As a teacher for eleven gifted fourth grade boys, it can be difficult to keep the classroom on track. My boys just want to move!
There’s nothing better than The Walking Classroom’s podcasts to get you on your way to exploring the environment!
A turtle outside the classroom door led to a podcast on food chains. Everyone was happy, learned a lot, and got some exercise!
The Walking Classroom podcasts have really proven useful in our classroom! We have incorporated climate change throughout the year!
With warmer weather, you and your OST crew will want to get outdoors. TWC’s podcasts can get you on your way to environmental exploration!
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
I have been able to incorporate The Walking Classroom program in my classroom in a variety of ways. I have used the podcasts to close gaps in knowledge or to illustrate concepts that are difficult to… Read More
My third graders have been studying animals and looked at dinosaur fossils to determine if particular dinosaurs were herbivores or carnivores. I found the podcast on Food Chains (Combined-#130, 4-#42, STEM-#33). I thought it would be… Read More
While summer is waning, it’s likely you’re still looking to enjoy the lingering warmer weather. Lucky for you, The Walking Classroom can help you out! Head outside for a life science lesson or two. You can… Read More