July 8-11, 2024
Instructor: Daniel Cooper

Daniel Cooper has worked in education for around two decades. He has taught students with diverse backgrounds in both public and private schools across the United States and abroad. Specifically, he has taught AP World History for over a decade. During his years serving as an AP Reader, Mr. Cooper has scored thousands of student responses. As an Early Table Leader, he helped guide the sample selection process. Additionally, Mr. Cooper has an array of experience leading professional development and writing curriculum. Mr. Cooper finds that increasing student engagement and improving writing skills are two of his specialties.

Course Objectives & Overview

During the week, participants will be exposed to a variety of proven skills and resources that help improve rigor in the classroom. Participants will take an active role in daily sessions that look to build practical skills that teachers can implement immediately.

Day 1:

  • AP Central/AP Classroom/Course Exam & Description
  • Multiple Choice Questions/Personal Progress Checks
  • Pacing Guide/Syllabus
  • Multiple Choice Assessment

Day 2:

  • Short Answer Questions
  • Diversity in the AP Classroom
  • Sample Lessons
  • Teaching the Document Based Question

Day 3:

  • Document Based Questions Continued
  • Long Essay Questions
  • Assessments/Feedback

Day 4:

  • Resources and Support
  • Textbooks & Homework in the AP Classroom
  • Diversity, Equity, & Access

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