When I sat down to do report cards and looked at grades, I had my own “Aha!” moment. Every child learns differently.
The quizzes accompanying The Walking Classroom’s podcasts can be an especially helpful tool. They can help to hold students accountable for their learning, determine what they have learned, and identify what still might be causing some… Read More
With TWC, your students will hear a collection of curricular content, so it helps to log what they’ve listened to and what they’ve learned.
Our fifth grade adopted The Walking Classroom this year. It is definitely one of our favorite things to do in my classroom.
In 2019, The Walking Classroom rolled out our updated (and much more user-friendly!) Adopter Resources Page. Since then, we enlisted our interns to curate collections of additional resources for our STEM, language arts and social studies podcasts.
I loved the idea of my students getting exercise while still covering content related to my standards. #edchat #walklistenlearn
Our school is a very diverse Title 1 school with a phenomenal staff of teachers who love children. Our diversity is a strength for us. We have 29 different language groups represented and literally, children from… Read More
As a teacher, it is refreshing to have material ready for me, quizzes already created, and additional resources to help tie all of the learning together. That was especially helpful this year, as my class was… Read More
With The Walking Classroom, my students are finding that learning can be an adventure! I choose podcasts that relate to the content we are learning in the classroom, but sometimes I surprise them. I select a… Read More
My students really enjoy The Walking Classroom and have learned some things along the way. The podcasts connect to our curriculum and are relevant to the students’ learning. Our school provides free breakfast and lunch to… Read More