Today, May 6, is National Nurses’ Day! Learn about, Clara Barton, a pioneer of modern nursing with The Walking Classroom!
March is Women’s History Month. Designated as such by Congress in 1987, during this month we celebrate the achievements of American women.
Download our free Clara Barton podcast bundle to learn about the incredible acts of this Civil War nurse who established the American Red Cross.
Here at The Walking Classroom, we’re always looking for a few good . . . resources to support you! This time, we bring in biographies!
Today, May 6, is National Nurses’ Day! Nurses’ Week lasts from May 6 to May 12 each year, ending on the birthday of Florence Nightingale, often considered the mother of modern nursing. Leap into Nurses’ Week… Read More
March is Women’s History Month. Designated as such by Congress in 1987, this month we celebrate the achievements of American women. Thanks to The Walking Classroom, you have your pick of podcasts (and a two-part blog… Read More
Here at The Walking Classroom, we’re always looking for a few good . . . resources! We are constantly seeking interesting ideas and supplemental materials to support our many adopters. In this blog series, aptly titled… Read More
This post, part of our Walk This Way series, shares The Walking Classroom experiences of teachers and students across the United States. This post provides a glimpse into Kim Collazo’s class. Click here to read all… Read More
My second stop on my California sojourn involved a bit of a drive. I headed sixty miles south to Moreno Valley. There I visited Wendy Guzman’s fourth grade class at Moreno Elementary. Ms. Guzman is in her… Read More