How and Why Do Theories Evolve?

Bridgette Byrd O’Connor, BHP Team Louisiana, USA Students ask questions… they ask a lot of questions! Answering them or guiding students to find those answers is part of our job as teachers. Many BHP student questions have to do with the key point in the driving question for driving question (DQ) for Unit 5: How … Continue reading How and Why Do Theories Evolve?

Don’t Skip the First Few Units!

Chris Steussy, BHP Teacher California, USA A note from the BHP team: This blog was originally published as a part of BHP's free, online professional development course, Teaching Big History. To view the article there and learn even more about teaching BHP, visit the Teaching Big History portal. Looking for history? Look right here! That’s … Continue reading Don’t Skip the First Few Units!

Narrative Frames and Usable Courses in History

Bob Bain, Big Historian Michigan, USA A note from the BHP team: This blog was originally published as a part of BHP's free, online professional development course, Teaching Big History. To view the article there and learn even more about teaching BHP, visit the Teaching Big History portal. What makes history useful? Usable? More specifically, … Continue reading Narrative Frames and Usable Courses in History