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AP Summer Content Trainings
We are very happy to announce that AP for All, in collaboration with College Board, will host AP Summer Content Trainings for new AP teachers. These professional learning sessions are available to AP teachers in AP for All-supported schools at no cost. Presenters will guide attendees through course outlines, content-specific handouts, samples of student work, and scoring guidelines. Please note space is limited, sign up early!
Dates: August 8 and 9
Time: 8:30 – 3:30 PM
Who: Teachers in AP for All schools of the following AP Courses, who will be in their first or second year teaching one of the following AP Courses:
- Calculus AB
- English Language *
- English Literature *
- Environmental Science
- Gov and Politics US
- Human Geography
- Spanish Language and Culture **
- US History
- World History
* In addition to the two day workshop from College Board, AP for All for will offer two days of workshops for AP English on August 24 and August 25. Topics include: Text analysis, timed reading and writing, FRQ tips and pointers, and more. We will send a separate signup link.
** In addition to the two day workshop from College Board, AP for All for will offer two days of workshops for AP Spanish Language on on August 10 and August 11. Topics include: AP for All curricular materials, pacing and exam structure, multiple choice, FRQ tips and hands on calibration. We will send a separate signup link.
The AP for All team will host additional trainings for new and experienced teachers in the fall and throughout the school year. Please do not hesitate to reach out to the AP for All team if we can support you in your planning for next year. You can book a virtual support session with any team member or send an email with any questions.
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