Teaching AP® Statistics
This online course includes intensive sessions for teachers who are designing an AP® Statistics course for their high school or planning to take over an existing program.
What you can learn.
- Understand the benefits and challenges of an AP® Statistics course
- Learn about the AP® program, timing, and scheduling decisions that must be made when offering the course
- Get tips on establishing a classroom experience that inspires students to do their best work
- Create your own syllabus for a two-semester AP® Statistics course
- Get recommendations on curriculum and book selection, source books, audiovisuals, and web-based learning opportunities
About this course:This 45-hour equivalent online course includes intensive sessions for teachers who are designing an AP® statistics course for their high school or planning to take over an existing program. AP® statistics is a college-level course that concludes with an exam (offered each May) that covers a full year of course work. Participants explore new techniques geared toward teaching a college-level statistics course to high school students. Instruction also focuses on tips for the AP® statistics exam. Participants have the opportunity to share with other new and continuing AP® statistics teachers. Administrators and AP® coordinators should find this course useful, as it explains the design, benefits, and challenges of an AP® statistics high school course.
Summer 2020 Schedule
These courses are fully online and have no regular meeting times.
College Board workbook to be mailed prior to class start date. There is a $70 nonrefundable amount to cover the cost of workbook, in addition to the standard $30.00 nonrefundable amount.
When enrolling please provide a valid street address where a Federal Express shipment can be accepted and a telephone number; P.O. box addresses cannot be used except when military addresses are involved. APO, FPO, etc addresses are acceptable.
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Enrollment limited. $100.00 nonrefundable