From Measurement to Emergence - Scott Henstrand

In Big History, educators are pushed to shift their role from being the knowledge-holder assessing students, to becoming a lead-learner equally engaged in learning with the students. This concept is at the core of developing a class with compelling conversations. Learn how a shift in mindset—in this case, from viewing students as a material to be measured, to persons striving to understand the world and finding what is true together—can help teachers create classrooms rich with compelling conversations.