The Kansas State Department of Education (KSDE) and College Board have partnered to offer statewide informational sessions on AP Seminar: English 10.
KSDE is hosting an AP Seminar: English 10 Experience Workshop from 9 a.m. to noon Friday, Feb. 10. This workshop is in-person and provides an in-depth view of the AP Seminar: English 10 framework. There also will be a review of the Kansas English language arts (ELA) standards alignment to the AP Seminar framework. Participants will engage in an AP Seminar-style lesson and explore AP Seminar syllabi and instructional resources.
AP Seminar: English 10 gives students an English course more relevant to a wide array of careers, anchored in project-based learning, collaboration, presentation skills and individual research. The course framework gives English teachers flexibility to design units and select texts from their existing curricula while continuing to meet state standards.
To be clear, English 10 teachers wouldn’t be replacing their current English 10 curriculum but enhancing it with AP Seminar English frameworks and online resources.
Registration: AP Seminar: English 10 Workshop Experience – Feb. 10
There are two steps to offering AP Seminar at a school:
AP Seminar sign-up form: If you intend on offering AP Seminar: English 10 in the 2023-2024 school year, complete the 2023-2024 AP Seminar Sign Up Form https://collegeboard.force.com/APCapstone/s/.
Register for professional learning: Teachers must complete a one-time five-day workshop the summer prior to teaching the course. For the 2023-24 school year, Kansas educators will receive fee waivers to attend the AP Summer Institute (APSI) for AP Seminar: English (a $1,095 savings). Registration launches in March 2023, and dates and locations will be announced on the AP Capstone Professional Learning Page.
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