Course DescriptionThis 45-hour equivalent online course includes intensive sessions for teachers who are designing an AP® art history course for their high school or planning to take over an existing program. The course explains the design, benefits, and challenges of the AP® art history course. Topics include timing and scheduling decisions that must be made when offering the course to able high school students and how to create a classroom experience that maximizes learning. Instruction provides an explanation of the AP® art history exam and gives tips for teaching and testing AP®-quality multiple-choice questions, short answers, and the non-Western art essay. The course also explains textbook selection, how to create and store an art-slide collection, and selecting other audiovisuals. This course is particularly useful for the new AP® teacher who may have students who historically have been underrepresented in AP® programs, including high school sophomores.
Course OutlineThis online course includes intensive sessions for teachers who are designing an AP® art history course for their high school or planning to take over an existing program
Applies Towards the Following Certificates
- Study Abroad at UCLA Program : Required