What do our adopters have to say? Enjoy this sampling of comments about the benefits that educators using the program shared.
The air is getting crisper, and sweating is no longer a valid excuse for you or your kids to sit on your couch or in front of a screen all evening! If you’re not already using #TheWalkingClassroom, try it!
The 2020 – 2021 school year was sure a crazy, long year! Teaching remotely via Zoom proved really tough and frustrating for all of us.
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
While last month’s post focused on in-school instruction with physical distancing, this provides suggestions for remote or hybrid learning.
Here at The Walking Classroom, we’re always looking for a few good . . . resources to support you! This time, we bring in biographies!
The Walking Classroom is favorite rotation within the week’s routine. My students are thrilled when it is their turn for the podcast.
Maybe you’re facing challenges in getting your Walking Classroom materials organized. Perhaps you’re struggling to maintain a consistent routine in your implementation of the program. In either case, have no fear!
Constitution Day is coming up! September 17 commemorates the 1787 signing of the United States Constitution. Get ready to celebrate!
In 2019, The Walking Classroom rolled out our updated (and much more user-friendly!) Adopter Resources Page. Since then, we enlisted our interns to curate collections of additional resources for our STEM, language arts and social studies podcasts.