These winter months can be the hardest months as teachers. We are stuck somewhere between winter and spring breaks.
As the Gifted Resource Teacher, I work with over 40 identified students as well as all of the population with our gifted cluster model.
TWC has been such a joy for the kids and I every year. It refreshes the kids’ brains and bodies, and they always learn something interesting!
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
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. This post provides a glimpse into Dawn Rensel’s class. Click… Read More
You’ve started off the school year smoothly. Classroom expectations have been clearly conveyed. You’re well underway with The Walking Classroom, and you’re hopeful that you’ll continue to hit the trail without a hitch. And then …. Read More
I have my students walking every other day using The Walking Classroom and they LOVE it!! In fact, every day I have several excited students asking if today is the day they get to walk. I… Read More
My students love The Walking Classroom and eagerly wait for the next lesson. They enjoy getting out of the classroom while learning about new topics. There are less behavior issues and more productivity with all the… Read More
You’ve started off the school year smoothly. Classroom expectations have been clearly conveyed. You’ve even finished preparing to start your implementation of The Walking Classroom, and you’re hopeful that you’ll hit the trail without a hitch…. Read More
I have a very energetic and challenging group of kids, and they love The Walking Classroom! Since the kids know that we walk at least three days a week, I have seen a great decrease in… Read More