AP Spring Seminar: Professional Development
TCU Spring AP Exam Preparation Virtual Seminar 2023
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Date: Saturday in February (please see below)
In this Spring seminar, Teachers will:
- Create review plans to address student knowledge deficits and prepare students for what to expect on the AP exam
- Develop spiral reviews on highly-tested topics with interactive learning strategies for testing success
- Incorporate strategies to increase students’ writing on free response questions
- Discover resources to support your AP exam review
Who should attend: TCU’s 3-hour Virtual Spring Seminar is intended to assist educators with review plans to address student knowledge deficits and prepare students for the AP® exam. They will discover interactive learning activities for spiral reviews, free response writing strategies, and additional resources to support the AP® exam review.
When and Where: Saturdays in the Fall from 9-12 Central Standard Time. Please see specific dates for each course. Sessions will be held online via Video Conferencing in an interactive format.
Registration: Download 22-23 TCU Professional Educator Registration Form to pay by check or purchase order. Click here for all courses available for Online registration to pay by credit card only.
Early Registration: $100 (Through December 31, 2022)
Standard Registration: $125 (Begins January 1, 2023)
To see the course description and register online please click on the individual session title link.
|Spring Seminar Session Offerings||Meeting Date & Time|
|AP Biology with Karen Davis||Saturday, February 18 (9:00-12:00)|
|AP Calculus with Cedric French||Saturday, February 25 (9:00-12:00)|
|AP Chemistry Todd Abronowitz||Saturday, February 18 (9:00-12:00)|
|AP English Language with Alfonso Correa||Saturday, February 18 (9:00-12:00)|
|AP English Literature with Elizabeth Davis||Saturday, February 18 (9:00-12:00)|
|AP Environmental Science with Tony Villarreal||Saturday, February 18 (9:00-12:00)|
|AP Human Geography with Amanda Killough||Saturday, February 25 (9:00-12:00)|
|AP Physics with Marc Reif||Saturday, February 18 (9:00-12:00)|
|AP Spanish Language with Parthena Draggett||Saturday, February 25 (9:00-12:00)|
|AP Statistics with Michael Legacy||Saturday, February 18 (9:00-12:00)|
|AP U. S. History with John Irish||Saturday, February 18 (9:00-12:00)|
|AP U.S. Government with Ulrich Kleinschmidt||Saturday, February 4 (9:00-12:00)|
|AP Economics with Ulrich Kleinschmidt||Saturday, February 4 (1:00-4:00)|
|AP World History with Kara Macsuga||Saturday, February 18 (9:00-12:00)|
Registration: Classes can fill early. Late registrations will be accepted on a space available basis. Completed registration forms can be accepted when accompanied by a check, copy of a purchase order. A credit card may be used as a form of payment with online registrations or by calling our office at 817-257-7132. Once our office receives your completed paid registration, you will receive a confirmation email. If the class is full, you will be notified of your waitlist status.
Cancellation and Refund Policies: TCU reserves the right to cancel classes when required minimum enrollment is not met. Instructor illness or extreme weather may also cause the interruption of scheduled classes. TCU will issue a full refund for cancelled registrations received in writing 5 days prior to the start of a class. After that date, no refunds will be possible.
Professional Development Credits: Participants will receive 3 hours of Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits via digital certificate.
Request for Accommodations: If you require special assistance, please send us notification along with your registration, or contact us by email at email@example.com.
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Contact TCU’s Office of Extended Education
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Please note, as the College Board redefines their Pre-AP program and the corresponding professional development. Courses formerly listed as “Pre-AP”, (high school and middle school) will now be listed as courses in the Institute for Teaching Excellence.