Educators using TWC also cite other benefits related to students’ well-being, including improved health literacy and healthy habits.
Looking for some sojourns for your class? Why not travel through time? Meander through the Middle Ages or ramble through the Renaissance!
As National Poetry Month continues, The Walking Classroom offers even more possibilities for perusing poets and their poems!
How perfect that Shakespeare’s birthday falls in a month celebrating poetry. After all, Shakespeare (AKA “the Bard”) crafted plenty of poems!
It will soon be the anniversary of Paul Revere’s famous ride, so why not recognize this historic event with a journey of your own?
With warmer weather, you and your OST crew will want to get outdoors. TWC’s podcasts can get you on your way to environmental exploration!
It’s National Poetry Month. Why not begin the month with some of The Walking Classroom’s podcasts on poets, poems and poetry topics!
While TWC’s podcasts don’t directly focus on math, there’s always the opportunity to add in some math when addressing podcast topics!
As Women’s History Month continues, we present additional podcasts to explore in Part II of our blog post on this timely topic.
Inspired by the background of one of the scientists in our Science Career Series podcasts, we decided to merge mammals and math!