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Advanced Placement Summer Institute

The Advanced Placement Summer Institute is a program that offers high school teachers the opportunity to improve their skills through short workshop courses, offered for graduate credit or audit.

 The 2020 Institute will be held from August 3-7. Please contact us at apinstitute@manhattan.edu or at 718-862-7209 with any questions. The Director of the Institute is Dr. Bridget Chalk.

Before registering at the link below, please make sure you have registered with the College Board at Manhattan College Cvent Registration. Then proceed with our registration.

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While our courses focus on curricular and pedagogical development and review of Advanced Placement course and exam material for new and experienced teachers, the opportunity to connect with fellow educators offered by the Institute is equally valuable. As a participant, you will discuss and share teaching methods and materials, all while gaining graduate credit and/or personal development hours.

Teachers who do attend an AP Summer Institute in 2020 should be able to: 

  • Understand the Course
    • The course framework defines the scope of the course and specifies what students must know and do to be successful on the AP Exam.
  • Plan the Course
    • Sequencing, pacing, and scaffolding are essential for building students’ understanding and their ability to transfer and apply knowledge and skills.
  • Teach the Course
    • Effective instructional strategies help students to develop a mastery of course content and skills over time.
  • Assess Student Progress and Understanding
    • Learning requires time, practice, and regular feedback.

 Courses Offered

  • Art History
  • Biology
  • Calculus AB
  • Calculus BC
  • Chemistry
  • Computer Science A
  • English Language & Composition
  • English Literature & Composition
  • Environmental Science
  • European History
  • French Language & Culture
  • German Language & Culture
  • Human Geography
  • Italian Language & Culture
  • Micro/Macroeconomics
  • Music Theory
  • Physics I
  • Psychology
  • Spanish Language & Culture
  • Spanish Literature & Culture
  • Statistics
  • Art and Design (formerly Studio Art)
  • U.S. History
  • U.S. Government & Politics 
  • World History

The following courses have been redesigned in recent years. Any participant who took one or more of these courses before the year indicated may take the redesigned course for credit. 

  • 2018: U.S. Government & Politics
  • 2016: Calculus AB, Calculus BC, World History
  • 2015: Art History, European History
  • 2014: Physics I, U.S. History
  • 2013: Chemistry, Spanish Language