Tune in to some podcasts rooted in the supernatural as you and your students explore myths, legends, and lore!
October 28, marks the 135th anniversary of the dedication of The Statue of Liberty, and a great time learn about Lady Liberty.
Celebrate Chemistry Week with a Walking Classroom podcast about John Dalton, the “Father of Chemistry”!
Looking for ways to celebrate National Dictionary Day? The Walking Classroom can help you delve into this timely topic!
With Eleanor Roosevelt’s birthday coming up on October 11, you may want to introduce your students to this famous First Lady. Meet the woman President Harry S. Truman called “First Lady of the World”!
With Earth Science Week around the corner (October 10 through 16 this year!), The Walking Classroom provides plenty of support for studying this timely topic!
Welcome to Teacher Tools! In this series, we share some of our favorite classroom “tools” — like graphic organizers! As visual displays, graphic organizers help all students (not just visual learners!) to see relationships among various… Read More
In TWC’s Science Career Series podcasts, hear from geologist Dr. Chris Tacker, the Curator of Geology at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences.
What do our adopters have to say? Enjoy this sampling of comments about the benefits that educators using the program shared.
It’s finally starting to feel like fall! As leaves change and temperatures drop, your walks will take on a different look and feel. Why not take advantage of the slightly different sensory details that surround you… Read More