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!
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!
Implementing The Walking Classroom in an afterschool or other out-of-school time setting is a little different than rolling the program out in a classroom setting! Read on for some strategies (and a few extra tips!) we’ve… Read More
Life science covers a number of subjects, all centering on the study of living organisms. Loop in some life science and have a listen to a few podcasts from The Walking Classroom!
Interested in exploring entomology, the study of insects? Dive into The Walking Classroom’s Science Career Series and you can meet Jason Cryan, Ph.D. Dr. Cryan, an entomologist.
Learning may still look different, which means some changes. Educators are handling this “new normal” with creativity and resourcefulness.
We always wondered which topics would make a list of students’ top 10 educational podcasts. So we started asking. See the listener’s choice top 10 educational podcasts!
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