I work in a private therapeutic special education school and many of my students have a variety of different learning styles.
Educators have found that The Walking Classroom helps in addressing different learning styles and differentiating instruction.
In creating lessons, I begin with the end in mind. I start with my standards and work backwards from there to build a learning pathway.
The Walking Classroom has been instrumental in my planning my lessons. It aligns with the different subject area standards.
Educators have found that the Walking Classroom addresses different learning styles and helps with differentiated instruction.
What do our adopters have to say? Enjoy this sampling of comments about the benefits that educators using the program shared.
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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
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