Instructional Resources

AP Classroom

Whether you’re teaching in person or online, these free, flexible online resources can keep your class on pace throughout the year.

AP Classroom Highlights

AP Classroom is constantly updating thanks to feedback from educators and students.

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Unit Guides

Unit guides feature an outline of the exam, pacing suggestions, and unit weighting to highlight topics with the biggest impact.

Unit guides include:

  • An outline of the exact content and skills covered on the exam
  • Pacing and sequencing suggestions to help you integrate material into your courses
  • Topic pages, which describe the content for each topic
  • Unit weighting to focus instruction on topics that will make the biggest impact
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AP Daily

AP Daily videos are short on-demand videos, led by expert AP teachers, that cover all course content and skills. Assign them to students, saving your limited, direct class time to focus on the areas where students need help the most.

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Topic Questions

Assign formative questions to check student understanding as you teach each topic.

Assign topic questions:

  • Before you teach a topic, to assess prior knowledge
  • While you’re teaching a topic, to get immediate feedback on student learning
  • After you teach a topic, to get data on what students know and are able to do
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Progress Checks

Unlock progress checks to assess student understanding of the topics and skills by unit.

Assessments measure knowledge and skills through:

  • Multiple-choice questions with rationales explaining correct and incorrect answers
  • Free-response questions with scoring information

 

Teachers may use the class report to develop lesson plans and focus on the topics and skills students should continue practicing. Students get feedback on their answers at the teacher's discretion.

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My Reports

Analyze your students’ results using a gradebook-style view of all your students' assignments.

Recognize achievement and prioritize additional support by:

  • Pinpointing strengths and weaknesses on AP content and skills
  • Charting class and student progress throughout the school year
  • Equipping students to monitor their own progress and take steps to improve
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Question Bank

Build quizzes using a searchable database of real AP questions indexed by course content and skills. Use it to create customized practice and tests that you can assign on paper or online.

Use filters and search to find questions that:

  • Align best to the current course and exam
  • Are designed for daily, formative practice
  • Should be reserved for end-of-year, AP Exam practice
  • Are only available to teachers vs. publicly available

How to Get Started

Access AP Classroom to start using the resources.

Sign In to AP Classroom

If you’re teaching an AP class for the first time, your AP Course Audit form must first be submitted and approved.

Learn How to Sign In

Get Your Join Codes

Each AP class section that you teach has a unique join code that allows your students to join the class in AP Classroom.

Get Started with Join Codes

Create Class Sections

Create class sections before school begins so students can join on the first day and you can start setting up assignments.

Review Class Section Steps