My students love The Walking Classroom! We walk 2-3 days weekly. On rainy days, we walk inside or just stay in the room and listen to podcasts. Students take key notes and draw illustrations while listening… Read More
My students love the walking classroom! Their faces light up when they see the players being taken out of the cabinet. They love walking around the school and they enjoy tracking their progress. They beam when… Read More
Over 80% of our school’s population are living in poverty, and over 70% are English learners. Sadly, we lack the resources to make enough of a difference for these kids, all of whom are below grade… Read More
We recently had a cookout for the children that live in the Lincoln Height Community. The Center is open for the summer and after-school programs that are located in a very poor community in Halifax County. The… Read More
We have many teachers with amazing blogs with tons of followers, and we love it when they blog about their experiences with The Walking Classroom. We also love how they give each other shout-outs and share their experiences… Read More
I can’t thank you enough for your donation of The Walking Classroom for my class of ESL students! We are a class of 5th and 6th graders from all over the world. Many of my students… Read More
The Walking Classroom has changed how I teach. I have always known that movement is good for the body, mind, and soul. Why is it that we lose focus of that basic idea and let tests take over what we know is best practice?
We are loving the program and we currently walk every Tuesday and Thursday morning. We have our routine pretty much set, and my students are doing great! Students do a little stretching while I introduce some of… Read More
I just wanted to share a little something with you. Today we listened to our FAVORITE podcast yet! The one on prepositions. Prepositions??? Yep—prepositions.
I just wanted to share with you a great learning experience we had with The Walking Classroom. We listened to podcast “O Captain! My Captain!” yesterday. The day before that we began talking about poetry and… Read More