Teacher Webinars

AP Math and Computer Science Webinars

Learn about online sessions and webinars, or watch recorded ones, for Calculus AB, Calculus BC, Statistics, Computer Science A, and Computer Science Principles.

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AP Computer Science Principles: How to Avoid Plagiarism and Exam Violation

December 6 at 6:30–7:30 p.m.ET 

This webinar is for both students and teachers. We’ll discuss the plagiarism and exam violation policies, view examples of student plagiarism, and cover instructions to ensure students’ compliance with the policies. Encourage your students to attend by sharing the registration link.

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Train Like an AP CSA Reader

December 7 at 6:30–7:30 p.m. ET

This webinar provides teachers with a greater understanding of how skills are assessed in the AP Computer Science A free-response questions and how the scoring guidelines are used to score student responses. Using a similar training approach as at the AP Reading, we will review scoring guidelines and practice scoring student responses.

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The Latest

What Students and Teachers Are Saying About AP Computer Science Principles

October 19 at 7:30–8:30 p.m.ET

In this webinar we will review the student and teacher survey data from the 2021-22 exam year to understand what students and teachers like about the course (so that we continue the good work) and discuss strategies to overcome obstacles that students encounter.

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What Students and Teachers Are Saying About AP Computer Science A

October 18 at 7:30–8:30 p.m. ET 

In this webinar we will review the student and teacher survey data from the 2021-22 exam year to understand what students and teachers like about the course (so that we continue the good work) and discuss strategies to overcome obstacles that students encounter.

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2022 AP Teacher Week: Math and Computer Science

August 1–4. These sessions provide best practices, by discipline, for using the digital resources in AP Classroom. Includes Calculus AB, Calculus BC, Statistics, Computer Science A, and Computer Science Principles.

Length: ~20–50 minutes

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Archived

Video Resources from Past School Years

Evaluating the Create PT As an AP Reader

This webinar provides you with the skills gained through reading and scoring the AP CSP Create Performance Task. Using a similar training approach as AP Reading, you independently review training materials and practice scoring five student samples. In this recording we clarify rubric rows that participants found difficult to interpret and answer questions.

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Increase Student Engagement in AP Computer Science Principles

Review the student and teacher survey data about the course, and in particular what students find most enjoyable. Get tips and ideas for how to make your course more engaging for students.

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Increase Student Engagement in AP Computer Science A

Review the student and teacher survey data about the course, and in particular what students find most enjoyable. Get tips and ideas for how to make your course more engaging for students.

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AP Computer Science Principles Updates for 2020-21

This 75-minute session provides a detailed overview of AP CSP course and exam updates for the 2020-21 academic year to guide your instruction in 2021-22 and beyond.

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AP Computer Science Principles: Create Deep Dive for Teachers

The Create Performance Task was updated as of the 2020-21 school year. To help you administer this task, this webinar walks you through then performance task directions, guidelines for administration, and scoring.

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AP Computer Science Principles: Create Deep Dive for Students

Students can watch this webinar for guidance on the Create Performance Task directions, task guidelines, and the submission process.

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AP Computer Science Principles: Digital Portfolio Submission Changes

The digital submission process for the AP Digital Portfolio was updated as of 2020-21 school year. Students are required to enter their responses to the written response prompts directly into the digital portfolio, rather than using a template. Get familiar with the submission process.

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