‘Co-productive research in a primary school environment: un-earthing the past of Keig’

Elizabeth Mary Brebner Curtis, Colin Shepherd, Jane Murison

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Abstract

In this chapter we explore the how this definition of heritage challenges attitudes and beliefs in relation to what school is for and the nature of curriculum and how archaeology in the school-based community opens up possibilities for learning beyond the limitations of a content driven model of learning. This chapter also considers the impact of the outcomes of the historical investigations carried out by children as heritage interpretation in the wider community.
We present a contextualised case study of work carried out in a small rural primary school in NE Scotland. This work brought together a community based landscape researcher whose commitment to the full engagement of non-experts in the planning, investigating and dissemination of landscape research has been richly taken up by a head teacher, her staff and pupils who recognise and value the strength of putting children in charge of shaping what and how they learn.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationHeritage as Community Research
EditorsH Graham, J Vergunst
Place of PublicationBristol
PublisherPolicy Press
Number of pages14
StateAccepted/In press - 13 Mar 2019

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Curtis, E. M. B., Shepherd, C., & Murison, J. (Accepted/In press). ‘Co-productive research in a primary school environment: un-earthing the past of Keig’. In H. Graham, & J. Vergunst (Eds.), Heritage as Community Research Bristol: Policy Press.

‘Co-productive research in a primary school environment: un-earthing the past of Keig’. / Curtis, Elizabeth Mary Brebner; Shepherd, Colin; Murison, Jane.

Heritage as Community Research. ed. / H Graham; J Vergunst. Bristol : Policy Press, 2019.

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Curtis, EMB, Shepherd, C & Murison, J 2019, ‘Co-productive research in a primary school environment: un-earthing the past of Keig’. in H Graham & J Vergunst (eds), Heritage as Community Research. Policy Press, Bristol.
Curtis EMB, Shepherd C, Murison J. ‘Co-productive research in a primary school environment: un-earthing the past of Keig’. In Graham H, Vergunst J, editors, Heritage as Community Research. Bristol: Policy Press. 2019.
Curtis, Elizabeth Mary Brebner ; Shepherd, Colin ; Murison, Jane. / ‘Co-productive research in a primary school environment: un-earthing the past of Keig’. Heritage as Community Research. editor / H Graham ; J Vergunst. Bristol : Policy Press, 2019.
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