:: 2015 AP* Summer Institutes at UT Austin

AP Psychology

Institute Code AP15021
July 13 - 16, 2014, 8:00AM to 4:45PM
UT Thompson Conference Center

This AP Psychology session will be for new and veteran AP Psychology teachers, and will include an update and overview of the entire College Board curriculum, the newest areas of emphasis noted by the College Board, and many “Best Practices” that make even the hardest units fun for students. More information coming soon!

Lead Consultant: Katherine Minter

Katherine Minter is a past National Chair of the American Psychological Association’s Teachers of Psychology in Secondary Schools (TOPSS). With over 25 years teaching experience at both the high school and college level, Katherine is experienced with AP, IB, and Regular Psychology curriculums. As a College Board Consultant traveling nationally for over 18 years, and as an AP Reader of psychology exams for many years, Katherine offers innovative, engaging ways to cover the content of a typical college introductory course. Recipient of the College Board’s Excellence in Teaching Award for 1996, Katherine was “Teacher of the Year” at Westwood High School for 2000-2001, and was selected “National Teacher of the Year” for APA’s Teachers of Psychology in Secondary Schools for 2009. In 2007 Katherine wrote an AP Psychology Instructor’s Manual to accompany a McGraw-Hill college textbook, and she is co-author of a psychology textbook, PSYCHOLOGY, published by Pearson/Prentice-Hall in 2011.

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