February is Black History Month, and . . . The Walking Classroom has plenty of podcasts to support your study of this timely topic!
Teachers have commented that on days where they walk, they are able to come in and focus better in their afternoon classes.
Stimulate your students with some basic background by pairing a book with a presidential podcast from The Walking Classroom.
Our students are dealing with the repercussions from COVID-19, so healthy methods for dealing with stress and learning loss are key.
The ideas would be helpful, and we needed the perspective to talk about our daily playground drama. Watch for those hidden connections!
Groundhog Day is coming up! To his recognize tday and bring some fun to a winter Friday, we have a few ideas for you.
Our curriculum is loaded with great stories, like “Young Thomas Edison.” This led to us listening to a Walking Classroom podcast on Edison!
January 30th is FDR’s birthdate, and a great time to learn about this leader. Spend some time remembering Roosevelt and his impact.
This post is part of our Walk This Way series. It provides a glimpse into the Walking Classroom experiences of Jane Keen and her students.
Attending any conferences this winter? There are a few professional development opportunities popping up over the next couple of months.