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Latest Posts in Education

July 24, 2020 WiggleRoom: Privacy and Safety in Public Space 

WiggleRoom can offer employers and schools alike an innovative way to enable focused work safely in open, public space.

by KI Furniture
July 17, 2020 Five Design Tips for School Libraries 

Discover KI's top five design strategies for creating libraries, including advice for designing in the wake of the pandemic.

by Bryan Ballegeer VP Sales & Marketing - Education
June 28, 2020 The Evolution of Classroom Design Post-Pandemic 

Discover classroom solutions that can support social distancing in the short term and adapt for whatever the future holds.

by Bryan Ballegeer VP Sales & Marketing - Education
June 22, 2020 How to Social Distance on Campus 

Will schools be opening their doors this fall? Discover design tips for facilitating a safe return to school post-pandemic.

by Bryan Ballegeer VP Sales & Marketing - Education
June 9, 2020 Active Learning When We Return to School 

KI offers tips for supporting active learning, creating dynamic classrooms and keeping students safe during COVID-19.

by Bryan Ballegeer VP Sales & Marketing - Education
June 5, 2020 Together - Apart - by Design 

While we can’t meet physically for NeoCon 2020, here are fresh ideas, new product solutions and resources to inspire you.

by KI Furniture
May 8, 2020 Where Does Higher Education Go from Here? 

Where does higher education go from here? KI interviews students about distance-based learning during the pandemic.

by Jonathan Matta National Education Leader
April 23, 2020 The Importance of Student and Teacher Interaction During Distance-Based Learning 

KI interviews high school students about distance-based learning and the importance of student and teacher interaction.

by Jonathan Matta National Education Leader
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