CAMWS Awards for Excellence in Teaching
CAMWS offers two awards for excellence in teaching. Kraft Award for Excellence in Secondary School Teaching recognizes outstanding teachers of Latin in public or private schools (middle schools included). The CAMWS Award for Excellence in College Teaching recognizes outstanding teachers of the Classics in college or university. Both full- and part-time teachers (who teach at least half-time with a minimum of five years teaching experience) are eligible for either award. All nominees must be current CAMWS members. Nominees for the Kraft Award must be high school or middle school teachers at the time of application, and nominees for the CAMWS Award must teach at the collegiate level at the time of application. No nominee may previously have won a teaching award from CAMWS.
These awards are made annually. The recipients are announced at the annual CAMWS meeting and each receives an award of $500. Honorees are encouraged to accept their awards in person at this meeting.
The nomination deadline is November 15th. The deadline for receipt of all application materials is December 20th.
For further information about the award for middle or high school teachers, please go to Kraft Award for Excellence in Secondary School Teaching. To make a nomination, go to this Online Nomination Form.
The 2019-2020 recipient of the CAMWS Award for Excellence in College Teaching was Teresa Ramsby of the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
|The 2019-2020 recipient of the Kraft Award for Excellence in Secondary School Teaching was Robert Patrick of Parkview High School in Liilburn, Georgia.
Read the citation here.