This weeklong workshop is designed to give the teacher new to the course a sense of pace and organization while offering the teacher who is a veteran to this program a sense of the subtleties of the new format. To do this, there will be an emphasis on lesson plans, essay preparation and evaluation, multiple choice decoding tactics, review suggestions, and strategies to keep students excited about the course. Besides several take-away sample texts, participants will also be provided with a DVD that has scores of tried-and-true lesson plans, a 180-page AP level test bank, and dozens of power points that demonstrate essay writing techniques. Participants will leave this workshop with an arsenal of lesson-ready teaching ideas. The presenter, Charles Hart, can be reached at email@example.com.
Course Number: EDU 524 section: 45
(3 graduate credits or 2 in-service credits)
August 11-14; 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Suffolk Center, 7180 Republic Airport, Farmingdale
Tuition and Fees: Graduate: $900 or In-Service: $795
Instructor: Charles Hart has been an A.P. World History table leader for the last eight years and has also read A.P. exams in U.S. History and European History since the 1980s. He has facilitated weeklong AP World History workshops in Georgia, Iowa, Florida, North Carolina, Washington, Wisconsin, Texas, Mississippi, California, and Arkansas. College Board has asked Mr. Hart to present the AP World History post-conference workshop at the AP Annual Conference in Washington D.C. in 2010. Mr. Hart currently teaches at Korea International School (Seoul, Korea) and can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application & Registration Instructions
The AP* Summer Institutes may either be taken for 3 graduate credits for $900 (no additional fees) or on a non-credit basis for in-service credits for $795 (no additional fees). You tuition includes: complimentary continental breakfast and lunch each day, approved College Board materials, complimentary textbooks (depending upon the institute) and a binder of handouts from the instructor.
You must attend each day to receive in-service credit. If you are taking the course for graduate credit, in addition to attending the institute each day, there is a project that is due within 2 weeks of the conclusion of the institute.
The registration deadline is three weeks prior to the start date of each institute. Late registration may be possible if space and materials are still available.
The application and registration process differs depending upon the type of credit that you would like to receive. Please click here for either graduate or non-credit (in-service) application and registration procedures.
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