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Materials for Instructors

The sample syllabi, rubrics, and explanations of Reacting to the Past below may be useful to instructors who are teaching "Reacting to the Past" for the first time.


Sample Syllabus: Three-Game Sequence
Barnard First-Year Seminar .docx

Sample Syllabus: Two-Game Sequence
Elon First Year Seminar .pdf

Evaluation and Rubrics

Student and Instructor Aids

On Roleplaying
by Nick Proctor .docx

Guide to Addressing Student & Faculty Discomfort
by Reacting Consortium Board .pdf

RTTP Instructor AI Advice
by Reacting AI Working Group .docx

Sample Role Questionnaire

Reacting to High Status Roles
by Alex Helm, Adapted for Reacting by Nick Proctor .docx



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