Not only was TWC used for educational purposes, but also for Social-Emotional Learning (SEL), mindfulness time and a much needed mask break.
The Walking Classroom program was exactly what I needed for my students. I have a lot of bodily-kinesthetic and auditory learners in my class. This makes walking and listening the perfect blend. Using The Walking Classroom… Read More
Thank you for introducing The Walking Classroom to my classroom! My class is one of the few in the building that is comprised of students of all abilities. From my research, I predicted the Walking Program… Read More
As teachers, we strive to find new ways to engage and encourage our learners, and this program is meeting that goal! We like that the lessons we listen to relate to our curriculum. It has been… Read More
While last week’s post highlighted some quotable quotes from teacher thank you notes, this week the students share! Need a smile? Here are some samples of memorable comments from the hundreds of student thank you notes… Read More
One of the best things about being part of The Walking Classroom is the love. Yes, that’s right! It’s gratifying to get to feel the love — to hear or read about adopters’ positive experiences with… 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
Ernest Hemingway once said, “I like to listen. I have learned a great deal from listening carefully . . . ” Without a doubt, The Walking Classroom is a most effective tool to grow great listeners.
On a warm morning in August, my students and I set out to walk the community in hopes of discovering and listening to podcasts on our new Walking Classroom devices. We were so excited! We gathered… Read More