I fell in love with The Walking Classroom last summer. At that time, I was doing research for curriculum I was developing for the 2018 – 2019 school year. A blog post written by another teacher referenced the program and piqued my interest. The more I learned about The Walking Classroom, the more convinced I became that this program would be ideal, especially for the learners with dyslexia and ADD that I serve.
Imagine my joy when I heard in December that I would soon receive a class set of Walking Classroom materials! I literally ran into school and jumped up and down with my team member. Christmas definitely came early for us (and for our students)!
We are thrilled to have The Walking Classroom as a resource for the students at our school. I marvel at the increase in information retention the learners in my classroom have demonstrated. I look forward to much walking, listening, and learning in the future!
Upper Elementary Teacher
Mountain West Montessori Academy
T. Robinson-Freeman says
I can feel your excitement; I felt the same way you did when I received my class set of WalkKits. I am in agreement with you, The Walking Classroom helps my students focus and retain information.
Tanya Robinson-Freeman, MAEd
Health and Physical Education, Union Intermediate School
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