How to use this learning and assessment resource to improve practice
People of Medieval Scotland is designed to improve the teaching of medieval Scottish history to children and young people. Specifically, the resource aims to make this complex topic more accessible to younger children. The 32 downloadable resources provide source information for practitioners and the learning journeys include innovative teaching suggestions.
- How can you best engage and excite learners about medieval Scottish history?
- How can you try to ensure deep learning in this topic?
- How can this topic be linked across the curriculum?
Resources and supporting documents for all levels/learning journeys
Early level learning journeys
First level learning journeys
Second level learning journeys
Third level learning journeys
Fourth level learning journeys
The ‘People of Medieval Scotland’ resource materials and learning journeys are the result of a collaboration between scholars at the University of Glasgow, school teachers and Education Scotland officials, in a project funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council and Education Scotland.
The resources and supporting documents were produced by Joanna Tucker from the University of Glasgow, with Dr John Reuben Davies and Professor Dauvit Broun.