Pre-AP National Faculty Application
Opens Sep 20 2019 12:00 AM (EDT)
Deadline Jan 3 2020 11:59 PM (EST)
Description

Pre-AP National Faculty Application 2020-21

Thank you for your interest in becoming a member of the Pre-AP National Faculty. Please review the information and eligibility requirements below before you begin the application.  
 
About the Endorsement  
Educators who earn a Pre-AP National Faculty endorsement will be tapped to facilitate Pre-AP professional learning experiences for The College Board across the United States and the world.    
 
The ideal candidate has experience teaching in middle and/or high school, a record of success in his/her own classroom, believes all students should have access to Pre-AP courses, and has a passion for working with and developing fellow educators through professional learning.    
 
About Pre-AP Professional Learning  
Pre-AP readiness workshops are designed to equip middle and high school educators with time-tested strategies to prepare their students for Pre-AP, AP, and other college-level coursework.  These workshops focus on developing foundational knowledge and skills to support students in college and career readiness.  The Pre-AP readiness workshops are also a great way to help build readiness for future Pre-AP teachers and those interested in learning more about the content, design, and pedagogy of the new College Board Pre-AP Courses.  

These interactive and immersive one-day workshops will cover a variety of topics: 

  • Instructional routines and shifts of the Pre-AP classroom 
  • Engaging students in higher-order thinking and analysis
  • Analyzing student work and differentiating instruction
  • Interdisciplinary instructional strategies and routines  


Pre-AP Summer Institutes are four-day collaborative experiences that empower participants to begin to prepare and plan for their Pre-AP course. Teachers explore course materials and experience model lessons from the student’s point of view. They also work with peers to begin to plan and build their own course materials, so they are ready on day one of instruction.  Pre-AP Summer Institutes are only available to teachers whose schools have purchased Pre-AP Courses.


Eligibility Requirements               

  • I have been a K-12 educator for at least 3 full years.         
  • I am able to reserve at least 4 weeks of availability over the summer (May - August) and one day per semester during the school year (September-April) to facilitate Pre-AP workshops, should I become an endorsed consultant.               
  • I am available to attend the Pre-AP Faculty Institute May 15-17, 2020.   


Application Process & Timeline 

Round 1 – Initial Application Form due Jan 3, 2020.  Round 1 applications will be reviewed and advanced on a rolling basis.  Applicants will be notified of their status by email.  Applicants will advance to Round 2 based upon their qualifications and the needs of the program (content area, geographic region, etc.).  


Round 2 – Video Submission and References due Feb 18, 2020.  Applicants who advance to Round 2 will be asked to submit a 5-10 minute video clip of their classroom instruction and two references. Applicants may also be asked to complete a short phone interview with a member of the College Board Pre-AP team.

Round 3 – Pre-AP National Faculty Institute May 15-17, 2020. Finalists will be invited to attend our three-day Pre-AP National Faculty Institute. The location of the institute will be announced in spring. Successful completion of this institute will result in an appointment to the Pre-AP National Faculty.

Before you begin the application, please review the new Pre-AP program and course descriptions at this site: 
https://pre-ap.collegeboard.org/

Apply

Pre-AP National Faculty Application


Pre-AP National Faculty Application 2020-21

Thank you for your interest in becoming a member of the Pre-AP National Faculty. Please review the information and eligibility requirements below before you begin the application.  
 
About the Endorsement  
Educators who earn a Pre-AP National Faculty endorsement will be tapped to facilitate Pre-AP professional learning experiences for The College Board across the United States and the world.    
 
The ideal candidate has experience teaching in middle and/or high school, a record of success in his/her own classroom, believes all students should have access to Pre-AP courses, and has a passion for working with and developing fellow educators through professional learning.    
 
About Pre-AP Professional Learning  
Pre-AP readiness workshops are designed to equip middle and high school educators with time-tested strategies to prepare their students for Pre-AP, AP, and other college-level coursework.  These workshops focus on developing foundational knowledge and skills to support students in college and career readiness.  The Pre-AP readiness workshops are also a great way to help build readiness for future Pre-AP teachers and those interested in learning more about the content, design, and pedagogy of the new College Board Pre-AP Courses.  

These interactive and immersive one-day workshops will cover a variety of topics: 

  • Instructional routines and shifts of the Pre-AP classroom 
  • Engaging students in higher-order thinking and analysis
  • Analyzing student work and differentiating instruction
  • Interdisciplinary instructional strategies and routines  


Pre-AP Summer Institutes are four-day collaborative experiences that empower participants to begin to prepare and plan for their Pre-AP course. Teachers explore course materials and experience model lessons from the student’s point of view. They also work with peers to begin to plan and build their own course materials, so they are ready on day one of instruction.  Pre-AP Summer Institutes are only available to teachers whose schools have purchased Pre-AP Courses.


Eligibility Requirements               

  • I have been a K-12 educator for at least 3 full years.         
  • I am able to reserve at least 4 weeks of availability over the summer (May - August) and one day per semester during the school year (September-April) to facilitate Pre-AP workshops, should I become an endorsed consultant.               
  • I am available to attend the Pre-AP Faculty Institute May 15-17, 2020.   


Application Process & Timeline 

Round 1 – Initial Application Form due Jan 3, 2020.  Round 1 applications will be reviewed and advanced on a rolling basis.  Applicants will be notified of their status by email.  Applicants will advance to Round 2 based upon their qualifications and the needs of the program (content area, geographic region, etc.).  


Round 2 – Video Submission and References due Feb 18, 2020.  Applicants who advance to Round 2 will be asked to submit a 5-10 minute video clip of their classroom instruction and two references. Applicants may also be asked to complete a short phone interview with a member of the College Board Pre-AP team.

Round 3 – Pre-AP National Faculty Institute May 15-17, 2020. Finalists will be invited to attend our three-day Pre-AP National Faculty Institute. The location of the institute will be announced in spring. Successful completion of this institute will result in an appointment to the Pre-AP National Faculty.

Before you begin the application, please review the new Pre-AP program and course descriptions at this site: 
https://pre-ap.collegeboard.org/

Apply
Opens
Sep 20 2019 12:00 AM (EDT)
Deadline
Jan 3 2020 11:59 PM (EST)