Walkabouts Case Studies

The Walkabouts platform integrates movement into language arts, math, and reading content for pre-K to second grade students. To learn more about how Walkabouts are used in schools and districts across the United States, click below to read and download each case study.

Keeping Kids Actively Engaged During Hybrid Learning (South Carolina)
Geiger Elementary serves 288 students in Child Development through 6th grade in the Fairfield County School District.
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Meeting the Challenge of Physical Education During Remote Learning (New York)

P.S. 59 is a Public School in District 14 in Brooklyn, NY and serves 340 students in Pre-Kindergarten to 5th grade. 
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First-Grade Teacher Helps Students Learn Fundamental Concepts Through Meaningful Movement (Colorado)

Hygiene Elementary is a small K-5 public school serving 300 students in the St. Vrain Valley School District in Longmont, Colorado. St. Vrain Schools is the seventh-largest district in the state with 57 campuses and programs spread over 411 square miles.
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Movement-Based Remote Learning in a Montessori Classroom (Florida)

Safety Harbor Montessori Academy is a private school based in Clearwater, Florida and serves over 200 students from preschool to middle school.
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Kindergarten Teacher Eases Workload While Keeping Student-Centered Planning Front and Center (South Carolina)

Pelham Road Elementary is a K-5 public school serving 772 students in the Greenville County School District located in Greenville, South Carolina. Greenville County School District is the largest district in the South Carolina with more than 75,000 students.
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Movement-Based Learning Leads to Improved Focus and Engagement at Greenville County Schools (South Carolina)

Greenville County School District is the largest district in South Carolina and the 44th largest in the United States with more than 75,000 students across 106 education centers.
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