Classroom Snapshot: Learning that Focuses on the WHY

Suzanne Blackstock, BHP Teacher North Carolina, USA Describe your BHP classroom in 3 words. Engaging, challenging, innovative Briefly describe your BHP classroom/school setting. We teach BHP to our 8th grade world history classes, about 220 students. This is the first year both teaching world history and using BHP and it has gone well. We meet … Continue reading Classroom Snapshot: Learning that Focuses on the WHY

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

Why Teach Big History Project in NY? Find Out Feb. 27

BHP Team Based in New York? Eager to teach the Big History Project? Full of questions? This event is for you. Join us on February 27 from 4:00-5:30 p.m. at Hudson High School for an information session on teaching the Big History Project course. BHP’s education director, Bob Regan, will be on hand to introduce … Continue reading Why Teach Big History Project in NY? Find Out Feb. 27