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Teachers who have taught Pre-AP for at least one full instructional year can engage in additional, optional professional learning. The experienced teacher online module will launch in Pre-AP Classroom in June 2021, and serves to reinforce key program ideas, while supporting teachers in refining instructional practices, and planning for the upcoming school year.

Pre-AP educators also have the option to join an Experienced 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. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis, and space is limited. Register for the Experienced Teacher Virtual Cohorts now!


Need help registering? Access our Registration Guide.

Why Should I Register?


  • Relevant and addresses real challenges faced in the classroom.
  • Boost student outcomes.
  • Led by actual teachers and is educator driven.
  • Learn specific and practical strategies.
  • Reduce the stress of having to develop lessons alone.
  • Get ideas from and ask questions of fellow Pre-AP course teachers.

You’ll Learn How to:

  • Effectively use formative assessments to plan and apply principles of differentiation to lesson preparation.
  • Enhance the learning environment by identifying deeper student needs and making more room for student voice and reflection.
  • Plan for a responsive classroom.
  • Refine your Pre-AP course.
  • Encourage a safe, student-centered learning environment.
  • Improve data synthesis to inform instruction.
  • Implement strategic adjustments to support learning loss and accelerate students back to grade level.
Experienced Teacher Virtual Cohort

Program Requirements

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


Online, Zoom

Instructional Delivery

Live, virtual classes


June, July, August


90 minutes per class. 3 classes total offered in a variety of configurations.

Registration Fee


*Terms and Conditions: One in-kind teacher registration seat will be distributed for every 120 students per newly ordered course for the 2021-22 academic year. Any in-kind seats received for the 2020-21 academic year have been extended to summer 2021 events. In-kind seats will only be provided for the 2020-21 and 2021-22 academic years. In-kind seats must be used for either a New Teacher Virtual Cohort or an Experienced Teacher Virtual Cohort during the summer of 2021 and may not be applied to future workshops. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis, and space is limited. Registration must be completed no later than two weeks before the event start. Fees for late registration, registration cancellation, and no-shows will apply. Registration fees are subject to change annually.


Need help registering? Access our Registration Guide.