This post is part of this year’s Walk This Way series, designed to share The Walking Classroom experiences of teachers and students across the United States. It provides a glimpse into Caitlin Watson’s class. Click here… Read More
Walk this Way: On the Trail with Mrs. Rensel’s Class
This post is the second in this year’s Walk This Way series, designed to share The Walking Classroom experiences of teachers and students across the United States. It provides a glimpse into Dawn Rensel’s class. I… Read More
Students Share the Love Too!
While last week’s post highlighted some quotable quotes from teacher thank you notes, this week the students share! Need a smile? Here are some samples of memorable comments from the hundreds of student thank you notes… Read More
Memorable Comments from Thank You Notes
One of the best things about being part of The Walking Classroom is the love. Yes, that’s right! It’s gratifying to get to feel the love — to hear or read about adopters’ positive experiences with… Read More
TWC Gets Special Education Students Moving!
My students have enjoyed The Walking Classroom. They ask to do it often. As a teacher I like that there are so many topics that fit into what I am already teaching. I am a special… Read More
The Best Part of the Day
I feel so fortunate to have my class participate in The Walking Classroom program this school year!! I set it up so that we walk twice a week, but the kids would love to do it… Read More
TWC reaches autistic and ADHD students
Prior to receiving The Walking Classroom, I wondered how the children would do with this program. I personally had great expectations of the Walking Classroom but also thought about my autistic students, ADHD students, and behavioral… Read More
Thriving with ADHD
One of my students benefited so much from the Walking Classroom. He suffers from ADHD. The “normal” classroom is a struggle for him. He loved using the Walking Classroom. He thrived on the quizzes because his learning… Read More