Professional Learning for Experienced Pre-AP Teachers

Take a free Experienced Teacher Online Module in Pre-AP Classroom.

There is no required professional learning for experienced Pre-AP teachers.

However, a teacher who has at least one year of experience teaching Pre-AP is eligible for these professional learning opportunities:

Experienced Teacher Online Modules

Free, self-paced Experienced Teacher Online Modules reinforce key program ideas and support teachers as they refine instructional practices and plan for the upcoming school year - and provide CEUs upon completion. These are available on Pre-AP Classroom.

Visit Online Modules for Experienced Pre-AP Teachers for more information.

Experienced Teacher Virtual Cohorts

These live, online classes provide an opportunity for educators to collaborate and refine their course with Pre-AP National Faculty and peers. The Virtual Cohort consists of four live, online summer classes at 90 minutes each. Continuing education units (CEUs) can be earned by completing all summer classes. The cost is $175 per attendee. Registration is now open. Registration fees are subject to change annually.

Visit Virtual Cohorts for Experienced Pre-AP Teachers for more information.

Online Scoring Modules

Complete scoring modules to further your understanding of examining and scoring student work for Pre-AP performance tasks. Scoring modules are free and available on-demand through Pre-AP Classroom.

Visit Online Scoring Modules for more information.


From mid-June through the end of August, Pre-AP offers a range of free webinars. Webinars are hosted live by College Board staff, along with Pre-AP teachers and administrators, and then recorded and posted on Pre-AP Classroom under the Professional Learning tab within each course.

Visit Pre-AP Webinars for more information.

Pre-AP National Faculty

Experienced Pre-AP teachers are also eligible to apply to become a member of the Pre-AP Program Faculty, College Board-endorsed educators who facilitate professional learning experiences in over 46 states and 1,000+ districts across the nation and around the world.

Visit Pre-AP National Faculty for more information.