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Professional Development Workshops: Sciences

AP® Workshops

Course-specific workshops provide educators with the best tools and techniques for teaching AP. Participants learn concrete strategies for aligning their instruction with the goals of each course by reviewing course outlines, content-related resources, student exam samples, and scoring guidelines.

AP Biology | Dates and Locations

AP Biology: Transitioning to Inquiry-Based Labs | Dates and Locations

A Day with an AP Biology Reader | Dates and Locations

Quantitative Skills for AP Biology | Dates and Locations

AP Chemistry | Dates and Locations

AP Chemistry: Transitioning to Inquiry-Based Labs | Dates and Locations

AP Environmental Science | Dates and Locations

AP Physics 1 | Dates and Locations

AP Physics 2 | Dates and Locations

AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism | Dates and Locations

AP Physics C: Mechanics | Dates and Locations

AP Physics 1 and 2: Building Students’ Reasoning Skills | Dates and Locations

Strategies for Success in AP Sciences | Dates and Locations

Pre-AP® Workshops

Pre-AP workshops focus on learning specific pedagogical techniques and content-specific strategies that can be incorporated in the classroom.

Pre-AP Strategies: AP Vertical Teams in Science | Dates and Locations
Gain experience aligning science curriculum vertically across grade levels.

Pre-AP: Strategies in Science — Creating a Learner-Centered Classroom | Dates and Locations
Design and use investigations, write dynamic problems, and enhance current classroom activities that focus on inquiry-based learning.

Pre-AP Strategies in Science: Energy System | Dates and Locations
Learn to identify energy concepts that extend across all science subjects.

Pre-AP Strategies in Science: Inquiry-Based Laboratories | Dates and Locations
Learn to incorporate inquiry-based techniques in traditional lab settings.

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