AP provides flexible resources to support all students and teachers, including instructional resources teachers can incorporate into their course.
AP Daily and AP Classroom
When you sign in to AP Classroom, you’ll see your course skills matched with related AP Daily videos.
Sign in to AP Classroom to access AP Daily.
- Made for any learning environment, AP teachers can assign these short videos that cover every skill outlined in the course and exam description as homework, warm-ups, lectures, reviews, and more.
- AP students can also access videos on their own for additional support.
- All videos are available in AP Classroom, on your Course Resources page.
AP Daily Instructors
Expert AP teachers across the country can support your course virtually:
- Lead teacher: Connie Jimenez Zammett, Rockville High School, Rockville, Md.
- Gabe Dorrego, East River High School, Orlando, Fla.
- Martin Loftus, Denver School of the Arts, Denver, Colo.
- Amirra Malak, Hood River Options Academy, Hood River, Ore.
- Narciso Argüelles, Robert College, Istanbul, Turkey
- Brice McCasland, Lovejoy High School, Lucas, Texas
- Chintia Kirana, Booker T. Washington Magnet High School, Montgomery, Ala.
- Cristina Correa, IDEA College Preparatory, San Juan, Texas
- Share real-time strategies, ask questions, and collaborate with teachers worldwide.
- Search, add, and rate teacher resources with your peers in the resource library.
- Daily or weekly digests help you keep up with your community, wherever you are. Select all discussions or just the topics and discussion threads you choose to follow. You can also reply to discussion posts through email.
From College Board
AP Instructional Resources Overview
A one-page quick guide showing how the tools in AP Classroom can be used to support instruction in any learning environment—in person, online, or blended.
Synthesis of Materials, Processes, and Ideas in the AP Art and Design PortfolioThe AP Art and Design portfolio requires students to submit works showing skillful synthesis of materials, processes, and ideas. Watch this recorded online session to learn strategies for helping students consider and connect these three elements as they create their portfolio.
Documenting Practice, Experimentation, and Revision in the AP Art and Design PortfolioThe Sustained Investigation section of the AP Art and Design portfolio requires students to create a body of work based on an area of personal inquiry and to document their process of practice, experimentation, and revision. Watch this recorded online event to learn strategies for helping students carry out their inquiry and document their process.
Connecting Visual and Written Evidence in the AP Art and Design PortfolioBoth sections of the AP Art and Design portfolio require students to submit writings about their work. Watch this recorded online event to learn about the role of written evidence in both the sections of the portfolio. The webinar includes a discussion of short reflective writing prompts that can help students document their thinking as their portfolios develop.
From Your AP Colleagues
Using a Sketchbook in AP Art and DesignIdeas for using sketchbooks to promote student creativity and artistic innovation. Although this guide does not perfectly align to the current CED, it remains a helpful resource for teaching AP Art and Design.
Leading Critiques in AP Art and Design ClassesIdeas for giving and facilitating constructive critiques and open dialogue for both beginning and advanced students. Although this guide does not perfectly align to the current CED, it remains a helpful resource for teaching AP Art and Design.
Stimulate: Using National Gallery of Art Islamic ResourcesAlthough this article does not perfectly align to the current CED, it remains a helpful resource for teaching AP Art and Design.
Field Trips as a Means in Developing Sustained InvestigationsAlthough this article does not perfectly align to the current CED, it remains a helpful resource for teaching AP Art and Design.
Tips for Starting a Successful AP Art and Design ProgramInformation and ideas for how to get a new AP Art and Design program off the ground. Although this article does not perfectly align to the current CED, it remains a helpful resource for teaching AP Art and Design.
Cartooning and Comic Book Art in the AP Art and Design EnvironmentAlthough this article does not perfectly align to the current CED, it remains a helpful resource for teaching AP Art and Design.