Thursday, 5 March 2015

Big Science - creating curriculum connections through the Big History Project

Contact: Chloe Simons, DoE Curriculum Services
p: 0400 048 348   e:
No closing date for information sessions for schools are given on the flyer
Location: Statewide

Intended Audience: All Year 9 and 10 Science Teachers

Big Science uses the international Big History Project to connect the knowledge and practice of science into one meaningful narrative, making classroom science engaging and personally relevant to students.

Bringing together all strands of the Australian Curriculum, and showcasing how science helps solve future humanitarian and environmental challenges.

High quality free resources, ideal for blended learning and flipped classrooms.

Developed by Tasmanian teachers and DoE Curriculum Services in conjunction with the Big History Institute (Macquarie University) and University of Tasmania.