AP Mentoring is an online teacher-to-teacher professional support program that allows teachers looking to enhance their instruction to work with experienced teachers who have a record of classroom success. The program is offered in three subjects: AP Computer Science Principles, AP English Literature & Composition, and AP U.S. History. AP Mentoring offers two options:
- Offers 10 sessions, hosted throughout the school year
- Provides timely support, from assistance with syllabus and lesson plan refinement to tips for maintaining student engagement, to exam preparation
- Offers 4 sessions, hosted between January and May
- Focuses on helping teachers prepare students to take the AP Exam
Quick AP Mentoring Facts
- All sessions take place via video chat
- Mentee teacher time commitment is no more than two hours per month – sessions are one hour long, with no more than an hour of reflection and preparation between each
- AP Mentors are selected from the national pool of experienced AP teachers through a rigorous application process. They are trained to support your teachers and provided with a flexible curriculum.
Take a Closer Look at AP Mentoring
Review the AP Mentoring curriculum outlines
Take a look at the topics mentees will cover with their mentors, session-by-session, during the AP Mentoring Full-Year program.
Why Enroll Your Teachers?
- Mentee teachers in the same subject from the same school or district can be grouped together with a mentor.
- Meet your state or district requirements for providing mentoring to your teachers without expending resources to create your own program.
- Your teachers receive personalized, timely feedback grounded in the most up-to-date AP requirements.
To learn more, access pricing information, enroll your teachers, or send questions directly to the AP Mentoring program, please visit our Enroll in AP Mentoring page.