While it has taken some time, we are happy to say that the results of The Walking Classroom Midyear Survey for 2018-2019 have been tabulated. It is always good to get feedback from folks using our program…. Read More
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This year’s survey was distributed to Walking Classroom adopters, and results analyzed, by a team of researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Survey results for over 300 educators who used The Walking… Read More
Exciting news! We’ve tallied the results of The Walking Classroom’s 2017-2018 Mid-Year Survey. Thank you to those who responded by sharing your valuable insights and ideas. Who Did We Survey? We survey our adopters twice a… Read More
The results of all responses on TWC’s Year-End Survey for 2016-2017 have been tabulated and reviewed. Our mid-June blog post summarized the findings on key questions graphically. This month we take a look at the demographic… Read More
Survey results for over 500 educators who used The Walking Classroom program during the 2016-2017 school year: TWC is an effective tool to differentiate instruction: I would recommend TWC to a colleague without hesitation: My students are… Read More
It has taken some time, but we are happy to say that the results of The Walking Classroom Midyear Survey for 2016-2017 have been tabulated. It is always good to get feedback from the folks who use… Read More
Survey results for over 400 educators who used The Walking Classroom program during the 2015-2016 school year: I enjoy doing The Walking Classroom with my students: I trust the educational content of TWC: My students are… Read More
The results of The Walking Classroom student and teacher surveys for the 2014-2015 school year are in, and we are SO HAPPY to see what our adopters think. We surveyed over 5,000 students and almost 300 teachers…. Read More
West Park Place Elementary has been utilizing TWC since the beginning of the school year with our third, fourth, and fifth grade students.
I have been using TWC for a few months now and I can attest to the difference it has made not only academically, but behaviorally as well.