Explore Student Experiences Throughout the School Year
As students return from winter break, it is important to focus on a “re-” mindset. Expectations may need to be reset, concepts re-taught, and students reconnected with their community, peers, and purpose in AP®. Providing intentional structures around skill building, coaching for success, and helping students maintain a growth mindset and build independence and agency are essential to getting students re-engaged after the break.
Explore each experience by clicking on it.
Student Voice & Agency
Classroom Community & Culture
AP Skill Building
Feedback & Grading
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Each experience links to multiple classroom strategies contained within the “Classroom Strategies for AP Success” bank. This menu of strategies is meant to help teachers, counselors, coaches and administrators support the learning experience of historically underserved students in Advanced Placement® classes equitably. It includes strategies that address the academic and non-academic skills of students as well as strategies to modify instruction.