The pandemic had a huge impact on many of us but for those in vulnerable groups, no longer able to meet face to face, it was particularly difficult. How could archaeology be used to bring people together during these difficult times and help combat the isolating effects of lockdown and its impact on wellbeing?
Teacher Alexander Conlon shares his experiences as an Archaeology graduate and a member of the Ardnamurchan Transitions Project team.
Discover Greyfriars Kirkyard using these fun resources created by Edinburgh World Heritage, Archaeology Scotland and young people from 6VT Youth Café designed to help visitors explore and reflect on their visit to Scotland’s most famous graveyard.
If you’re looking to explore Scotland’s past, it helps to know a bit more about the different time periods. And now, thanks to a fantastic article from the Dig It! team, this information is just one click away!
This online CPD event was held on 21 April 2021 and looked at some of the many ways in which educators can use archaeology as inspiration for interdisciplinary learning projects with children and young people.
A fascinating blog post from Glasgow University’s Dr Kenny Brophy packed with practical activity ideas to help you explore Scotland’s prehistoric rock art with your young learners.
A substantial and comprehensive learning resource about Scotland’s Neolithic rock art.
Discover archaeological sites of different time periods from across the Whiteadder Project study area, and ideas for how to use these sites as a springboard for learning.Read more about Whiteadder: Historic Heart of the Lammermuirs …
Find workshop bookings, links to resources, archival records and statistics available for educational use at the National Records of Scotland.Read more about Learning at National Records of Scotland (NRS) …
Find events, talks, courses and online resources.Read more about Adult Learning at the National Records of Scotland (NRS) …