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									        Advanced Placement Program*
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As a teacher, you have an important job to do-
 you must take our children and teach them,
      encourage them and most of all...

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Fees                                           Clothing and Climate
Fees include workshop, course materials,       Please dress comfortably and casually
breakfast, lunch and parking.                  for all workshops. Sacramento daytime
                                               highs can be in the upper 90s in July, with
Advanced Placement Program* Summer
                                               cooler temperatures in the evenings. Air-
Institute Workshops: $670 per person
                                               conditioned classrooms may be chilly so a
for registrations received by July 18 and
                                               sweater is recommended.
$710 per person for walk-in registrations.
Each AP* workshop is approved for two          Location
semester units of academic credit. The unit    All AP* and Pre-AP* workshops will be
fee is an additional $100 and is payable       held on the Sacramento State campus.
at the first class meeting. For AP* Biology,   Meals
Chemistry, Studio Art and Physics, a $50       Breakfast and lunch provisions will be
lab fee also applies.                          available each day and are included
                                               in your registration fee. Participants
Pre-AP* subjects are approved for three
                                               are responsible for their own dinner
CEUs; an additional fee of $65 applies.
                                               arrangements. A variety of restaurants
Funding and Employer paid Fees                 located near Sacramento State offer a
The College Board provides funds to            wide range of menus and prices.
individual teachers under its AP* Fellows
Program. The deadline to apply to the          housing on Campus
College Board is February 15, 2010.            Housing on campus is available. Please
Please visit the College Board’s AP*           indicate your need when registering.
Fellows Program at www.collegeboard.           rooms in the new
com/cbfellows to download the                  American river Courtyard:
application. If your employer is paying         * Studio w/kitchenette: $48/night.
your fees, please complete and submit a         * Apartment-style 2 bedroom, 2
registration agreement form.                      bathroom suite w/kitchenette (sleeps 4
                                                  people): $52/bedroom/night, perfect
registration                                      for Pre-AP* teams.
If you are paying your own fees, please
register by calling (916) 278-4433.            room rates in the traditional halls:
                                                * Single Room $33/night.
registration Confirmation                       * Double room (sleeps 2 people):
A Sacramento State map, driving
directions and parking permit will be
mailed to you prior to the start of the        Room rates include linens, towels,
institute.                                     washcloth and small soap.
                                               If you prefer a hotel room, please visit
refund policy                        
A full refund, less a $25 processing fee,
will be issued for cancellations received in   Workshop Cancellation policy
writing by June 11, 2010. After June 11,       The College of Continuing Education
substitutions can be made but refunds will     makes every effort to maintain the
not be issued.                                 published workshop schedule. If a
                                               workshop is cancelled participants will
Accessibility                                  be able to enroll in another workshop or
The College of Continuing Education
                                               receive a full refund.
would like to ensure that all participants
enjoy their learning experience. Please
call Manuela McClary at (916) 278-5485
by June 11, 2010, to alert us of any
restrictions or special needs.
Attendance at all sessions is mandatory to
earn credit and a certificate of completion
(where applicable).

                                For More Information
       Please contact Manuela McClary at or (916) 278-5485.
                    Advanced Placement Program*
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                                                  July 19 - 23, 2010

Advanced placement program* summer Institute workshops provide an opportunity
for teachers to enhance their Ap* curriculum, understand the Ap* exam structures,
and develop strategies for teaching both content and analytical skills.
Helps participants plan and organize an AP*
Biology course including setting timetables,
delivering techniques that enable student success
on AP* Biology exams, and helping students
organize materials and become independent
learners. Emphasizes laboratory experience in
required lab topics. Includes lectures, discussion of
appropriate biological topics, using the Internet to
aid in teaching, and a review of AP* Biology testing
procedures and previous exams. Instructor: Michael
Basham, M.A., is the science department co-chair at
El Dorado High School in Placerville and has been
teaching biology and AP* Biology for the past 23
years. He has been a College Board consultant for
the last 19 years, and has served as an exam reader and table leader. He is a past
member of the AP* Biology Test Development Committee. Sigma Xi recognized him as
an Outstanding Science Teacher in the greater Sacramento area, and he has also been
awarded the Access Excellence Fellow, NABT Outstanding Biology Teacher, and is a
Siemens award winner.
Calculus AB/Experienced
Participants will work through the details of the entire 2009-2010 AP* Calculus
AB syllabus with illustrations of all major topics. This includes the definition of the
derivative, the chain rule, the fine points of locating maxima and minima, integration
by substitution, integration of rates of change, relating graphs of functions and their
derivatives, separable differential equations and slopefields, and the Fundamental
Theorem of Calculus. The ability of technology to quickly compute an approximation
to a definite integral has opened up easier solutions and new approaches to old
problems. Other application problems will also be discussed with a strong emphasis
on the definite integral as an accumulation of a rate of change. Calculator use will
be discussed and programs will be shared. The scoring standards for the 2010 Free
Response will be presented and participants will be shown how it was scored using
actual student samples. Participants should bring a graphing calculator, sample lesson,
and textbook they will use to the institute. Instructor: howard Alcosser, M.A., has taught
all levels of high school mathematics for 32 years. He has taught AP* Calculus AB
and BC at Diamond Bar High School in Diamond Bar, California, for 26 years where
he was the architect of the AP* Calculus program that was designated “Best in the
World” in 2005 and “Best in the Nation” in 2007 by the College Board in their Report
to the Nation and California’s Best by the Siemens Foundation in 2008. Howard was
named one of 20 Exemplary AP* teachers in the Western Region by the College Board
in 2006. Howard has been an AP* Calculus Reader for the past eight years and has
presented workshops and summer institutes as a College Board endorsed consultant in
Sacramento, Minneapolis, San Diego, Los Angeles, Denver, Chicago, Atlanta and San
Antonio. He has also presented at the AP* Annual Conference in Las Vegas, and for
the NCTM and California Mathematics Council in Palm Springs, California.

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Calculus AB/New
The calculus session will cover all topics on the Calculus AB syllabus. This includes
limits and continuity; the concept of a derivative as a rate of change; computation
of derivatives; the Mean Value Theorem; applications of derivatives, including
optimization and related rates; definite integrals and Riemann sums; techniques
of antidifferentiation; applications of integrals, including area, volume, average
value, and accumulated change; the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus; slope
fields; and separable differential equations. This institute is designed to focus on the
content knowledge described in the AP* syllabus as well as techniques and ideas
for developing a successful AP* program. We will cover content topics, syllabus
construction using AP* audit guidelines, and teaching strategies with hands-on activities
and discussion. Graphical, numerical, analytic and verbal representations will be used
to foster a more complete understanding of calculus. Samples of free response and
multiple choice questions from previous AP* exams will be presented, indexed by topic
and solved together, to develop an understanding of the content and the College Board
philosophy for choosing questions for the AP* exam. Participants will receive a variety
of classroom tested activities and calculator programs to enhance their own teaching,
as well as a complete set of lecture notes for a college-level Calculus I class. Emphasis
will be placed on the Special Focus on Approximation and preparing students for
the AP* exam. Participants will be trained to grade free response questions using the
scoring standards used at the AP* Reading. Participants should bring a TI 83+ or TI
84+ graphing calculator and a flash drive to store electronic files. Instructor: David
platt, Ph.D., has been a full-time mathematics faculty member at Front Range Community
College since August 2000. He served as an AP* Exam Reader, from 1991 – 1998
and from 2000 – 2006, and as a Table Leader from 2007 to the present. He taught
AP* Summer Institutes for the College Board from 1992 – 1996 and from 2003 to the
present. He also presented AP* Professional Development Workshops for the College
Board from 1991 – 1998 and from 2002 to the present. His publications include a
module in a pre-calculus mathematics reform textbook and an introductory computer
programming textbook.
                                                   Chemistry participants should be
                                                   prepared for an intensive overview
                                                   of the AP* Chemistry course with
                                                   particular attention paid to laboratory
                                                   work, the structure and content of
                                                   the AP* Chemistry examination and
                                                   a number of key curricular areas.
                                                   The course will begin with a brief
                                                   discussion of the general issues that all
                                                   AP* teachers grapple with including
                                                   timetable variations, course outlines
                                                   and resources. The development of
                                                   the rubric, the setting of standards
                                                   and the process of applying them
                                                   to the AP* exam will be explained
                                                   by an experienced exam reader.
                                                   Curricular areas unique to AP*
                                                   Chemistry will be linked to a large
                                                   variety of previous exam questions.
Four different laboratory activities will be performed and discussed. Participants should
come prepared to share their favorite demonstrations, lab exercises and other best
practices. Instructor: Larry hockenberry, M.S., taught AP* Chemistry at Fred C. Beyer
High School in Modesto, California, for eight years. He also served as a reader for
the AP* Chemistry exam for the past nine years and has worked as a consultant with
the College Board conducting workshops for AP* Chemistry teachers. For the past six
years, he has been an adjunct instructor in chemistry at Modesto Junior College.

Economics (Micro and Macro combined)
The AP* Economics summer workshop is designed to investigate the problematic areas
of teaching AP* Micro and AP* Macro Economics. After a review of the College
Board’s content specifications for micro and macro economics, the workshop will
focus on the specific content concerns detailed by workshop participants, as well as
those topics outlined by the Chief Reader in Student Performances Q&A, and topics
appearing in Professional Development Workshop Materials in AP* Economics.
Throughout the specialized investigations, workshop participants will be able to (1)
refine, edit or modify their existing AP* Economics syllabus, (2) develop effective
pedagogy and learning strategies for teaching economics, (3) develop or refine existing
measurement and evaluation procedures,
and (4) review AP* Economic texts and
resources. Instructor: Francis McMann, Ph.D.,
teaches AP* Micro and Macro Economics
and Philosophy at George Washington
High School in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where
he also serves as chair of the history and
social sciences department. He is also
chair of Social Studies Curriculum and
Instruction for the Cedar Rapids Community
Schools. Since 1991, he has served as a
faculty consultant for AP* Economics and is
currently a consultant for the College Board’s
Midwest region. In addition to facilitating
many AP* conferences and institutes, he
has contributed to publications concerning
curriculum, measurement and testing. He
is a frequent contributor to the College
Board’s AP* Economics publications and is
co-author of the AP* Instructional Manual
for Economics: Public and Private Choice.
He is a past member for the College Board’s
National Academic Advisory Committee
for History and Social Sciences and served
as an Assessment Specialist for Educational
Testing Service. He is the recipient of the
College Board’s 2009 Distinguished Service
English Language and Composition
Expect to share your best practices and experience joy and inspiration from working
with like-minded, lifelong learners. Discover renewed energy to stimulate the intellectual
engagement of students. Examine the role of the AP* teacher and discuss our
commitment to equity. Learn ways to develop close reading and encourage substantial
writing and peer response. Apply the new focus on synthesis, including visuals
and footnoted materials. Explore the sequencing and purpose of assignments with
appropriate emphasis on rhetoric, argument, analysis, research and holistic scoring
of the 2007 exam. Instructor: Akua Duku Anokye, Ph.D., is associate professor of
Africana Language, Literature and Culture at Arizona State University. Dr. Anokye
is the director of the First Year Composition program at ASU’s west campus. Among
her publications are essays “Oral Connections to Literacy” in the Journal of Basic
Writing; “Private Thoughts, Public Voices: Letters from Zora Neale Hurston” in Women:
A Cultural Review; and the book, “Get it Together: Readings in African American
Life,” Longman Publishers. Dr. Anokye is past chair of the Conference on College
Composition and Communication. She has served in a variety of capacities with ETS
and the College Board including table leader for both the SAT II and AP* English
Language and Composition exams and has recently been appointed to the College
Board’s AP* English Language and Composition Test Development committee.

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English Literature
This course is designed to provide an inclusive curriculum and pedagogical base for
teachers of the high school AP* English Literature class. The class will also give an in-
depth and hands on examination of the exit exam attached to the content of this college
level course taught at the high school level. Instructor: Barbra Brooks-Barker, M.A., has
been an active participant in the education of our youth for the past 30 years. She has
served as an outstanding English Literature and Composition teacher, a table leader
and reader for AP* English Literature exams. She is one of the authors of The Vertical
Teams Guide for English. She has served as a Pre-AP* coordinator for the Elk Grove
School District and currently serves the educational community as a National Consultant
for the College Board, as well as for her own private consulting company.
Environmental science
The workshop is a comprehensive collaborative effort designed to aid in the
development and teaching of a successful AP* course within the guidelines of the
College Board. Participants will have an interesting and interactive week focusing on
skills helpful in teaching AP* Environmental Science. They will emphasize lab activities,
particularly ways of doing labs that fit within different budgets. Generally, this means
looking at both high-tech and low-tech ways of accomplishing the same objective.
The lab activities will support all major study components on the AP* Topics Outline.
Additionally, the workshop will develop the skills and techniques necessary to help
students perform well on the AP* Environmental Science exam. This is a participatory
workshop and participants should come prepared to be involved in the process of
developing materials and activities to share with others in the course. Instructor: Michael
Mayfield, M.S., is an instructor of life sciences at Indiana Academy of Sciences,
Mathematics and Humanities, Teachers College, Ball State University. He has been a
College Board consultant and has been conducting one- and five-day workshops since
2000. He received the Distinguished High School Teacher Award from the University of
Chicago and the Distinguished Teacher Award from Kenyon University.
European history
Learn which essential elements of European intellectual, political, cultural, social,
economic, and diplomatic history to emphasize in order to help students succeed in
their coursework, perform well on the AP* European History exam, and develop both
a passion for, and an understanding of, European history. Explore how to develop
students’ ability to analyze historical evidence and their capacity to express historical
understanding in writing. A variety of assignments, activities and assessment tools will
be used to transform your students into historians. Instructor: susan Gerard, M.A., is the
history department chairperson at Lewis and Clark High School in Spokane, WA. She
has been teaching AP* European History for 25 years. She has been an AP* Exam
Reader since 1996 and a table leader since 2000. She also taught AP* workshops
and institutes for the past 10 years.
She is the recipient of the following
teaching awards: VFW Teacher
of the Year; Stratford Foundation
for Educational Leadership in
History; Spokane Public Schools
Distinguished Teacher Award;
and in 2001 she received a
Gates Foundation Teacher
Leadership Grant. In 2007,
she earned a National Board
Professional Teaching Certification
in adolescent and young adult
history/social studies and received
the Spokane Public Schools Equity
Award. In 2009, she won a
Microsoft Peer Coaching Grant.

French Language
AP* French Language will provide participants
with ideas and techniques to enhance the
enrollment of students in the AP* French program.
Participants will become familiar with the content
of the exam as well as its different components.
Each day will cover listening, reading, writing
and speaking preparations. The exams and
their grading will be reviewed. Time will also be
devoted to collegial interaction and the exchange
of successful strategies for student preparation
in the AP* classroom. The changes to the AP*
French exam for 2010 will be reviewed in
detail. Instructor: Christophe Barquissau, M.A.,
M.S., was born and raised in Paris, France. He
earned his first American master’s degree from
the University of Arizona in French literature and a second one in pedagogy (SLAT).
He is currently teaching AP* French Language and Literature at Los Altos High School.
Mr. Barquissau has been teaching French since 1994 at the high school and university
levels. He was appointed as a reader and consultant for the College Board in 1996,
and has conducted one- and five-day curriculum throughout the United States.
Government & politics
This course is designed for new and continuing AP* Government and Politics teachers
who wish to enhance resources, materials, and methods to teaching AP* Government
and Politics. The class will include approaches to course development, content of the
AP* curriculum and resources for teaching the course. Participants will engage in
activities for using supplemental readings and scaffolding for challenged students, as
well as activities designed to increase understanding and test taking skills. During the
week, participants will share ideas, questions, methods, materials and will develop
units and resources for use in planning and teaching. Each participant will develop
plans for one reading or critical thinking activity. Instructor: katheryn hedges, M.Ed.,
has over 15 years experience teaching AP* Government and Politics at the high school
level, and nine years experience teaching U.S. Constitution and American National
Government at the community college level. In addition to teaching in the classroom,
Mrs. Hedges has worked in staff development and mentoring, coaching young teachers
at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. She was certified at the secondary
level and qualified for certification in education and political science at the community
college level. A College Board endorsed AP* consultant, Mrs. Hedges is also a
government and politics exam reader and has served as a course auditor. She currently
teaches American National Government at Glendale Community College in Glendale,
physics B & C
This workshop will explore the difference between Physics B and C and review the
benefits of both. The majority of time is devoted to hands-on labs and demos, e.g.,
force and motion, computer probe discussion, electrostatic and electricity. Rotation
dynamics, rotary motion sensors and the physical pendulum will also be discussed.
Teachers will participate in mock AP* exams and lively discussions and reviews of the
grading of exams for B and C. Time will be available for sharing of best practices,
discussion, and review of textbooks, lab manuals, sig figs, graphing and multiple topic
questions. Instructor: Jes hernandez, M.S., has been teaching physics and AP* Physics
at Lawrence Hill High School - Math, Science, and Technology School in Massachusetts
for the past 10 years and was an adjunct professor of Physics at Northern Essex
Community College in Haverhill, MA. He is currently a reader for the AP* Physics
exam and has been a College Board consultant, teaching one- and five-day workshops
throughout the country. In 2010, he will serve as a member of the AP* Physics
Development Committee with the College Board.

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spanish Language
This workshop will cover the five-part structure of the AP* Spanish Language exam:
listening, speaking, reading, writing and culture. Detailed information regarding the
test grading system will be given. The class curriculum and school support needed in
order to create and maintain a strong AP* Spanish program will discussed. Successful
strategies and teaching methods for different types of students (native speakers, non-
native speakers, large or small classes) will be addressed, as well as those student
skills that need to be reinforced on a regular basis. Time will be devoted to analyzing
and reviewing sample texts. Instructor: José I. suárez, Ph.D., is currently professor of
Hispanic studies at the University of Northern Colorado. From 2000 to 2004, he was
a member of the AP* Spanish Test Development Committee and has been a reader of
these tests for the last 17 years. He is also a College Board endorsed consultant in the
area of AP* Spanish Language and Literature. In addition to the University of Northern
Colorado, Dr. Suárez has taught for over 30 years at Michigan State University, the
University of South Carolina, Clemson University, and St. Leo College.
studio Art
Participants in this workshop will look at and explore the three major areas that are
constant in the teaching of art: quality, concentration and breadth. The course is
designed to assist high school teachers of AP* Studio Art in planning their lessons and
preparing their students to successfully develop portfolios in 2-D design, 3-D design
and drawing. Rubrics for each section of the three portfolios will be looked at and at
the end of the week, teachers will be able to effectively evaluate their students’ work.
Time will be provided to share information and network. A field trip to the Museum of
Modern Art (MOMA) in San Francisco is planned. Instructor: Douglas Allen, M.A., has
been teaching AP* Studio Art for over 25 years and is currently a Fine Arts Consultant
for Jordan School District in Utah. He has been working with the College Board, both
as an exam reader and consultant, for the past eight years and has lead one-day
workshops and five-day institutes nationally. Besides being an educator, Mr. Allen is
also an accomplished artist and has many commissions for his paintings.

U.s. history
Assists in planning an AP* U.S. History curriculum to enable students to develop
necessary exam success skills including an understanding of the ability to write clear,
coherent essays, to develop and support reasonable hypotheses and the capacity to
analyze critically historical questions using primary documents. Throughout the week,
the focus will be on organizing the course, teaching methods, reading and writing
assignments, classroom activities, and other relevant issues. Instructor: Matthew
Ellington has taught AP* U.S. History for the last 16 years and has been an AP* Exam
Reader since 2000. He is an endorsed AP* and Pre-AP* workshop consultant and has
presented numerous single day and week-long workshops for the College Board.

World history
AP* World History is one of the most
exciting new courses to come in a
long time. Teaching 10,000 years
of history make this a challenging
course. Time will be spent focusing
on course management and skill
development. First, the course will be
outlined, discussing format, pacing,
class requirements and day-to-day
structures. Second, three major areas
of concern in any social science class
(reading, writing and testing) and the
development of skills and strategies
that will help teachers meet students’
needs. Finally, AP*World History
exams, analyzing the multiple-choice
and essay portions of past AP* exams will be done to best organize the course around
successful teaching and learning. Instructor: kathryn “Gussie” Wyndham, M.A., is
among the first 50 teachers trained by the College Board in the delivery of AP* World
History workshops. She has served as a presenter throughout the western United
States, Columbia, Thailand and Canada and has been a speaker at the AP* Annual
Conference. Ms. Wyndham has been a classroom teacher for 29 years and an AP*
Reader for six years. She is the recipient of various awards and recognitions, including
a Fulbright scholarship, a Woodrow Wilson fellowship, a William Coe scholarship and
an East Asian Institute scholarship.
pre-Ap* English
This course is designed to provide direction, models, and training to English teachers
of grades 6-12, organized around a series of productive activities, meetings and
workshops. The Summer Institute week is designed to assist teachers in understanding
the reading, writing and communication skills that are fundamental to advanced work in
English. The end result is the formation of vertical teams, composed of English teachers,
from grades 6 to 12, working collaboratively to create a comprehensive, coordinated
English program that is planned and implemented by the teachers themselves. Vertical
teams support teachers who wish to enhance rigor throughout their school’s English
curriculum with an aim toward bridging the achievement gap. While individual
teachers can profit from the strategies demonstrated during the training, the activities
are especially geared toward teams of teachers from the same school or feeder
patterns. Instructor: Francie F. Teitelbaum, M.A.T., currently teaches English 12 and AP*
English Language and Composition 11 at Monterey Trail High School in the Elk Grove
Unified School District. She has been teaching English for 34 years and has worked
with middle school, high school and college/graduate school students. Additionally, she
is an AP* faculty consultant, conducting a variety of workshops for AP* and Pre-AP*
teachers. Having taught AP* English Literature and Composition for 15 years, Francie is
also a reader of the AP* English Literature exams.
pre-Ap* Math
Pre-AP* Mathematics, or vertical teams, is a course designed for middle school and
high school teachers. This course will equip participants with some strategies and tools
that can be used to engage students in active, high-level learning to prepare them to
be successful in AP* Mathematics. The content will focus on key skills to be taught in
grades 7-10 that will help prepare students for success in higher level mathematics
classes, including AP* Mathematics. In addition, the course will address the process
and benefits of establishing a vertical team that focuses on increasing the enrollment
of students in high-level mathematics, especially AP* Mathematics. Instructor: Cheryl
Williams is vice principal at Monterey Trail High School in the Elk Grove Unified School
District. She has taught mathematics and AP* Mathematics since 1999. Ms. Williams
has been a College Board consultant since 2003 and has served on the organization’s
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Equity and Access Committee. Prior to becoming vice principal, she served as the
regional vertical teams coordinator for her school district.
pre-Ap* science
The success of students in the AP* Science courses is directly correlated to the strength
of the feeder program of which students are a part. The Pre-AP* Science program
provides students with the opportunity to start developing the necessary academic skills
to take AP* classes with confidence. The major goals of this course are to help Pre-AP*
and AP* level teachers to clearly identify the skills and concepts necessary for students
to succeed in advanced classes.
Teaching strategies, curricular materials, and assessment methods that will help prepare
students to achieve this success will be provided and discussed. Science topics will be
developed from foundation level skills as well as concepts that lead to the intermediate
level and culminate in advanced topics. Throughout the course, participants will be
exposed to lab work, applications of inquiry-based activities, demonstrations, Internet
resources and digital technologies used to enhance this Pre-AP* course.
The AP* curriculum and exams will be used as benchmarks. Participants will perform
actual lab activities, including calculations with both statistical and graphical analysis.
They will work in pairs to solve and present problem sets from previous AP* exams
and determine which concepts are appropriate for the Pre-AP* level courses. Each
participant will also be asked to share a favorite annotated website which they
effectively use in their own classroom. Be prepared to share an experiment, teaching
tip, demonstration or lab activity. Instructor: Chasity Malatesta, M.A.T., M.S., has
been teaching science, AP* and honors biology, anatomy, and physiology for the
past 12 years. For eight years now, she has been involved with the College Board
as a consultant, teaching one- and five-day workshops, working as an AP* reader.
Recently, she completed a two-year period with the College Board redesigning the AP*
biology curriculum. Her passion is biology, professional development and facilitating
opportunities for teachers to create a learning environment that engages diverse
students and keeps teachers renewed and connected to the core of why they became
pre-Ap* social studies
The Pre-AP* Social Studies course is largely oriented in the discipline of history and
will focus on helping teachers create vertical teams which emphasize social studies as
a process, reading, critical thinking, using and evaluating evidence, and writing in the
social studies curriculum. Instructor: George henry, M.A., has taught AP* U.S. History
in the public and private schools in Salt Lake City, Utah, since 1985. He is currently on
the faculty at East High School and an adjunct instructor in the history department at the
University of Utah. Mr. Henry has been a consultant for the College Board in AP* U.S.
History and served on numerous College Board committees. He has been reading AP*
U.S. History exams since 1991. He was a member of the Social Studies Vertical Teams
Development committee, and has been a contributing writer of the Special Topics for
Social Studies Vertical Teams. Recently, Mr. Henry completed the 2010 edition of the
AP* Achiever Guide for Glencoe McGraw Hill. He currently serves as a College Board
National Trainer.

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College of Continuing Education considers the participant formally enrolled in the class.

Participants may cancel enrollment up to 24 hours prior to the class start date (excluding weekends and holidays) by calling (916) 278-4433 between
the hours of 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. If another participant will be sent in place of the one listed, please request a
Registration Change Notice form and send it with the new participant to the first class meeting.

Failure to notify the College of Continuing Education of cancellation 24 hours prior to the course start date renders the signer responsible for the
entire course fee. Please refer to the Non-Credit/CEU Refund and Transfer Policy for more information. The signer may be liable for any costs
incurred for collection of fees.

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