At GEM we develop innovative learning projects that contribute to sustainable development in heritage education. Read about some of our projects here and discover the resources that these projects have generated.
The Learning and Sharing Centre project empowered GEM to establish and provide the best continuing professional development possible for heritage educators, advocate for the value of heritage education and increase awareness and routes into heritage education for those in and out of the heritage sector.
The Scottish Museums Council and the Group for Education in Museums worked in partnership on a project to increase and enhance the learning services that their museum and gallery members offer.
The Learning Outside the Classroom (LOtC) initiative is about ensuring that all young people have a variety of high quality learning experiences outside the classroom environment.
Sounding Out Your Heritage is all about getting over 60s together in small groups to explore times gone by and record their personal stories.
The aim of the project was to provide practical support to museums and galleries throughout Wales by developing high quality learning and access programmes