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ASPPH Presents Reacting to the Past: An Innovative Simulation/Game Approach to Learning

The Reacting to the Past (RTTP) pedagogy consists of elaborate games, set in a specific time and place. Get an overview of (RTTP) and learn how the Broad Street Pump Game would work in a public health classroom. Presenters discuss competency alignment and student experiences, and provide suggestions regarding other learning games.

Target Audience:  Faculty

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe how to use the teaching method, Reacting to the Past (RTTP)
  • Depict one example of using RTTP in a public health setting
  • Outline general student learning outcomes from RTTP approaches to learning
  • Featured Speakers

    Rachel Schwartz, PhD, MSPH

    Associate Professor, Health Policy and Management, Georgia Southern University Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health

    Naomi Norman, PhD

    Associate Vice President for Instruction, University of Georgia & Co-Director, UGA Reacting to the Past, University of Georgia

    Thomas "Chase" Hagood, PhD

    Director, Division of Academic Enhancement & Co-Director, UGA Reacting to the Past, University of Georgia

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