The Walking Classroom is a great addition to my classroom and offers free teacher resources which correlate with each podcast.
I’ve known about The Walking Classroom for a few years now. My wish of owning my own set of Walking Classroom kits finally came true.
I started using TWC a few years ago in my fourth grade classroom. The podcasts align with the curriculum, and the resources are great.
The 2020 – 2021 school year was sure a crazy, long year! Teaching remotely via Zoom proved really tough and frustrating for all of us.
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.
Eighteen months ago, I applied for a granted set of Walking Classroom materials and was awarded one this year. I am lucky enough to work in partnership with a bilingual teacher willing to implement the program… Read More
The Hospital School at Duke University Medical Center is THRILLED to have The Walking Classroom as a tool for our students. At the hospital, we serve inpatients as well as students who frequent our outpatient clinics…. Read More
The Walking Classroom has done such an amazing job getting our students motivated to exercise more while reviewing necessary language arts skills. While walking, they have enjoyed the brain break from the regular classroom setting and… Read More
I work in a Title I school where a lot of our students come from low-income families and funding for teachers is a struggle. When I heard that I would be getting a class set of… Read More
I cannot tell you enough how much I love The Walking Classroom! The podcasts are engaging and relevant to our curriculum. They are high interest, and they are often quite entertaining. I love all the management ideas… Read More