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.
At Katahdin Elementary School, we were able to be in person for our out-of-school program. We implemented TWC twice each week.
As I introduced The Walking Classroom to each class, all of the students were thrilled! With it, they experienced a different way to learn!
I am a teacher at the Duke Hospital School. Our students are often inpatient, and due to COVID, cannot have visitors. They are often confined to their room/bed, or the hospital unit. Unfortunately, the hallways on… Read More
I teach ASPIRE after school with students in kindergarten through fifth grade. Our class was blessed with a donated set of Walking Classroom materials! The first time we used The Walking Classroom was with the fourth… Read More
The Hospital School at Duke University Medical Center is THRILLED to have The Walking Classroom as a tool for our students. At the hospital, we serve inpatients as well as students who frequent our outpatient clinics…. Read More
Did you ever have the kind of day that makes your heart beat faster? I did. It was an unusually warm February day, the sun was shining, and the kids were ready to get outside! And… Read More
This post, part of this year’s Walk This Way series which shares The Walking Classroom experiences of teachers and students across the United States, provides a glimpse into Patrecia Shales’ class. Click here to read all… Read More
Thank you for The Walking Classroom. It is because of this program that my students are getting a deeper understanding of STEM concepts while getting physically fit. We look forward to our morning walks, either around… Read More