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The College Board offers professional development workshops for new and experienced AP teachers as well as AP coordinators and administrators. Led by experienced instructors, each opportunity features innovative best practices and research-based strategies, designed to develop and deepen the skills of all education professionals.

Online professional learning resources are also available below.

Our Annual Offerings

June–August: For an in-depth look at the course and exam, attend an AP Summer Institute. AP Summer Institutes take place across several days and offer more than 30 hours of instruction.

September–April: One-day workshops are offered.

Search for an upcoming AP World History workshop.

Online Modules

Teaching and Assessing

Teaching and Assessing AP World History gives you online access to sample free-response questions, examples of how to score student responses, videos of master educators modeling key instructional strategies, and resources to help you implement these strategies in the classroom.

Teachers can access these self-paced modules anytime during the year and will earn 0.2 CEUs and a certificate for each module completed.

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Working with Challenging Primary Sources

An Evening with the AP U.S. Government and Politics Chief Reader – In this two-hour workshop you'll spend some time with the AP U.S. Government and Politics Chief Reader as he walks through the free-response questions and scoring guidelines for the new exam.

Quantitative Analysis in AP U.S. Government and Politics – In this two-hour workshop you'll look at the ways students will engage in quantitative analysis in the re-designed AP US Government and Politics course and review some instructional strategies for building students’ proficiency.

Argumentation in AP U.S. Government and Politics – In this two-hour workshop you’ll look at the ways students will engage in argumentation in the re-designed AP US Government and Politics course and review some instructional strategies for building students’ proficiency.

More information will be available in late summer 2018.