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Let Gifted Students Accelerate

By Dr. Marciene Mattleman

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Report card time is over and many parents are perplexed, some angry, that their smart kids, didn’t do well. 140 more words

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Students: View Your AP Exam Scores Online in July

Students, don’t forget that your AP Exam scores will be available online beginning July 6. In order to access your scores online, you will need to set up a College Board account if you have not done so already. 136 more words

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Rethinking the Teaching of European History

For AP European History teachers, this summer is all about the redesign. What does it mean? How will it affect my teaching? Why would they do this to me after my years of dedication? 183 more words


Middle School IOAPA: Working Through Challenges

This is the final part of a three-part series on implementing our new above-level online middle school courses.  Read the first post here and the second post… 419 more words

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Historical Thinking Skills and the Teaching of the Past

As a history teacher, I have always struggled with how to best spark a love of the subject in my students. When I was a new teacher, I wanted to tell them the stories and anecdotes that made enjoy learning about the past. 436 more words


2015 AP Exam Score Distributions

Once again this year, I’m posting a pointer to 2015 AP Exam Score Distributions:

Total Registration has compiled the following scores from Tweets that the College Board’s head of AP, Trevor Packer, has been making during June.

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Message from the Director: The Belin-Blank Center as Catalyst

Catalysts bring about change through reactions.

All year, the Belin-Blank Center staff and faculty prepare to act as catalysts, promoting and facilitating daily reactions between students and instructors. 419 more words

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