Pre-AP training equips middle and high school teachers with the strategies and tools they need to engage their students in learning that encourages critical thinking so that students develop habits of the mind necessary for success in AP and college courses.
AP training equips high school teachers with the ability to teach college-level, subject-specific courses developed by the College Board and assessed by nationally standardized examinations for college credit or placement. Emphasis is placed on the course structure, pedagogy to cover the breadth of content, and assessment techniques, including grading and analyzing responses to AP exams. Make plans to attend.
All scholarship applications for summer 2015 APSIs are due by Feb. 15, 2015.
For College Board AP Fellows and AP Rural Fellows Scholarship program information and application, please click on http://professionals.collegeboard.com/k-12/awards/ap-grants.
College Board sponsored scholarships are also available for teachers attending: Physics 1 & 2: Algebra-based, US History and Art History.
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