Your Complete Guide to
APSI Registration

Join us for our 28th annual AP Summer Institute designed with you in mind.

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THREE WEEKS OF SESSIONS

Week 1: July 11-15, 2022
Week 2: July 18-22, 2022
Week 3: July 25-29, 2022

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FORMAT

100% Virtual
Synchronous, Live Instructor
Plus Asynchronous Work

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Earn CPEs

Up to 30 Continuing
Professional Education
hours awarded

The AP® Summer Institute at Rice University offers challenging AP professional development courses that address advanced topics in AP. Courses are led online by experienced, enthusiastic and dedicated College Board-endorsed lead consultants who have a broad range of knowledge and proven ability presenting to their peers. Instructors include AP test development committee members, AP exam readers, winners of special recognition awards from the College Board, and winners of regional and national teaching awards.

Early Fee: $550 until April 11, 2022
Standard Fee: $600 from April 12, 2022 to June 26, 2022
Late Fee: $650 after June 26, 2022

See tuition & registration details below

How It Works

Find your workshop & corresponding week

Review Additional Workshop Information

Register for your workshop (in Cvent)

Workshops

Workshops are organized by weeks, all taking place in July 2022. Each course meets online Monday through Friday of its given week, synchronous (live instruction) will occur between 8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. CT. There may be asynchronous (not live instruction) hours required outside of the synchronous hours. Schedules will vary by course. Only enrolled participants will be allowed in the virtual classroom.
 

Browse Workshops By Week

Workshops in Week 1: July 11-15, 2022
  • AP Art and Design for New Teachers (Trish Winnard)
  • AP Art History for New Teachers (Douglas Darracott)
  • AP Biology for New Teachers (Anne Gill)
  • AP Calculus AB for Experienced Teachers (Wanda Savage)
  • AP Calculus AB for New Teachers (Theresa Horvath)
  • AP Chemistry for New Teachers (Todd Abronowitz)
  • AP English Language and Composition for New Teachers (Eva Arce)
  • AP English Literature and Composition for Experienced Teachers (Nancy Dickinson)
  • AP English Literature and Composition for New Teachers (James Garner)
  • AP Environmental Science for New Teachers (DeLora Mowery)
  • AP Human Geography for New Teachers (Paul Gray)
  • AP Macroeconomics for Experienced Teachers (Theresa Fischer)
  • AP Physics 1: Algebra-based for New Teachers (Jenny Podel)
  • AP Psychology for Experienced Teachers (Jill Compher)
  • AP Psychology for New Teachers (Kent Korek)
  • AP Statistics for New Teachers (Kay Kubena)
  • AP U.S. Government and Politics for New Teachers (Ulrich Kleinschmidt)
  • AP World History: Modern for New Teachers (James Rowland)
  • AP World History: Modern for New Teachers (Barbara Ozuna)

Register for a Course in Week 1

Workshops in Week 2: July 18-22, 2022
  • AP Art and Design for New Teachers (Alison Youkilis)
  • AP Biology for New Teachers (Anne Gill)
  • AP Calculus AB for New Teachers (Bryan Passwater)
  • AP Calculus BC for New Teachers (Cedric French)
  • AP Chemistry for Experienced Teachers (Thomas Dortch)
  • AP Computer Science Principles for New Teachers (Andrew Kuemmel)
  • AP English Language and Composition for Experienced Teachers (Shawna Lynch)
  • AP English Language and Composition for New Teachers (Jeffrey Blair)
  • AP English Literature and Composition for Experienced Teachers (Lynne Schwartz)
  • AP English Literature and Composition for New Teachers (Phyllis Wright)
  • AP Environmental Science for New Teachers (Antonio Villarreal)
  • AP French Language and Culture for New and Experienced Teachers (Genevieve Delfosse)
  • AP Human Geography for New Teachers (Ken Keller)
  • AP Macroeconomics for New Teachers (Julie Meek)
  • AP Music Theory for New and Experienced Teachers (Terry Eder)
  • AP Physics 1: Algebra-based for New Teachers (Marc Reif)
  • AP Spanish Language and Culture for Experienced Teachers (Brian Scott)
  • AP Spanish Language and Culture for New Teachers (Carlos Gomez)
  • AP Spanish Literature and Culture for New Teachers (Jorge España)
  • AP U.S. Government and Politics for New Teachers (Lori Dumerer)
  • AP U.S. History for New Teachers (John Irish)
  • AP World History: Modern for New Teachers (James Rowland)

Register for a Course in Week 2

Workshops in Week 3: July 25-29, 2022
  • AP Art and Design for New Teachers (Jane Harlow)
  • AP Biology for Experienced Teachers (Carol Leibl)
  • AP Biology for New Teachers (Mark Welch)
  • AP Calculus AB for New Teachers (Dixie Ross)
  • AP Calculus BC for New and Experienced Teachers (Nancy Stephenson)
  • AP Chemistry for New Teachers (Stephen Prilliman)
  • AP Computer Science A for New Teachers (Robert Burton)
  • AP Computer Science Principles for New Teachers (Marvin Hoffert)
  • AP English Language and Composition for Experienced Teachers (Alfonso Correa)
  • AP English Language and Composition for New Teachers (Yvonne Kaatz)
  • AP English Literature and Composition for Experienced Teachers (Roy Smith)
  • AP English Literature and Composition for New Teachers (Bob Wofford)
  • AP Environmental Science for New Teachers (Amy Fassler)
  • AP European History for New Teachers (Kathryn Landsea)
  • AP Human Geography for New Teachers (Greg Sherwin)
  • AP Macroeconomics for New Teachers (Ulrich Kleinschmidt)
  • AP Physics 1: Algebra-based for New Teachers (Kristin Gonzales-Vega)
  • AP Physics C: Mechanics for New Teachers (Dolores Gende)
  • AP Spanish Language and Culture for New Teachers (Alma Gonzalez)
  • AP Spanish Literature and Culture for New Teachers (Maritza Sloan)
  • AP Spanish Literature and Culture for Experienced Teachers (Monica Friedmann)
  • AP Statistics for New Teachers (Richard Cowles)
  • AP U.S. Government and Politics for Experienced Teachers (Eugene Chase)
  • AP U.S. History for New Teachers (Matt Cone)
  • AP U.S. History for New Teachers (Bill Polasky)
  • AP World History: Modern for New Teachers (Christine Bond-Custred)

Register for a Course in Week 3

Our History with Online Education

Since 2006, the Glasscock School of Continuing Studies has been offering online courses designed to meet the needs of busy professionals around the world. Our experienced Online Learning support team will be providing student support services, as needed, to all AP Summer Institute participants. All courses are being held online utilizing Canvas Learning Management System and Zoom.

Tuition

Payments are accepted by credit card or purchase order. Registrations via credit card are confirmed immediately upon processing. Registrations made via PO are not considered confirmed until CCR receives the actual payment (check). If registering using a PO, payment (check) is due within 30 days of registration. Failure to submit timely payment may result in the cancellation of your registration.

Registrations are accepted with a credit card or purchase orders as a district/school commitment to pay, by check or credit card, within 30 days of registration. Once you complete your registration, you will have the option to print or email a copy of the invoice or forward it to your accounts payable department. Failure to submit timely payment may result in the cancellation of your registration. Registrations made less than 30 days from program start date can only be made using a credit card. The Center for College Readiness does not provide training unless payment (credit card or check) is received in advance.

Payments submitted via wire transfer, will incur an additional charge of $25.00 per participant in addition to the cost of registration, to cover the fees incurred by the university. Please send an email to collegeready@rice.edu to request the information needed to transmit your wire payment.

Workshops are subject to change due to low enrollment or instructor cancellation.

Please visit the TEA website for updates related to the AP/IB Incentive program. District personnel with AP/IB program responsibilities may wish to join the AP/IB Incentive listserv.

For more information about the Texas AP/IB Incentive Program, please contact TEA directly.

Cancellation and Refund Policy
Refunds for course cancellations received at least 30 days prior to the workshop start date are subject to a processing fee of 10% of the registration cost. No refunds are provided for nonattendance or cancellations received less than 30 days prior to the workshop start date. Registrations paid via credit card, and at least 30 days prior to the start of the workshop, may be cancelled by the participant. Registrations paid by check, and at least 30 days prior to the start of the workshop, may be cancelled by the participant but will require staff authorization. You may also send us an email at collegeready@rice.edu for assistance. We are unable to process cancellations over the phone.

Additional Workshop Information

In an effort to answer questions you may have about payment, waitlists, technology needs and more, we have included additional details below. Please review this information prior to completing your registration.

Waitlists

Email collegeready@rice.edu if you want to get on a waitlist for a course that is full. Please specify the week/date, subject, instructor name, and include a preferred email and phone to reach you in the event a spot becomes available..

Bundles

College Board bundles will be provided to all registered attendees in electronic format only. No hard copies will be mailed.

Technology

To have a positive learning experience, you will need the following:

  • Reliable internet access
  • Chrome internet browser (very important, only exception is if you are using an iPad, use Safari)
  • Headset with microphone, or a computer with a built-in microphone.
  • Camera (so you can be visible online)
College Board Recommendation

The College Board encourages AP teachers to take advantage of professional development. Based on survey data, teachers across the country have found AP professional development to be extremely valuable. Teachers who do attend an AP Summer Institute in 2022 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

Registration

Registrations for this event are taken entirely in Cvent. You may browse the workshops above to find the corresponding week.

Questions

Please refer to our Frequently Asked Questions page for information regarding cancellations, changes, substitutions, wait lists, etc.

Please use the form below to submit any outstanding questions. A member of our Center of College Readiness will respond to you. You may also email us at collegeready@rice.edu.

 

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