This year proved a bit difficult for all of our students and staff in terms of physical fitness. However, with the resources that The Walking Classroom provided, I could take my sixth through eighth grade students outside to walk, listen, and learn about STEM topics.
Having to pivot and teach online and in-person at the same time was extremely hard for some teachers, so having resources that could be used in both “worlds” proved invaluable! We were able to send our WalkKits home to the virtual students, so they could participate with their in-person peers.
One of the challenges of teaching in a dual language program is essentially having half of the time to cover all of the standards. The Walking Classroom has been a huge help in this area.
I first saw The Walking Classroom in a teacher group I was a part of. I work with students with disabilities and I had been looking to find more creative and engaging activities for them. The… Read More
This year teaching face to face with social distancing, The Walking Classroom was even more appropriate! The kids loved getting outside and looked forward to ALL of the podcasts! We were all very grateful for a… Read More
Due to very strict COVID-19 requirements, using our Walking Classroom devices was impossible but they made their way into our Zoom classes!
Thank you, Walking Classroom! While teaching during the pandemic, The Walking Classroom was a wonderful activity for students to enjoy during their mask breaks! The learning was engaging and fun while happening outdoors and safe. The… Read More
Thank you for The Walking Classroom! Fourth grade students at Will Rogers Elementary thoroughly enjoyed the experience of simultaneously learning and exercising.
More than ever, this school year we really needed a creative and effective way to help our students learn and thrive. The Walking Classroom was an amazing tool to be able to utilize. We used it… Read More
I am a teacher at the Duke Hospital School. Our students are often inpatient, and due to COVID, cannot have visitors. They are often confined to their room/bed, or the hospital unit. Unfortunately, the hallways on… Read More