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Due to covid-19, College Board is not scheduling in-person professional learning at this time. All professional learning for Pre-AP will be virtual in 2021. 

Teachers who have taught Pre-AP for at least one full instructional year can engage in additional, optional professional learning. The Online Experienced Pre-AP Teacher Modules reinforce key program ideas and help teachers refine instructional practices and planning for the upcoming school year. They’re available for free and on-demand in Pre-AP Classroom and include several topics from which to choose. 

Pre-AP educators also have the option to join an Experienced Pre-AP Teacher Virtual Cohort. These live, virtual classes provide an opportunity for educators to collaborate with Pre-AP National Faculty and peers. Participants will be eligible for Continuing Education Units. 

Fall Professional Learning: In these free live, virtual classes, Pre-AP educators analyze how formative assessment drives planning and instruction to meet the needs of learners. They will also learn how to apply Pre-AP resources to address unfinished learning.

  • Take Action: Unfinished Learning and Pre-AP Formative Assessments–Learning Checkpoints
  • Take Action: Unfinished Learning and Pre-AP Formative Assessments–Performance Tasks

Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.
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Experienced Pre-AP teachers are not required to complete additional professional learning. All experienced teacher offerings are optional.
 

Professional Learning for Experienced Pre-AP Teachers

  Virtual
  Online Experienced Pre-AP Teacher Modules

Experienced Pre-AP Teacher Virtual Cohort (2022)

Program Requirements

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

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

Location

Online, on Pre-AP Classroom

Online, Zoom

Instructional Delivery

Self-paced, on-demand modules

Live virtual classes

Dates

Available now Registration opens spring 2022