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Blog Posts April 20, 2022

Think Nook Lands on MRL Magazine’s Top Six Favorites List

A leading publication for interior designers and architects recently named the Think Nook by Haskell Education as one of its top favorites among its entire library. In its March 2022 issue, Delve Magazine, which is published by My Resource Library (MRL), reported that “the Think Nook by Haskell provides choice, flexibility and focus in any […]

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Blog Posts November 2, 2021

Return to the Classroom

As we consider our return to school, we need to look at both immediate as well as long-term solutions that will continue to foster engagement while keeping our children and teachers safe.

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Blog Posts June 16, 2021

School Furniture Solutions that Remove Barriers to Learning

For more than 70 years, the Haskell name has been synonymous with high quality furniture for the education market. We see Haskell products that were produced decades ago still serving schools in their everyday use. We are very proud of our heritage and the part Haskell has played in the world of education. And yet, […]

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Blog Posts May 20, 2021

What are the Benefits of a Makerspace?

National Inventors Hall of Fame shares 5 key benefits of a Makerspace. As our education stakeholders continue to seek “why makerspace”, this article presents simple and impactful messaging regarding why we build makerspaces and their value. See how Haskell Education supports Makerspaces at www.haskelleducation.com Reprinted from the National Inventors Hall of Fame. https://www.invent.org/blog/trends-stem/benefits-makerspace Makerspaces have become […]

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Blog Posts February 18, 2021

Strategies for Student Engagement During and After COVID-19

Communities across the country are faced with many challenges as they re-open their schools in a COVID-19 world. As a designer and manufacturer of furniture solutions for learning environments, we care deeply about the well-being of today’s students and the amazing educators who lead and guide them. We understand the value that in-class learning can […]

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Blog Posts October 8, 2020

Return to the Classroom with Haskell Education

Haskell Education is proud to have been included in the recent interiors + sources ehandbook titled “Reopening & Reimagining Educational Facilities Amid COVID-19”. In this article, you will find a link to our 2 page white paper authored by John Myers, Director of Marketing and Training at Haskell Education that was included in their ehandbook. […]

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Blog Posts September 15, 2020

Reopening and Reimagining Educational Facilities Amid COVID-19

Hello everyone and welcome to John Myers excerpts from Reopening and Reimagining Educational Facilities Amid COVID-19. Today’s blog reflects content from John Myers that was partially based  on a new handbook launched recently on reopening schools (see the full webinar link at the end of this blog).  Haskell Education was one of the generous sponsors […]

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Blog Posts August 12, 2020

Return to Learn: Supporting Social and Emotional Needs of Students in Hybrid Educational Models

2020 has been a year of transition.  Uncertainty has been the cornerstone of this season as we navigate through challenges brought on by Covid-19 this past February.  This has greatly increased anxiety related to health and stability, losses of various kinds and a general lack of ability to make concrete plans.  Restoring safety and predictability […]

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Blog Posts June 26, 2020

Explore the Haskell Education Virtual Showroom

Haskell Education, a leading designer and manufacturer of furniture solutions for NextGen learning environments, is excited to announce the launch of our new virtual showroom. This exciting digital tool is designed for simple navigation allowing the viewer to select individual products for preview…. snappy animations and links to additional product information are right at your […]

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Blog Posts August 2, 2019

When Classroom Disruption May Not Be Just “Bad Behavior”: How Adverse Childhood Experiences Can Negatively Affect Students’ Engagement at School

An ACE (Adverse Childhood Experience) score (0-10) represents exposure to different categories of abuse, neglect and other traumatic events prior to the age of 18. Almost HALF the nation’s children have experienced at least one or more types of serious childhood trauma which can negatively affect their ability to engage in group learning. While collaboration […]

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