Using “Big Questions” to Research Your Little Big History Topic

Damian Pawlowski, BHP Teacher California, USA Throughout the Big History course, students have many opportunities to ask great questions about the Universe, our planet, and humanity. Students also develop their research skills as they navigate the units of the course and gain a deeper understanding of the Big History thresholds and themes. In the culminating … Continue reading Using “Big Questions” to Research Your Little Big History Topic

Little Big Histories Deep-Dive

BHP Team This month, we’re digging deep into BHP’s Little Big History (LBH) projects. It’s the season to do so, after all! Across the globe, Big History teachers are engaging students in this individualized research project, which serves as a capstone for the course. If you ask  BHP teachers what they love about Little Big … Continue reading Little Big Histories Deep-Dive

LAUNCHING YOUR FIRST LITTLE BIG HISTORY: SOME TIPS

Bob Bain Big Historian, Professor of History & Educational Studies, University of Michigan BHP Expert Post I recently received an e-mail from a 9th grade BHP student asking me for some tips on doing her Little Big History. I thought I would share her note and my response. She wrote: Hello Mr. Bain, I am … Continue reading LAUNCHING YOUR FIRST LITTLE BIG HISTORY: SOME TIPS