Advanced Topics and First Time Workshops
As part of our ongoing effort to offer challenging and engaging workshops, we have selected some of the AP* courses most frequently offered in high schools and created First Time workshops and Advanced Topics workshops. Both workshop options present unique challenges and opportunities for teachers with varying levels of subject area experience.
First Time workshops are designed for teachers who have taught their AP* course for three or fewer years, regardless of their level of teaching experience and/or subject area experience. First Time workshops focus on effectively planning, organizing, and implementing AP* curriculum. First Time workshops will also discuss the AP* Exam itself, including strategies for preparing students.
Advanced Topics workshops are designed for teachers who have taught their AP* course for three or more years. Advanced Topics workshops focus on specific curriculum topics and increasing content knowledge. The content of Advanced Topics workshops are partially guided by the participants' needs and tend to spend less time discussing the specifics of the AP* Exam.
The June Workshops' 2014 Registration Deadline is May 28, 2014. Late registrations will be accepted on a space-available basis until June 16. All registrations will be processed in the order in which they are received. Registrations for June Workshops received after May 28, 2014 will assessed a $50 late fee; registrations for June Workshops received after June 5, 2013 will be assess a $100 late fee.
Print the 2014 Registration Form - Mail your registration and pay with a check.
Summer Teaching Institute 2014
June 24-27 Workshops
Communication Arts and Literature
Mathematics and Computer Science
Social Sciences/Social Studies
- American Themes
- Art History
- European History
- Government & Politics: Comparative
- Government & Politics: United States
- Human Geography
- Psychology: Advanced Topics
- Psychology: First Time
- United States History (Sleete)
- United States History (Berry)
- United States History (Section 3)
- World History