My students are first- and second-generation immigrants. I had almost all of them when the pandemic hit. So now I get to do a “redo”!
Our afterschool students love when they see the sun break through the clouds, so we can get outside and walk.
This post is part of our Walk This Way series. It provides a glimpse into the Walking Classroom experiences of Jane Keen and her students.
Our students rarely get opportunities to experience hands-on learning like TWC provides. You have made such an impact in our students’ lives!
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
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
Our Title I school has a population of more than 600 kids, many of whom qualify for free or reduced-price lunch. We also have a large student population of English language learners. Our students are special… 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
We are so grateful that we get to interact with this amazing opportunity every week! It’s incredible how The Walking Classroom’s podcasts match up exactly with what I am teaching. We did a unit on poetry… Read More
We are a Title I School. Many of our students lack sufficient school supplies and supportive resources at home. The students I see on a daily basis come to my Storm Watch class, a time for… Read More