Why you want to attend this event:
More and more Tennessee schools are adding AP courses to their EPSO offerings, including the new AP Computer Science Principles and AP Capstone (Research and Seminar) courses.
But how do we ensure your students are set up for success?
Many Tennessee districts are turning to SpringBoard, College Board's grade 6 – 12 ELA and Math core program offering a unique triple alignment to your (1) state standards, (2) AP coursework instructional strategies, and (3) high stakes college entrance exams such as the PSAT/SAT. Is your district looking for ways to impact college and career readiness for ALL students through daily classroom instruction? Districts using SpringBoard also see an increase in AP enrollment and success; including gains in the number of African American and Hispanic students enrolled in AP courses as well as gains in the number of these students scoring a 3 or higher on at least one AP exam. Please join us so you can experience SpringBoard firsthand and have the opportunity to request sample materials for ELA and Math leaders in your district or school.
Join TOSS ALI & the College Board for a full day covering the following topics:
Identifying and implementing course rigor through SpringBoard and PreAP. An introduction. Come hear from area schools that have implemented SpringBoard and the benefits they are seeing.
The Promise of AP
New, FREE AP Resources for 2019! Come hear from Metro Nashville AP teacher(s) on how AP and the new system of resources are advancing the readiness needle of their students.
Selecting an AP Entry Point – AP Computer Science Principals and AP Capstone
Creating an AP Program
Increasing Student Participation and Success through AP Potential Tool
Building Teacher Capacity
AP Instructional Planning
Free PreAP and AP Frameworks
Making a Plan: Next Steps?
Attendees will receive access to AP and PreAP course frameworks, regardless of whether they implement the official programs! Help your teachers identify and implement grade and course specific rigor in your core curriculum.
SPEAKERS: Leah Thompson (Spring Hill High School, Maury County) and Traci Blackburn (ELA Supervisor, Bradley County) will be co-presenting!
ATTENDEES WILL RECEIVE 7 HOURS OF TASL CREDIT!