I started using The Walking Classroom with a class that I had looped up with from third to fourth grade. It was a great way to change things up!
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!
The Walking Classroom has created a new podcast checklist and mileage tracker for our program adopters! Available in both printable PDF and electronic Google Sheet formats! Check it out. #podcastchecklist #mileagetracker
I have used The Walking Classroom for about seven years. It has been an innovative way for my students to learn while not sitting in the classroom all day.
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.
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