The Advanced Placement Summer Institute is designed to help new, beginning, and future AP teachers plan and implement more effective AP programs in their schools. The Institute workshops share with teachers the curriculum content and teaching methods of AP courses and explore the content, structure, and grading of the AP exams. In addition, the workshops afford teachers the opportunity to interact with colleagues and to discuss issues and concerns surrounding the AP courses they will teach.
Teachers who do attend an AP Summer Institute in 2019 should be able to
- Understand the Course
- The course framework defines the scope of the course and specifies what students must know and do to be successful on the AP Exam.
- Plan the Course
- Sequencing, pacing, and scaffolding are essential for building students’ understanding and their ability to transfer and apply knowledge and skills.
- Teach the Course
- Effective instructional strategies help students to develop a mastery of course content and skills over time.
- Assess Student Progress and Understanding
- Learning requires time, practice, and regular feedback.
|Session 1 July 15-18||Session 2 July 22-25||Session 3 July 29-Aug. 1|
|English Literature & Composition||US Government & Politics||English Literature & Composition|
|English Language & Composition||French Language & Culture||English Language & Composition|
|US Government & Politics||Art History||Computer Science Principles|
|European History||Calculus AB||Statistics|
|US History||Psychology||US History|
|World History||Environmental Science||Spanish Language & Culture|
|Computer Science A||Chemistry||Physics|
Participants receive a certificate indicating the number of hours of instruction you have participated in equivalent to 3.0 Continuing Education Units (CEUs). No graduate credit is available at this time.