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Reacting Instructors Winning Awards

Reacting to the Past is an award-winning pedagogy that has been recognized for its innovation and excellence. But many professors who have embraced Reacting have also found recognition at their institutions and other organizations. We love highlighting the achievements of our members, whether they be grants, awards, or honors!

If you've been recognized for you work while using Reacting we'd love to hear all about it! Whether its a publication, award, or grant, please take a few minutes to fill out our form so we can showcase your achievement!

RTTP Presentations/Publications/Awards Form


Institutional Recognition

Wake Forest University

Innovative Teaching Award (2016)

Ashland University

McDaniel College

Ira G. Zepp Distinguished Teaching Award (2015)

Marymount Manhattan College

Award for Innovative Teaching (2016)

Norwich University

Homer L. Dodge Award for Excellence in Teaching (2016)

Grand Valley State University

Elon University

Vanderbilt University

Ellen Gregg Ingalls Award for Excellence in Classroom Teaching

Melissa Inouye

University of Auckland

Early Career Award in Teaching (2018)

Kyle C. Lincoln and John J. Giebfried

UW-La Crosse

Lone Medievalist Prize for Teaching (2019)

Other Awards and Honors

Kent State University Teaching Council

Summer Teaching Development Grant
To Develop RTTP Game

Tanner Babb

Huntington University

Faculty Emeriti Grant
To Develop RTTP Game

Robert David Carlson, Chase Hagood, and Sout Blum

Alabama Humanities Foundation

Grant
For a Games-in-History workshop prominently featuring RTTP

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