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Readers Needed for New AP Capstone Program

Wednesday, November 25, 2015  

College Board is actively recruiting faculty in secondary and post-secondary institutions to serve as readers for the new Advanced Placement (AP) Capstone program - the multi-year skills-based curriculum that includes AP Seminar and AP Research. Since the Capstone program curriculum is skills-based, the requirements to be a reader are also skills-based.

AP Seminar (the first year of the two-year program) 
College Board is looking for faculty members who teach an interdisciplinary course, who participate in an honors program, or who lead a course focused on critical thinking. Faculty who have taught undergraduate seminar courses are also encouraged to apply.

AP Research (the second year of the two-year program) 
College Board is looking for faculty who lead undergraduate courses focused on research skills and methods, or, one in which students produce a research paper using an explicit methodological approach. Faculty who also mentor students conducting research, or, who provide these research opportunities are encouraged to apply.

Faculty frequently describe AP Readings as among the best professional development opportunities they've experienced. 


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