University of Louisville APSI 2014
Welcome to the University of Louisville Advanced Placement Summer Institute
Registration is now closed for Session I and Session II.
Thanks to all our participants!
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)
Click here for Trainer Biographies
- 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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