University of Louisville APSI 2014
Welcome to the University of Louisville Advanced Placement Summer Institute
2014 APSI fees remain at 2013 prices.
Registration is now closed for session I.
The University of Louisville (UofL) is pleased to offer a College Board endorsed Advanced Placement Summer Institute June 16-20 and July 21-25, 2014. New and experienced AP teachers will spend four and a half days exploring the latest methods and curriculum topics in AP curriculum, teaching strategies, and course content. The University of Louisville will offer teacher workshops in the following areas:
Session I: June 16-20 - Advanced Placement Summer Institute (APSI)
-English Literature & Composition (new) Mary Ackerman
-English Literature and Composition (experienced) Pat Whyte
-U.S. History (new) Chris Averill
-Chemistry (new) Lew Acampora
-English Language and Composition (new) Rebecca McFarland
-English Language and Composition (experienced) Sandra Coker
-Environmental Science (combined) Kathryn Weatherhead
-Physics 1&2 (combined) Michelle Strand
Session II: July 21-25 - Advanced Placement Summer Institute (APSI)
-Biology (experienced) Jim Smanik
-Calculus AB (combined) Monique Morton
-World History (combined) Donna Rogers-Beard
-Spanish Language and Culture (combined) Monica Friedman
-Statistics (combined) Linda Young
-Computer Science (combined) Robert Martin
-Chemistry (experienced) Dale Jensen
-U.S. History (experienced) Gerri Hastings - FULL (Waiting list only)
- Non-Science AP Course - $500
This fee includes instruction, College Board material, daily lunch, breaks, and class material
- Science AP Course - $550
This fee includes instruction, College Board material, daily lunch, breaks, class material, and lab supplies
*NOTE: New teacher sessions are generally for teachers with 1-5 years of teaching in the subject matter. Experienced teacher sessions are generally for teacher with 5 or more year teaching experience in the subject area.
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