My Walking Classroom story started four years ago. I love the broad range of podcast topics within The Walking Classroom.
I first heard about The Walking Classroom years ago when I moved up from teaching kindergarten to third grade. I was looking for interesting ways to engage my students and came across The Walking Classroom’s website.
My school is located in a rural community. We have 250 students that come to us from various situations, but the majority come from households that struggle financially. Every student receives free breakfast and lunch. School… Read More
Twice a week, our class walked on the trail right behind the school. We listened to podcasts that matched with our science and social studies topics. The students really enjoyed being able to take a walk… Read More
The Walking Classroom has been a great asset to both my seventh grade class and to my colleague’s class as well. This was the first year we have had to opportunity to use this technology and… Read More
At Lincoln Elementary, one of our favorite things about The Walking Classroom is how easy it has been to share the program with other teachers! Our fifth grade team is departmentalized, and so the social studies… 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. It provides a glimpse into Patrecia Shales’ class. Click here… Read More
We LOVE The Walking Classroom! Over 400 students in our middle school have benefitted from using this program (and that’s only half so far!). The social studies podcasts have allowed students to really put themselves in… Read More
As a sixth grader teacher, I teach social studies and science to three different groups of students (70 students total). My students and I feel so fortunate to be able to participate in The Walking Classroom! They… Read More
During the past school year, I signed up to integrate The Walking Classroom into my daily routine. I taught 5th Grade Language Arts integrated with Social Studies while working on my NC Global Capstone Project. Happenstance,… Read More