Teacher-tested strategies from AP teachers across the United States to help make teaching AP just a little bit easier and make your students much more successful.
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Teaching AP is different than teaching other courses. Because of these differences, you need a specialized set of strategies both to build students’ capacity for this kind of thinking and to prepare students for the AP exam.
The strategies included in this book are designed specifically to be used in an AP course. They directly address the needs of AP students and take into account the nuances of an AP class. Although you can use these strategies successfully with any of your students, they are most effective in cultivating the kind of thinking demanded by AP coursework.
In this guide, Robyn R. Jackson & Dianne Hamilton take you step-by-step through the process of planning your AP Course for the year. Here, you’ll learn how to:
You can use this guide to reflect, plan, and implement strategies that help your AP students actively participate and retain key course content, and manage the unique demands of AP coursework.
*AP is the registered Trademark of the College Board, which was not involved in the production of, and does not endorse, this product.
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Robyn R. Jackson and Dianne Hamilton
Mindsteps Inc. 2012