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Spring 2018 Webinar Recording Archive

Blog Post created by Classroom Compass Administrator on Feb 13, 2018

AP® Language Exam Prep with Renee Shea, Robin Aufses, Larry Scanlon, and Megan Pankiewicz

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Join Renee Shea, Robin Aufses, and Larry Scanlon as they talk about how to engage students in a series of activities designed to prepare your students for the AP® Language exam. Dive deeper with Megan Pankiewicz as she goes over how you can use accompanying teacher resources from The Language of Composition program to further gear up for the Exam.

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Preparing 9th and 10th Grade Students for Success in AP® English

Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Join BFW and authors Renee Shea, John Golden, and Tracy Sholz as they discuss how to bring 9th and 10th grade students to AP® English success using the tools of Foundations of Language & Literature and Advanced Language & Literature.

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The Practice of Statistics, Sixth Edition: New Innovations for AP® Statistics

Tuesday, April 3, 2018

Join BFW and authors Daren Starnes and Josh Tabor for an inside look at what's new with the Sixth Edition of The Practice of Statistics.

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Strategies to succeed in AP® Calculus by using Calculus for the AP® Course (Sullivan/Miranda)

Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Join Brent Ferguson, an AP® Calculus teacher and teacher's edition author of Calculus for the AP® Course, Second Edition, as he talks in- depth about the Sullivan/Miranda program in a student-centered, teacher-relevant, and content-rich classroom. He focuses on how to engage students and maximize your time inside and outside of class time, as well as how best to prepare students for the AP® Exam.

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Cycles of Immigration and Nativism in US History

Monday, January 29, 2018

Robert Self (Brown University), Rebecca Edwards (Vassar College), and Eric Hinderaker (University of Utah), co-authors of America's History for the AP® Course, 9th Edition, explore "immigration periods," as well as how and why waves of mass immigration have elicited different responses in politics and policy. Although this is a sensitive national topic, we know similar conversations are likely to come up in your own classroom and we want you to feel well-equipped for handling them. Our authors' answers in this webinar are not the only ways to deal with these difficult questions, but we believe they can be used as helpful models when talking to your students.

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Documentary Film: Rhetorical Analysis with Renee Shea

Thursday, January 4, 2018

Join Renee Shea as she discusses the benefits of using documentary film to teach rhetorical analysis in your AP® course.

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