Classroom Snapshot: Ms. Cook, 10th Grade World History

Kayla Cook, BHP Teacher California, USA Note from BHP Team: This blog post is part of a new series featuring BHP classrooms around the world. Stay tuned for more!  Briefly describe your BHP classroom/school setting (how many students, how often do you meet, for example) I teach 20 sophomores for first period world history. I … Continue reading Classroom Snapshot: Ms. Cook, 10th Grade World History

BHP Online Community: Why Teachers Love It

We may be biased, but we think the BHP community is the best in history. We’re talking about the individual teachers who comprise said community – teachers with a collective few-thousands-of-years-of-teaching-Big-History experience. Lucky for anyone teaching Big History (or gearing up to do so), this community of educators collaborates year-round in an online community, hosted … Continue reading BHP Online Community: Why Teachers Love It

BHP Teachers Tell: What Happens When You Add Science to History Class

BHP Team When folks sign on to teach the Big History Project course for the first time, an understandably common reaction (and fear!) is: Why all the science? This topic was surfaced recently in the BHP Online Teacher Community, when veteran New York-based BHP teacher Scott Henstrand asked: How has the integration of science into … Continue reading BHP Teachers Tell: What Happens When You Add Science to History Class