IOAPA: Staying Connected with AP and the Belin-Blank Center this Summer

The last week of AP testing wrapped up on Friday, and while AP teachers and Iowa Online AP Academy mentors are breathing a sigh of relief, College Board and the Belin-Blank Center are gearing up to help support you and your AP students for the 2014-2015 school year!

Here are a few things you can do to help get ready for AP for 2014-2015:

Right Now: 

A few days after the AP exam is finished, the College Board will release the free response items from the 2014 exams.  If you have enough time before the end of the school year, talk about these free response questions with your current AP students.  A student discussion around the questions and responses will help you and your students prep for future AP courses.

Celebrate!  Some schools host AP breakfasts or a special lunch/reception after the AP exams are over.  Take the time to relax, and pat yourself on the back.  You all have worked hard and you deserve it!

 

This Summer:

Participate in an AP Summer Institute to learn more about the course content for each AP course and to learn about upcoming course revisions.  (The Belin-Blank Center is hosting an institute July 7 – 10.  Register here.)

Send in your Iowa Online AP Academy mentor form.  All mentors will be contacted in early August to participate in a webinar with Apex AP instructors before the beginning of the next school year.

If you are a counselor, register to attend the free fall counselor workshops.

Attend the AP Annual Conference July 9 – 13, 2014.

 

Congratulations on your participation in AP during the 2013-2014 school year!

2 responses to “IOAPA: Staying Connected with AP and the Belin-Blank Center this Summer

  1. Stephanie Heckart

    I was unable to find the mentor form mentioned in your post when I clicked on the link.

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