Third grade students at Cornell School’s After-School Program are enjoying TWC. It has been fun to see them active while learning.
With The Walking Classroom, I teach history, ELA, science, and health, as well as communication, teamwork, collaboration, and so much more.
The Walking Classroom was the perfect solution for getting my students up and moving, away from their computers during distance learning!
Let’s go walking! Ready, Set . . . Wait! There are several steps to take before you get started.
Using The Walking Classroom during the 2020-2021 school year may have been difficult, but having the program definitely helped!
The Walking Classroom has provided enrichment for the content taught in my sixth grade language arts classes. The podcasts contribute greatly to the lessons and help to create a meaningful learning experience. Beyond the academic content,… Read More
While we hope to expand the number of kits we have through additional funding options by next school year, for now, The Walking Classroom works for us thanks to some creative planning. Our classes follow the… Read More
Our school is a wonderful small Louisiana bayou school located in St. Martin Parish. We strive to provide the best education for all students even with limited resources at times. Receiving The Walking Classroom has been… 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 Caitlin Watson’s class. Click here… Read More
It’s easy incorporating TWC into my health and p.e. classes. I plan and implement cross-curricular lessons using The Walking Classroom. The program’s podcasts help me to introduce or review health, science, character, and social studies units… Read More