What do our adopters have to say? Enjoy this sampling of comments about the benefits that educators using the program shared.
My small group listened to The Walking Classroom podcast Riddles from The Hobbit (5-#22, Complete-#24) as they walked. This podcast inspired the students to create riddles of their own! In fact, during our follow-up discussion, one… Read More
What do our adopters have to say? Enjoy this sampling of comments about the program’s benefits that educators using the program shared in emails, thank you letters, and the open-ended questions on the 2019-2020 Year-End Update…. Read More
Transitioning to a new role last year and teaching a new special entitled “Enrichment,” I was anxious to see how I could incorporate this program into my classroom. The answer: it works seamlessly! The Walking Classroom… 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. It provides a glimpse into Dawn Rensel’s class. Click here… Read More
Ernest Hemingway once said, “I like to listen. I have learned a great deal from listening carefully . . . ” Without a doubt, The Walking Classroom is a most effective tool to grow great listeners.
I am a third grade teacher with 25 lovely students. My class and I are thrilled to be participating in The Walking Classroom for the first time. We have gone for two walks so far and… Read More
Over the past few months, my fourth graders and I have greatly enjoyed using The Walking Classroom. Recently, my school finished an outdoor walking track around our playground. My students have absolutely loved getting outside to… Read More
This year has been challenging. My students crave movement, but we are trying to teach more curriculum than ever before. This leads to frustration and behavioral outbursts. Since implementing The Walking Classroom though, students come into school… Read More
The Walking Classroom has made our lives super easy! My students have limited science knowledge and are tested on it this year. Unfortunately, the year has FLOWN by and we haven’t had time to tackle the… Read More