2021 AP Teacher Week: History and the Arts
These sessions provide best practices, by discipline, for using the digital resources in AP Classroom. Each session focuses on a specific resource:
- AP Classroom: New Year, New Look
- My Assignments: AP Daily, Topic Questions, and Progress Checks
- My Reports: All Assignments and Progress Checks
- Question Bank
Includes Art History, European History, Music Theory, U.S. History, and World History: Modern.
Length: 30 minutes
2021 AP Teacher Week: Art & Design
This session provides best practices for using the digital resources in AP Classroom. This session focuses on AP Classroom: New Year, New Look for the Art & Design program.
Length: 30 minutes
Video Resources from the 2020-21 School Year
Using the 2020 Digital Exhibit as a Teaching Tool in AP Art and Design
Learn how to navigate the digital exhibit, the featured content focusing on student process and product, and get suggestions for how to use the digital exhibit in your face-to-face, hybrid, or online learning environment.
Length: 43 minutes
2020 AP Teacher Day: AP Art and Design
In this session, Rebecca A. Stone-Danahy, Director of AP Art and Design, and M. Colleen Harrigan, AP Art and Design Online Teacher Community Moderator, provide participants guidance and insights on the AP Art and Design Course and Exam Description (CED), resources available on the AP Online Teacher Community, a breakdown of the portfolio requirements and scoring, and student portfolio samples for 2-D, 3-D, and Drawing.
Length: 40 minutes
How to Use AP Daily Videos in AP Art and Design
Director of AP Art and Design, Rebecca Stone-Danahy, and Connie Zammett, AP Art and Design Reader, review how to use the AP Daily videos in your classroom in this informative session. The AP Daily video series outlines the AP Art and Design Course and Exam Description through short, informational videos taught by AP Art and Design instructors. This video covers how to navigate AP Classroom, assign videos to students, and how to approach the video series within your curriculum.
Length: 10 minutes