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AP Mentoring is your opportunity to have on-going support in a small group setting with experienced AP teachers. Your mentor group will be tailored to your needs and experience level. During the program, you will attend four online group meetings with an experienced AP teacher to discuss strategies to support your students’ success and access shared documents through the AP Mentoring platform. All meetings are an hour long and take place Monday–Friday, during a time convenient for you between 4–10 p.m. ET.


Open to all teachers of AP Computer Science A, AP Computer Science Principles, AP English Literature and Composition, AP U.S. Government and Politics, and AP U.S. History.

Session Options

Session Options

CED & Course Planning

Available: Fall Semester
Experience Level: New or Experienced

Focused on the Course and Exam Description, curricular requirements, and course planning. Learn how to better manage and plan your course.

Strategies & Pedagogical Tools

Available: Fall Semester and Spring Semester
Experience Level: New or Experienced

Focused on instructional strategies, tools, and best practices to be used in your classroom.

Assess & Reflect

Available: Spring Semester
Experience Level: New or Experienced

Focused on the scoring rubrics and reviewing student samples to help teachers work with their students to succeed on the AP exam.

Join us for AP Mentoring

Join us for AP Mentoring

Step 1. Register for a session based on what you’d like to focus on and your experience level in your subject.

Step 2. Select a mentor group that aligns with your schedule and your preferred mentor on our AP Mentoring online platform.

Step 3. Meet with your mentor group once a month using our AP Mentoring online platform.

Step 4. Attend all four meetings and complete a feedback survey to receive your certificate of 0.4 CEUs.


I have learned so much from [my mentor]. I'm already implementing many of the items we spoke about such as applying historical thinking skills, essay writing, focusing on themes and connections, pacing the content and the list goes on.

—AP U.S. History teacher


Registration Fee


Fall Semester (Sept-Dec)

Spring Semester (Jan-Apr)







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Contact Us

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