The Guide desk is great when used as a desktop station. Having the lectern stand on the desk and a separate lectern stand was great, as I could take my laptop back and forth when presenting or working with students. I really enjoyed using the whiteboard on the surface of the lectern to take mental notes of what I needed to cover during the lesson.
Gordon G., OH, GEI Reviewer and Teacher
Flexible furniture lets teachers choose from a range of formal and informal instruction styles. A desk with a tower lectern supports standing lectures and seated work. Nesting utility tables offer extra work space, and a mobile lectern makes it easy to present from anywhere in the room.
“Guide allowed my students to present and offered them a safe place to present. Several of my students are afraid of presenting out in the open with just a lectern, but using the table to present was great. It gave them the security and confidence they needed to present."
“The mobile podium is great for teacher use as well as student presentations. The dry erase top is great for multiple use of materials.”