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Whether you’re a first-year AP® teacher or a 23-year AP® veteran, there are always new things to learn when it comes to teaching. We surveyed many AP® teachers and compiled the tips teachers had to give to other AP® teachers. Here are the 150+ responses of AP® teacher teaching tips!
You may be differentiating by reading level, interest, and learning style, but are you differentiating based on student development? Teachers use “developmentally appropriate practice” —
It’s likely you’ve heard, at some point in your life, a close friend or family member say the following: “I am so bored with my
Most good teachers know that in order to address the needs of all students, they need to differentiate their instruction. Differentiation doesn’t mean a different
Good teachers know the importance of culturally responsive teaching. A pedagogy that recognizes the importance of students’ cultural references in all aspects of teaching (Ladson-Billings,
It’s 9 pm and you know that you’re starting to come down with something. “If I go to bed early, maybe I’ll feel better in the
As the school year winds down, you might be asking yourself, “What can I do now to be more organized next year?” A challenge for