Capture your crew’s attention with a podcast on fictional heroes. Then make the jump to historical figures for more heroic happenings!
As Women’s History Month continues, TWC presents additional podcasts to recognize in Part II of our blog post on this timely topic.
As we continue Black History Month, encourage a comparison of the notable African-Americans you and your class have met through the podcasts.
Being granted a class set of Walking Classroom materials has been such a wonderful thing for my 4th/5th grade combination class.
As Women’s History Month continues, we present additional podcasts to explore in Part II of our blog post on this timely topic.
As Women’s History Month continues, The Walking Classroom presents additional podcasts to explore in Part II of our blog post on this timely topic. Beyond the notable women who made their mark in science, medicine, and… Read More
My school is a Title I, high poverty, trauma-informed school in Virginia. I teach a total of 29 second graders, departmentalized by subject area, and I have 15 second graders in my homeroom here in Southwest… Read More
My students really enjoy The Walking Classroom and have learned some things along the way. The podcasts connect to our curriculum and are relevant to the students’ learning. Our school provides free breakfast and lunch to… Read More
Part of this year’s Walk This Way series, sharing The Walking Classroom experiences of teachers and students across the United States, this post provides a glimpse into Caitlin Watson’s class. Click here to read all of… Read More