I was confident my students would love The Walking Classroom, and I would be able to seamlessly implement the program into our school day.
Not only was TWC used for educational purposes, but also for Social-Emotional Learning (SEL), mindfulness time and a much needed mask break.
I am a fourth grade teacher in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. Last year, student learning became so much more engaging and exciting because of our incorporation of The Walking Classroom. Who knew walking, listening and learning could… Read More
What a thrill to embed The Walking Classroom into our fifth grade curriculum at Ward Elementary School this year! The content of the podcasts is spot on and aligns wonderfully with the North Carolina standards and… 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
The Walking Classroom is an amazing program! Every day my students beg to go for a walk and listen to another podcast. I am amazed by the things that they are learning. They’ve learned about history,… Read More
With spring around the bend, the potential for outdoor adventures increases. And that means plenty of opportunity to explore entomology. Just what is entomology? Entomology is the branch of zoology concerned with the study of insects,… Read More
I use The Walking Classroom with my ESL students. Because there are a variety of levels of English acquisition in each class, the program is an excellent fit due to the ability to speed up or… Read More
My third graders were learning about prefixes, suffixes, and root words. We did some work earlier in the week, listing words with prefixes such as dis-, re-, and pre-, and suffixes like -ful and -less. I… Read More
Last year, my third graders and I were blessed with a class set of The Walking Classroom! While the weather in North Carolina last winter did not allow us to get outside and walk as much… Read More