I absolutely love this program! My students get very excited when I tell them it’s time to listen to a Walking Classroom podcast.
As we’re halfway through the year, it’s time for a reminder about The Walking Classroom’s Adopter Resources!
I have used The Walking Classroom for about seven years. It has been an innovative way for my students to learn while not sitting in the classroom all day.
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.
We have plenty of ways to support you in your implementation of our program, starting with our Teacher’s Guide and other existing adopter resources! Tackle the Teacher Guide The Teacher’s Guide is an invaluable resource, providing… Read More
For many of you, school starting means another year of walking, listening, and learning with The Walking Classroom! We know things may be looking a bit different for you this year. Rest assured though, no matter… Read More
This is the first school year I have used The Walking Classroom, and my students and I love it! I’ve always wanted to find a way to get students exercising more, but there is so little… Read More
My third graders were learning about prefixes, suffixes, and root words. We did some work earlier in the week, listing words with prefixes such as dis-, re-, and pre-, and suffixes like -ful and -less. I… Read More
We have been using The Walking Classroom for a while now, and it has been amazing! My students are not only learning about content for fourth and fifth grade curriculum, they are also getting informed about… Read More
One thing I love about The Walking Classroom is how easy it is to find podcasts that relate to what we are studying. For example, the day after listening to “Heroic Dogs and Horses” (Combined-#44, 4-#37),… Read More