We’re excited to announce that we are updating the AP Mentoring program to reduce the 10-week time commitment to 4 weeks. We hope that this will allow more teachers to participate while still providing online, teacher-to-teacher support for AP teachers of all experience levels.
More information on the updated AP Mentoring Program will be available in August 2021.
How It Works
Mentees choose an available AP mentor in their subject and join that mentor's group.
Each group uses an online platform to schedule sessions and share documents, and meets online through video conferencing.
Feedback Early and Often
Mentees are active participants. They work with mentors to set goals, analyze and modify their own teaching practice, and share feedback with their fellow mentees.
Why Enroll in AP Mentoring
Research shows that peer mentoring can be highly effective in supporting teacher's practice when it’s sustained over the course of the school year and provides opportunities for reflection and application.
AP Mentoring enhances your teaching skills by focusing on AP requirements that will improve student performance.
Meaningful collaboration with other educators who teach the same AP subject.
Personalized feedback that can be applied in the classroom right away.
Continuing education units (CEUs) for full participation.
Teacher-to-teacher support no matter where you live and work.
Supplement skills you learned at an AP Summer Institute or an AP one-day workshop.