The 2020 – 2021 school year was sure a crazy, long year! Teaching remotely via Zoom proved really tough and frustrating for all of us.
We are thrilled to have The Walking Classroom! Even in the freezing cold, my students beg to do a Walking Classroom lesson. When we were in our poetry unit, “Casey at the Bat” (Complete-#29, 5-#5) was… Read More
Meet Walking Classroom Ambassador Joy Poole. Ms. Poole uses The Walking Classroom with fifth graders at St. Elmo Elementary School in Texas. She has worked in education for 29 years, and is starting her fifth year… Read More
With summer starting, for out-of-school time adopters, the fun has just begun! These folks, active in camps and other summer programs, continue to walk on — listening and learning loads along the way. How can out-of-school… Read More
It’s always interesting to hear how teachers extend the lesson beyond the podcast. One of our adopters shares an idea for a follow-up activity that she has incorporated in her classroom: As adults, we all know… Read More
Summer may be waning, but that doesn’t mean the fun has to be! Folks using The Walking Classroom in summer camps and other out-of-school time programs continue to hit the trail. What can be done to… Read More
With Major League Baseball’s World Series soon to be in full swing (pun intended!), it’s the perfect time to pick one, two, or all of the podcasts about America’s past-time. You’ll knock one out of the… Read More
Summer may have passed its midway point, but that doesn’t mean the fun is over! Out-of-school time adopters continue to walk on, listening and learning along the way. What can you do to keep the excitement… Read More