I have been teaching AP World since 2012-2013, and I have been teaching AP Art History since 2014-2015.
My classes are all lecture based, as I teach at a college preparatory high school. For my AP World course, I divide the year into 6 units, utilizing the College Board time periods for AP World. The material follows Peter Stearns' World Civilizations textbook. For my AP Art History course, I follow the Gardner textbook. Each art time period/style has a lecture PPT and an accompanying study guide that can be given to students. Collected all together, the study guides can act as a mini-prepbook for AP review at the end of the year.
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I received my Bachelor's degree in Art History, Classical Antiquity, and Judaic Studies. I received my Master's degree in Art History, specifically 18th-century French and British portraiture. Additionally, my training from the College Board includes attending the Phoenix Desert AP Institute in 2012. I will be attending the Phoenix Desert AP Institute in 2015 to update my AP Art History materials in accordance with College Board changes to the course and exam.
It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge - Albert Einstein
Social Studies - History, Ancient History, Native Americans, U.S. History, European History, World History, Middle Ages, Arts & Music, Art History, Visual Arts, History, British History, Geography, Economics , Asian Studies, African History