Take advantage of sunny skies to cover science topics – specifically, earth science – and enjoy a literary link or two.
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
Our fifth-graders say they love The Walking Classroom because they spend more time outside and they think the podcasts are interesting. I love The Walking Classroom for the same reasons, but also because the content links… 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. This post provides a glimpse into Dawn Rensel’s class. Click… Read More
Summer may be waning, but that doesn’t mean the fun has to be! Folks using The Walking Classroom in summer camps and other out-of-school time programs continue to hit the trail. What can be done to… Read More
The Walking Classroom is a great way for kids to learn and to get exercise! My classmates and I are really enjoying walking. We listen to the podcasts every Tuesday and Thursday, and the information The Walking… Read More