Fostering a Positive Learning Environment
APUSH can be a tough go at times. How do you foster a positive learning environment for both teachers and students? There are many practical methods that help create an optimal classroom experience.
Classroom Technologies & Other Resources
Are you a techie? If the answer is yes or no, this will be a great resource for you. The best apps to use in the classroom will be examined. With technology on your side, success in the course will be highly achievable.
Building Your Study Skills and DBQ Skills
Discover ways to read various sources you'll encounter in APUSH, discuss how to take effective notes, and how to structure your SAQs with evidence-based writing techniques for this course. With these skills, success in the course will surely be achieved.
Foundations of the Class
Understanding the foundations of the course is essential for success of both students and teachers. The new changes for the year will be unpacked as issues such as new content topics and pacing will be examined.
Exam Part I: Multiple Choice and SAQ
Sixty-percent of the APUSH test score performance is determined by success in part 1 of the exam. So let's get the test off to a great start by breaking down the test into easy to use methods that ensure success.
APUSH Student Skills
The skills are the building blocks for the APUSH course. The development of these study skills are essential to success in the class. Learn from an experienced student about the study skills that best prepare a student for success.
APUSH for New(er) Teachers
At first, teaching APUSH can feel like a daunting task. This assignment becomes less daunting and even fun when it is broken down by an experienced teacher.
Using Dates as an Exam Strategy
While AP US History doesn't explicitly require students to know dates, knowing dates are extremely helpful in answering all kinds of questions correctly and in brainstorming appropriate evidence for written work.
Inside the Exam - Strategies and Advice from an APUSH Reader
This session will discuss common APUSH patterns of topics and questions
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