Course-specific workshops provide educators with the best tools and techniques for teaching AP. Participants learn concrete strategies for aligning their instruction with the goals of each course by reviewing course outlines, content-related resources, student exam samples, and scoring guidelines.
Pre-AP workshops focus on learning pedagogical techniques and content-specific strategies that can be incorporated in the classroom.
Participate in activities in which students learn to collect data, and use graphs and numerical summaries to get information from data and communicate that information.
Engage in activities that enable students to analyze and understand chance events, including classical probability, law of large numbers, and probability rules, distributions, and conditions.
Develop deep content knowledge of functions and learn strategies for teaching them, including topics such as linear, quadratic, and nonlinear functions.
Learn strategies for designing and using investigations, writing dynamic problems, and enhancing classroom activities.