Verb Rectangular Desk

by Steelcase

From: £305.00 ex.VAT £366.00 inc.VAT

Learning in the classroom is more dynamic than ever before. Traditional lecture-only pedagogies are becoming less common, while active learning is on the rise. Today’s educators use a variety of teaching modes—from group discussions to in-class projects—to engage diverse learners in ways that meet their individual needs.

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The Verb classroom collection supports a range of learning and teaching styles. Simple mobility and reconfiguration allow students and educators to shift from mode to mode, interact with content, connect to power sources and collaborate with each other seamlessly. With the freedom provided by Verb, active learning can thrive—inspiring students to be motivated, creative and engaged.

Product specification

Table Top

25mm Melamine Top

Table Top Finishes

Multiple Colour Options Available

Table Top Options

Optional White Board Easels, Side Dock, Central Dock

Leg Finishes

Multiple Colour Options Available

Feet

Castors / Glides

Screen

Optional Modesty Panel

Cable Management

N/A

Width x Depth Combinations (mm)

1400 x 500 / 1400 x 700 / 1500 x 500 / 1500 x 700 / 1600 x 800

Height

750mm

Model Number

VTR


Verb Introduction


Verb is an integrated collection of classroom furniture including tables, whiteboards, and instructor lectern and desk stations designed to support a full range of teaching and learning styles. This video showcase's the features of the Verb.





Active Learning in the University Library Tübingen


Verb classroom tables and whiteboards are specifically designed to support different learning modes in a variety of learning environments. This video shows how using active learning at the University Library in Tübingen is making a difference.


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