BHP Team This month, our big question is: How Do Minerals Make Our Planet Unique? We dig through the strata in a BHP content article blog post that links to a new, rockin’ activity you can add to your lesson repertoire. In this activity, students explore the co-evolution of rocks and life on Earth. There’s some interdisciplinarity thrown in there, … Continue reading BHP Activity: How Do Minerals Make Our Planet Unique?
We may think we are the first organisms to remake the planet, but life has been transforming the Earth for eons. Adapted for publication and use by Big History Project from the essay, “Mineral Fodder,” by Robert Hazen, published on Aeon.co. If you look at science textbooks and sources like Wikipedia, the separation of geology … Continue reading How Do Minerals Make Our Planet Unique?
BHP Team This month, we’re focusing on the big question: How do we know where we are in the Milky Way? We dig into this topic in a guest expert BHP Blog post that sets the foundation for a new, out-of-this-world activity you can use in the classroom tomorrow. In this activity, students are confronted with a … Continue reading BHP Activity: How do we know what the Milky Way looks like?