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Use this calendar to keep on track as you support your school’s implementation. Note that the manuals and handouts mentioned in this timeline are available for download in the Resource Library.

Summer 2020

Program and Role Orientation

  • Confirm designated roles for Pre-AP coordinator, Pre-AP administrator(s), and Pre-AP Course Audit administrator for 2020–2021
  • Download the Pre-AP Coordinator’s Manual and review your Pre-AP coordinator responsibilities.
  • Update any contact information with the Pre-AP Program at [email protected].
  • Use Pre-AP outreach resources to plan effective and timely outreach activities for the entire school community. See the sample meeting resources in the Resource Library.

Pre-AP Course Audit

  • Share Course Audit access codes with the Course Audit administrator and school administrators. The Course Audit administrator access code is emailed to the Pre-AP coordinator once orders are finalized.
  • Ensure the Pre-AP Course Audit administrator and all Pre-AP course teachers have completed the Course Audit process as soon as possible to ensure access to instructional resources and professional learning modules on Pre-AP Classroom. All teachers must complete the Course Audit for the 2020-21 school year by October 15, 2020.

Digital Support

Professional Learning

Instructional Support

  • Confirm instructional materials have been received and distributed to Pre-AP teachers and students. For assistance with instructional material orders, contact Pre-AP at [email protected].
  • Review the Pre-AP Additional Course Materials Requirements in the Pre-AP Coordinator’s Manual or on respective course pages to identify required materials not included in your Pre-AP instructional materials.
  • View Pre-AP Classroom for each course to find teacher guides, student materials, assessments, and professional learning modules. Standards Crosswalks for select states are available on Pre-AP Classroom under respective courses.

Fall 2020

Pre-AP Course Audit

  • Confirm Course Audit completion for the 2020-21 school year by October 15, 2020.

Digital Support

Instructional Support

  • Read the Pre-AP Assessment Guidelines in the Pre-AP Coordinator’s Manual to understand the Pre-AP learning checkpoints and performance tasks. Support teachers in the administration of the learning checkpoints, scoring of performance tasks, and use of student performance data.
  • Visit Pre-AP classrooms and provide instructional support to teachers.
  • Explore available resources in the Resource Library and the Pre-AP Leader Resources on Pre-AP Classroom to support your work.

Professional Learning

  • Support teachers in completing the required Online Foundational Module Series and any additional professional learning requirements outlined by your school or district.

Winter 2021

Instructional Supports

  • Share the required Online Foundational Module Series with new Pre-AP course teachers and leaders joining the staff midyear.
  • Order additional Pre-AP course instructional materials for the spring if needed. For assistance with instructional material orders, contact Pre-AP at [email protected].
  • Ensure Pre-AP course teachers are completing the Online Scoring Modules for their performance tasks. The modules are located on Pre-AP Classroom. Additional information is available in Pre-AP Assessment Guidelines in the Pre-AP Coordinator’s Manual.

Spring 2021

  • Prepare for and administer the Pre-AP Final Exams (if applicable). Administration dates will be published on Pre-AP Classroom. Pre-AP Chemistry, Pre-AP English 2, and Pre-AP Geometry with Statistics will have final exams beginning in the 2021-22 school year. Confirm technology requirements are reviewed and met prior to final exam administration.
  • Prepare for Pre-AP Summer Institutes by visiting the Professional Learning page. Registration for the 2021 Pre-AP Summer Institutes for new Pre-AP course teachers and leaders opens in February 2021. All Pre-AP course teachers and one leader are expected to attend a Pre-AP Summer Institute or complete Online Foundational Module Series to meet program requirements.