All courses will be taught by College Board-certified consultants and current AP teachers. The instructors have led numerous AP workshops, served as AP exam readers, and presented at many summer institutes.
These workshops are designed for those teachers who are teaching an AP class for the first time or seek to improve their effectiveness. During the week, teachers will become familiar with the curriculum as provided by the College Board. The courses listed below will offer teachers great insight into the course design, methodology, delivery of content, and the AP exam.
Session 1 - June 20-23, 2023
Session 2 - June 26-29, 2023
The Registration deadline is June 1, 2023.
In each workshop, there is a minimum enrollment of 12 and a maximum enrollment of 30 participants. Registrations are accepted in the order they are received.
Registration can be completed online only.
All applicants will receive a notification, via E-mail, with the status of their registration. If your registration is not accepted a full refund will be issued.
A fee of $500 includes the workshop instruction fees, lab fees, continental breakfast & daily lunches, and the workshop materials. (fee updated 1-7-22 to reflect increased costs)
Cancellation & Refund Policy
If registration is cancelled for any reason, the individual or organization making the payment will receive:
(1) a full refund, less an administrative fee of $25, if the cancellation is received by June 1,
(2) no refund for a "No Show" or a cancellation received after June 1.
The University of St. Francis offers a three-credit online graduate course for educators attending the Advanced Placement Summer Institute. An extra fee of $260.00 per credit hour is required along with additional assignments. Visit stfrancis.edu/real/professional-learning for registration information. Please note a separate registration is required for this graduate credit opportunity.
Questions? Contact: Gina Korczak email@example.com; 815-740-3743
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