How the educational environment effects student's brains
Surveys across the nation have shown significant improvement in engagement scores for students in STEAM programs without explaining why. What if one of the key elements to the success of STEAM programs is actually “just” the brain? This discussion will explore how the field of educational neuroscience links the brain to STEAM education and how design, furniture and curriculum enhance the learning process.
Haskell is seeking independent rep groups in select territories throughout North America. We are seeking candidates that are an integral part of the A&D community and have a strong understanding of the education, government and corporate markets.
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO) – The District 51 Foundation received a donation for Grand Mesa Middle School Wednesday afternoon. The donation, a ROVER MakerSpace unit, is a portable table designed for student group work and project collaboration. ProSpace Interiors made the donation at an event at Grand Mesa Middle Wednesday afternoon. The MakerSpace unit was […]
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo — A new ROVER MakerSpace that will be used in the technology and media center is now at Grand Mesa Middle School. The new mobile desk allows stools and trays to be stored inside and taken on the go. The donation to School District 51 foundation was made during the 9th Annual […]
EDspaces and Learning By Design Award Haskell Education Best In Show for The Rover Table, and Third Place for the Fuzion Sit to Stand Desk. Haskell Education is proud to announce that we have been awarded Best in Show for our Rover Table as part of this year’s EDspaces Innovations Awards. This year, Edspaces partnered […]
Spaces4Learning awards Haskell Education in end-of-year New Product Awards for the design of Think Nook flexible classroom furniture. Haskell Education has been recognized with an award by Spaces4Learning in an end of the year issue of their newest print publication. The Think Nook from Haskell Education was given a Gold Award in the Spaces4Learning 2019 […]
Willett Elementary opened a new “makerspace” Thursday as part of a schoolwide open house. It’s a place where students and like-minded classmates can meet to work on creative projects in a setting with a variety of materials and resources … intended to encourage students to learn by doing. Associate Superintendent Rody Boonchouy said the makerspace […]
In one math class at John S. Martinez Sea & Sky STEM School, students no longer sit in neat, orderly rows. On new four-wheeled desks, they swivel around the classroom without a seating chart. Moving the old desks around caused a raucous break from the classwork. The new desks glide as quietly as a whisper. […]
“Winning the Incredible Classroom Makeover Contest is more than just a new set of desks and chairs for our classroom” said Justine Mackinnon, Teacher and Contest Winner. “By providing us with modern and flexible seating, Haskell Office is providing us with opportunities to learn and grow in ways not possible with the limited seating we […]
“Thank you again for hosting the Incredible Classroom Makeover Contest. The students are absolutely in love with the desks and chairs! They love the flexibility of the furniture and they constantly mention how comfortable they are.” – Justine Mackinnon, 4th Grade Teacher, West Street School
Two new Regional Managers will help fuel Haskell’s business growth initiatives BALA CYNWYD, Pa – April 16, 2018 – Haskell, a leading manufacturer of furniture for K-12, higher education, government and corporations, welcomes Tyler McCart and Kathryn Pagano to the business development team. In their roles as Regional Managers, McCart will be focused on Georgia, […]
The Beaver Local school district is wrapping up its first year in its new technology driven building. But they didn’t just purchase computers. Haskell furniture was chosen to be part of Beaver Local School’s 21st century classrooms. Watch the report from WKBN 27 news.