Take advantage of those sunny skies to support STEM studies – specifically, earth science – and enjoy a literary link or two.
Our After School Program helps students focus on academics, STEM, arts, culinary, and much more in a fun and energizing way.
I use TWC’s STEM podcasts to support the STEM learning of my students, using The Walking Classroom in “mini units” for my STEM classes.
My memorable moments in youth involved doing and moving and making. I want to create those types of learning moments for my students as well.
With spring on the horizon, it’s time to take advantage of the opportunity to escape the classroom’s confines and do some outdoor learning!
During our discussions following a TWC podcast, students often comment on the health lesson or topic addressed at the start of the podcast.
Teachers have commented that on days where they walk, they are able to come in and focus better in their afternoon classes.
You likely have some real science fiends in your class. You know them! These students love to investigate anything science-related, moving from animals to astronomy and beyond. Wondering what happens to those fascinated by the field of… Read More
Since I serve all students in my school, my relationship with The Walking Classroom is a bit different than that of a classroom teacher.
This post, part of our Walk This Way series designed to share TWC experiences across the United States, follows Lisa McDowell’s class.