2017 Advanced Placement Summer Institute (APSI)

Overview

The AP® Summer Institute (APSI) Workshop is endorsed by College Board and designed to aid the professional development of teachers, counselors, and administrators who are involved with Advanced Placement (AP®) courses. Workshops are designed for teachers who are teaching an Advanced Placement course for the first time and for experienced teachers desiring refresher training. Topics include subject matter content, test construction, pupil and teacher selection, College Board policies and procedures, and preparation and grading of AP tests.

All workshop instructors will be College Board Endorsed Consultants unless otherwise designated, who have current information regarding AP® policies, including updates on any exam changes that may be occurring. All classes will be conducted on the campus of Auburn University. Specific classroom locations will be announced when that information becomes finalized.

APSI is a collaborative effort between:

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Contact Us

To learn more about Auburn University's AP® Summer Institute, contact Claire Twardy at (334) 844-5100 or by email at opce@auburn.edu

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For 2017, Auburn University and College Board will offer teacher workshops in the following areas:

Session 1: June 19-22, 2017
  • English Language and Composition/ New AP teachers - Becky Stucky
  • English Language and Composition/ Experienced AP teachers - Valerie Stevenson
  • English Literature and Composition/ New AP teachers - Bob Wofford
  • English Literature and Composition/ Experienced AP teachers - Sandra Effinger
  • US Government/ New AP teachers - Suzanne Bailey
  • US Government/ Experienced AP teachers - Joseph Stewart
  • US History/ New AP teachers - Rhonda Rush
  • US History/ Experienced AP teachers - Bill Polasky
Session 2: July 10-13, 2017
  • Biology/ New AP teachers - Robert Summers
  • Biology/ Experienced AP teachers - Mark Little
  • Computer Science Principles - New & Experienced AP teachers - Carol Yarbrough
Session 3: July 17-20, 2017
  • Chemistry/ New AP teachers - Danny Elegante
  • Chemistry/ Experienced AP teachers - John Gelder

Enrollment in each workshop is limited and these offerings are contingent upon sufficient demand. If you wish to attend, register early to ensure that your subject area will be offered and that you will have a seat in the class.

Registration fees:
  • Non-Science AP course* — $600
    *This fee includes instruction, College Board material, daily lunch, breaks, and class material
  • Science AP course* — $650
    *This fee includes instruction, College Board material, daily lunch, breaks, class material, and lab supplies
  • Registration link coming soon

Lodging information coming soon.

Continuing Education Credit

Those completing workshops successfully will be awarded a certificate for Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for the contact hours of instruction completed. Graduate credit is not available for these workshops.

Last Updated: December 5, 2016