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Workshop Topics

The following topics are addressed in all AP workshops, public, private, or online:

  1. Course and Exam Description (CED): Discussion of each section of the CED making connections to the curricular requirements
  2. Course Introduction: Development of a semester and/or yearlong instructional plan that incorporates all units, topics and skills of the course, as referenced in the CED
  3. AP Classroom: Exploration of examples of how AP Classroom can be utilized to cultivate each skill/practice using example student data provided by the College Board and create lesson plans that reinforce topic and skill connections
  4. Assess and Reflect: Practice interpreting data within the Instructional Planning Report to identify student strengths and weaknesses and reflect on implications for instruction
  5. Strategies and Pedagogical Tools: Identification and explanation of various instructional strategies and tools, in addition to AP Classroom, that you can incorporate into your lesson plans to teach the content and skills in the course and exam description.

Online Module Descriptions

Module 1: Course and Exam Description
Participate in a 90-minute live Zoom session where an experienced AP educator facilitates a discussion on each section of the course and exam description and make connections to the curricular requirements.

Module 2: Course Introduction
After watching a 10-minute recording led by an experienced AP teacher on pointers and considerations for planning out your course, submit your plan for one unit and receive individualized feedback from an experienced AP educator.

Module 3: AP Classroom
Watch a 45-minute recording led by an experienced AP teacher on how to leverage AP Classroom to help support students and teach your AP course, by using features such as formative assessments, feedback, and AP Daily. Afterward, develop and submit one lesson plan and receive individualized feedback from an experienced AP educator.

Module 4: Assess and Reflect
After watching a 60-minute recording led by an experienced AP teacher on how to score student responses based on the rubric, practice scoring samples on your own and check for understanding.

Module 5: Strategies and Pedagogical Tools
Participate in a 90-minute live Zoom session where an experienced AP educator shares various instructional strategies, tools, and best practices that you can incorporate in your lesson plans to teach your AP course.

Available AP Subject Workshops

One-day, multiday, and online workshops are available in the following AP subject areas.

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Art and Design (2-D, 3-D and Drawing combined)

Italian Language and Culture

Art History

Japanese Language and Culture

Biology

Latin

Calculus AB

Macroeconomics

Calculus BC

Microeconomics

Calculus (AB and BC combined)

Music Theory

Chemistry

Physics 1

Chinese Language and Culture

Physics 2

Comparative Government and Politics

Physics 1 and 2 (combined)

Computer Science A

Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism

Computer Science Principles

Physics C (Electricity and Magnetism and Mechanics combined)

Economics (Macro and Micro combined)

Physics C: Mechanics

English Language and Composition

Psychology

English Literature Composition

Spanish Language and Culture

Environmental Science

Spanish Literature and Culture

European History

Statistics

French Language and Culture

U.S. Government and Politics

German Language and Culture

U.S. History

Human Geography

World History: Modern