In the medieval period, universities taught medical students only from Latin texts, but during the Renaissance, scholars began to ask questions and think scientifically. They returned to original Greek ideas of observation and experimentation, leading to a revolution in medicine.

This clip is from:
History, Medicine through Time
First broadcast:
27 June 2007

Pupils might consider how we learn in science lessons today (through tests and experiments). From the clip they could mind map how scholars then learned and compare the various differences,