Our curriculum is loaded with great stories, like “Young Thomas Edison.” This led to us listening to a Walking Classroom podcast on Edison!
I was blessed when I received The Walking Classroom. My co-teacher and I absolutely love enhancing our curriculum with the podcasts.
I teach fourth grade in Cerritos, in Southern California, which affords us plenty of sunny days to enjoy going outside and learning.
The Walking Classroom has been instrumental in my planning my lessons. It aligns with the different subject area standards.
I first learned about TWC through Healthier Generation. I attended an informational webinar and downloaded the free podcasts.
As the Gifted Resource Teacher, I work with over 40 identified students as well as all of the population with our gifted cluster model.
While student teaching with Tamra Mills, I had the privilege of taking many walks with her class using The Walking Classroom.
I want to extend my gratitude for bringing TWC to me and my fourth graders. Excitement twinkles in their eyes when it’s a “walking” day.
A turtle outside the classroom door led to a podcast on food chains. Everyone was happy, learned a lot, and got some exercise!
I teach at a little rural school in the Columbia River Gorge. The Walking Classroom resources we received are a lifesaver!