Best Smart Home Tech Of 2014

posted on 05 Sep 2014 13:58 by melodicloser1227
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When it comes to rider comfort, nothing is more important than a motorcycle's seat. Danny Gray makes seats for Harley and metric cruisers that are contoured to cradle the anatomy for maximum comfort. Higher-than-average foam density allows a low-profile cut and good support for the posterior and spine. And select Danny Gray seats have the Airhawk Comfort Seating System built inside, using air cells originally designed to reduce tissue pressure for wheelchair-bound patients, an FDA-approved Class II medical technology. Airhawk equipped seats (prices start at $479), which have an integrated pump for on-bike air pressure adjustments, eliminate hot spots and offer superior shock absorption.

The teachers gradually moved away from a teacher-centered, script-based, time-driven approach—in which the teacher is the teller, the student is the receiver, and learning equates to giving back right answers. They slowly gave up the belief that a class that's quiet and predictable represents a fertile learning environment. They learned to listen to students and respond to their questions, interests, and needs. They progressively came to trust and support student capacity for independence. And they found peace with the reality that the kids were often more comfortable with the equipment than the teachers were.