4-6

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Children | Kids Sitting Back elevation, back (silhouette)

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Seat Heights: 12”-18” | 31-46 cm
Table Heights: 20”-24” | 51-61 cm
Style: Casual/School
Ages: 5-8

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Boys Sitting Chair Height front elevations (detail), side (outline)

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Seat Heights: 12”-18” | 31-46 cm
Table Heights: 20”-24” | 51-61 cm
Style: Casual/School
Ages: 5-8

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Boys Sitting Chair Height side elevations (detail), side (outline)

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Sitting - Criss-Cross Applesauce - Kids (Front)

Criss-cross Applesauce, a nursery rhyme phrase referring to sitting cross-legged on the floor, is a popular sitting style used in school environments when gathering students in groups for exercises and reading. Replacing the long-used and politically incorrect ‘Indian Style’ phrase in educational settings, Criss-cross Applesauce is a familiar and common posture that helps students gather and focus students for learning. Kids should not sit in Criss-cross Applesauce position for too long or they may have pains or develop poor posture.

Drawing of a group of boys sitting in criss-cross applesauce position
Criss-cross Applesauce, a rhyme referring to sitting cross-legged on the floor, is a popular sitting style used in school environments when gathering students in groups for exercises and reading. Criss-cross Applesauce is a familiar and common posture that helps bring together and focus children.

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Sitting Style: Criss-Cross Applesauce
Attire: Casual/School
Ages: 4-6

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Children | Kids Sitting Front elevation, front (outline)

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Seat Heights: 12”-18” | 31-46 cm
Table Heights: 20”-24” | 51-61 cm
Style: Casual/School
Ages: 5-8

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Boys Sitting Chair Height front elevations (detail), side (outline)

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