World History: Advanced Topics (hist 1277)
About the Workshop
This course is intended to fulfill the needs of current, experienced teachers who are involved in the Advanced Placement* World History curriculum. While a brief review of the course will occur, there is an expectation that teachers attending this course are ready for an examination beyond a description and introduction of the College Board* curriculum guide. An emphasis will be placed on the AP® World History course redesign beginning in 2016-2017. Pedagogical issues such as support for students who need extra assistance in an AP® class, and instructional issues and scheduling will also transpire. Teachers should be prepared to share course calendars, pedagogical insights and (on the last day) share a favorite, or ‘best practice,’ lesson with the group. Please bring a computer that will enable you to write as well as search. A portion of this course will be devoted to creating lessons and assessments that are more closely aligned with the recently updated curriculum.
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About the Instructor
Eric Hahn has been teaching since 1986, and he has been in the Advanced Placement* program since 1997. He has taught both Advanced Placement* United States History and Advanced Placement* World History and has been an essay reader for the College Board* program for the past seventeen years. He earned his PhD from St. Louis University in Curriculum and Instruction in 1999. Eric has been a consultant for the College Board* since 1998. He received recognition as a Peabody Leaders in Education Award, World Affairs Council Teacher of the Year, the Benjamin Hooks Excellence in Education Award, and Outstanding Educator from the University of Chicago.