A Big Announcement from BHP

BHP Team Washington, USA Headed to Austin for this year’s NCSS Conference? Big History Project will be there – bigger and better than ever! In addition to our usual programming (engaging sessions and a must-visit booth), we have some big news we’ll be announcing at the conference. You’re going to want to buckle your seatbelts. Because … Continue reading A Big Announcement from BHP

Big Skills Teacher Takes: Narrative and Thresholds

BHP Team Washington, USA Note from the BHP Team: Roll out the red carpet. The instructional skills, pedagogy, and practices in BHP are getting the spotlight. Starting this month, a monthly Big Skills blog features one of the recurring foundational essential skills in BHP, so teachers can go beyond content and dive deeper into how to … Continue reading Big Skills Teacher Takes: Narrative and Thresholds

Bloodshed at Gettysburg: Why Does Civility Matter, Anyway?

Matthew C. Moen, PhD Gettysburg Foundation Pennsylvania, USA Note from BHP Team:  We got pretty excited when we were recently connected with the folks at the Gettysburg Foundation. They’re doing incredible educational work around themes of civility and inclusion—which might not be the first two words that come to mind when the Battle of Gettysburg, one … Continue reading Bloodshed at Gettysburg: Why Does Civility Matter, Anyway?