I want to extend my gratitude for bringing TWC to me and my fourth graders. Excitement twinkles in their eyes when it’s a “walking” day.
As a teacher and coach who LOVES to be active and to get her students active, I knew this program was for me!
At Circle of Nations School, our students walk, listen, and learn with The Walking Classroom twice a week — on Mondays and Fridays. They enjoy being outside so much. In fact, they often want to try… Read More
I use The Walking Classroom with my ESL students. Because there are a variety of levels of English acquisition in each class, the program is an excellent fit due to the ability to speed up or… Read More
This post is part of our Walk This Way series, designed to share The Walking Classroom experiences of teachers and students across the United States. It provides a glimpse into Britnee Reid’s middle school science classroom. Implementing… Read More
I have been an elementary school teacher for over fourteen years and I can honestly say that The Walking Classroom is one of the best programs I have ever used. Typically, children sit at desks and… Read More
We are so grateful that we get to interact with this amazing opportunity every week! It’s incredible how The Walking Classroom’s podcasts match up exactly with what I am teaching. We did a unit on poetry… Read More
As we get closer to the holidays, our students are getting more antsy. They want to move around more and find it hard to sit still. This is where The Walking Classroom comes in! The students… Read More
I love many things about The Walking Classroom. One thing I love is that you get to learn many things about almost everything. Another thing I love about The Walking Classroom is that you get fresh… Read More
Walking Classroom at Fort Carson school features learning by podcast in fresh Colorado air Published by The Gazette in Colorado Springs, MCO 2/1/2017 | By Debbie Kelley Sitting in class all day can get “kind of boring,” said 10-year-old… Read More