For many of you, school starting means another year of walking, listening, and learning with TWC! Just a reminder about the basic resources.
Educators have found that the Walking Classroom addresses different learning styles and helps with differentiated instruction.
From the surveys, we find out how TWC is working for our adopters. And, we find out which are the students’ top podcast picks!
We’re preparing for a number of conferences. Here’s where you can connect with The Walking Classroom in June and July!
For those of you implementing the program in a classroom, use these suggestions to help you pack up your devices and plan for next year.
Register for our free webinar, June 9, 2022, to learn how our active, engaging, and ESSER-aligned program works in Summer Programs, Afterschool, and Classrooms!
Educators using TWC also cite other benefits related to students’ well-being, including improved health literacy and healthy habits.
Gifted and Talented teacher, Mary Thompson, at Ruth Hill Elementary School began using The Walking Classroom with her students this spring.
Attend our free webinar on May 11th to learn how to prevent the summer slide while kids get fresh air and exercise—in classrooms, summer programs, or afterschool.
The Walking Classroom has joined Alliance for a Healthier Generation, a national non-profit organization that supports equitable whole child health in schools and districts across the country.