For those of you implementing the program in a classroom, use these suggestions to help you pack up your devices and plan for next year.
Let’s go walking! Ready, Set . . . Wait! There are several steps to take before you get started.
As summer approaches, you will need to take some simple steps to ensure that your Walking Classroom program materials find a safe home for their off-season and are ready for action come fall! For those of… Read More
Hello, Walking Classroom friends! My students and I used The Walking Classroom for the first time recently, and what a great time we had! We lucked out with a beautiful day in Pottstown, Pennsylvania — a… Read More
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
When I learned that schools in Ohio would close for three weeks due to the outbreak of the coronavirus, I tried to quickly develop a plan to continue to educate my students from afar. That plan… 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
Meet Walking Classroom Ambassador Kristen Rafferty. Kristen has used The Walking Classroom with fourth graders at Carondelet Catholic School in Minnesota since April of 2018. Ms. Rafferty has worked in education for twelve years, having spent… Read More
As summer approaches, it’s important to take some simple steps to prepare your Walking Classroom program materials (and you!) for action come fall! For those of you adopters implementing the program in a classroom setting, here… Read More