TEAMS Teaching Award, 2019
Submissions accepted April 1 - August 1, 2019
The purpose of the annual TEAMS Teaching Award is to recognize excellence in designing and teaching lessons in medieval studies, including but not limited to such areas as history, literature, and art history, in K-12 schools as well as college level classrooms. We especially seek lessons that demonstrate skillful implementation of a medieval text (literary, historical, art object, inter alia) within the framework of local curricula. Please see TEAMS website for additional details (
Please list your name (Last, First, title) as you would like it to appear in any publication of your submission.
Please indicate your institutional affiliation.
Participants may only submit in one category.
Indicate the category for your submission:
Curriculum for the K-8 classroom.
Curriculum for the 9-12 classroom.
Early career college educator (This category is intended for participants who have been teaching for 5 years or fewer in a college level classroom.)
Title of Lesson
What is the title of your lesson?
Please share a brief introduction to your submission (100 words or fewer) that specifies for whom the lesson was designed, the objective of the lesson, and how it fits into the larger unit or curriculum.
Share a narrative version of your lesson here. Please select ONE: Copy and paste entire text of your submission OR upload a file (Google Document or PDF).
Upload file: Google Document or PDF
Paste entire text of lesson here.
Please submit any necessary appendices with any relevant handouts or other supporting materials, and/or a list of resources for students and instructors. These are not required.
Attachments may include documents, video, audio, presentation, or image files from a Google Drive. You may also attach a PDF file.
Thank you for your submission and for your work in teaching medieval texts!
Participants will be notified of results in October.
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