Plenty of kids love animals. In fact, it’s likely that animal lovers abound in your classroom or out-of-school time program! Take advantage of your crew’s fascination with furry, slimy, and scaly creatures. Introduce them to zoology… Read More
The Walking Classroom has been instrumental in my planning my lessons. It aligns with the different subject area standards.
I first learned about TWC through Healthier Generation. I attended an informational webinar and downloaded the free podcasts.
As the Gifted Resource Teacher, I work with over 40 identified students as well as all of the population with our gifted cluster model.
The quizzes accompanying The Walking Classroom’s podcasts can be an especially helpful tool. They can help to hold students accountable for their learning, determine what they have learned, and identify what still might be causing some… Read More
You likely have some real science fiends in your class. You know them! These students love to investigate anything science-related, moving from animals to astronomy and beyond. Wondering what happens to those fascinated by the field of… Read More
Since I serve all students in my school, my relationship with The Walking Classroom is a bit different than that of a classroom teacher.
While student teaching with Tamra Mills, I had the privilege of taking many walks with her class using The Walking Classroom.
Fancy some physical science topics? If so, you’re set! TWC provides plenty of podcasts for your classroom study of this special subject!
This month the challenge was to think about how TWCs podcasts help support our curriculum and allow kids to see something in a new way.