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Walk This Way: Making a Mini Unit
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.
Walk This Way: Making Learning Memorable
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.
Beyond the Basic Benefits: Outdoor Learning!
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!
Walk This Way: Health Lessons and Literacy Too!
During our discussions following a TWC podcast, students often comment on the health lesson or topic addressed at the start of the podcast.
Walk This Way: Improved Focus Post-Walk
Teachers have commented that on days where they walk, they are able to come in and focus better in their afternoon classes.
Meet the Scientist: Science and Beyond with Bob Alderink
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
Walk This Way: A Different Kind of Implementation
Since I serve all students in my school, my relationship with The Walking Classroom is a bit different than that of a classroom teacher.
Walk This Way: On the Trail with Mrs. McDowell’s Class
This post, part of our Walk This Way series designed to share TWC experiences across the United States, follows Lisa McDowell’s class.
Timely Topics: Celebrate STEM!
Pick some of your favorite topics and get set to celebrate National STEM (and STEAM!) Day on November 8! Make the most of the day with TWC!
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