This is my ninth year using TWC, and I have to say that the podcasts remain fresh and relevant every year. So many resonate with my students!
Take a ride with Paul Revere then venture through the colonial era via a series of podcasts commemorating figures and events of the time!
It’s National Poetry Month, an observance begun by the Academy of American Poets in 1996. Looking for ways to celebrate? Possibilities abound, and there’s no better way to begin than with The Walking Classroom’s podcasts on… Read More
With Earth Day coming up, you and your students can honor Earth by focusing on how we can better appreciate and care for our planet.
I use TWC’s STEM podcasts to support the STEM learning of my students, using The Walking Classroom in “mini units” for my STEM classes.
Make a visit to the Middle Ages or ramble through the Renaissance with The Walking Classroom! We’ve got plenty of podcasts to get you going.
A fun way for students in summer programs to get supplemental academic instruction, fresh air, exercise, and more! This evidence-based, fun, and engaging program is easily integrated into summer learning programs. Kids listen to fun, educational… Read More
Celebrate Earth Day in your classroom with our free podcast bundle on climate expert and scientist Dr. Inez Fung, who worked to bring attention to climate change.
There’s nothing better than The Walking Classroom’s podcasts to get you on your way to exploring the environment!
As Women’s History Month continues, TWC presents additional podcasts to recognize in Part II of our blog post on this timely topic.