Advanced Placement Summer Institute 2017

The University of Alabama is pleased to partner with the College Board* to offer the Advanced Placement (AP)* Institute for teachers who are current AP teachers looking to strengthen their program, or teachers who are new to the AP program seeking guidance on curriculum and teaching methods. 

2017 Advanced Placement® Summer Institute.

The University of Alabama is pleased to partner with the College Board® to offer the Advanced Placement (AP) Institute for current AP teachers who are looking to strengthen their program or teachers who are new to the AP program seeking guidance on curriculum and teaching methods.  

The New AP Teacher sessions are for designed for teachers new to AP or with minimal training in AP.
The Experienced AP Teacher sessions are designed for experienced teachers who have previously attended an introductory AP training session and have taught an AP course for at least two years.  

Monday, June 5 - Thursday, June 8, 2017

  • Computer Science Principles (New & Experienced AP Teachers)

 

Tuesday, June 20 - Friday, June 23, 2017

  • Biology (New AP Teachers)*
  • Biology (Experienced AP Teachers)
  • Chemistry (New AP Teachers)*
  • Chemistry (Experienced AP Teachers)
  • Physics 1 (New & Experienced AP Teachers)
  • Environmental Science (New & Experienced AP Teachers)

 

Monday, July 10 - Thursday, July 13, 2017

  • Statistics (New AP Teachers)*
  • Statistics (Experienced AP Teachers)
  • Calculus AB (New AP Teachers)*
  • Calculus AB (Experienced AP Teachers)
  • Calculus BC (New & Experienced AP Teachers)

 

Monday, July 17 - Thursday, July 20, 2017

  • English Language & Composition (New AP Teachers)
  • English Language & Composition (Experienced AP Teachers)
  • English Literature & Composition (New AP Teachers)
  • English Literature & Composition (Experienced AP Teachers)
  • U.S. History (New AP Teachers)*
  • U.S. History (Experienced AP Teachers)
  • Government (New & Experienced AP Teachers)*

 

*This class is for A+ College Ready Schools only.
 
 
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