With The Walking Classroom, I teach history, ELA, science, and health, as well as communication, teamwork, collaboration, and so much more.
The Montessori Method is based on self-directed activity, hands-on learning, and collaborative play, and TWC is a perfect fit!
Thank you so much for our classroom set of WalkKits! My third grade students and I love The Walking Classroom!
This year, Montessori Education Week, annually recognized the last week of February, marks the 114th anniversary of Montessori education. It celebrates the benefits of the Montessori method, a child-centered approach developed in the early 1900’s by… Read More
I work at an agency-based school that specializes in serving students with emotional/behavioral disabilities, students with trauma histories, and students with autism. This year I work with third and fourth grade students. About half of my… Read More
This post, part of our Walk This Way series, shares The Walking Classroom experiences of teachers and students across the United States. This post provides a glimpse into Kim Collazo’s class. Click here to read all… Read More
I teach pullout classes to third through fifth graders at two schools. My students love having the opportunity to get out of the classroom and go for a walk. The bonus is that The Walking Classroom’s… Read More
Thank you so much for the opportunity to incorporate The Walking Classroom into our sixth grade technology program. The Walking Classroom has been a wonderful tool to combine essential academic lessons with our students’ physical well-being…. Read More
There’s power in movement and we know that kids simply need to move. The Walking Classroom provides the opportunity for students to move while connecting directly to and engaging in the content areas. Our students have… Read More