3 Project Ideas For After the AP Exam

I woke up this morning and didn’t really know what to do with myself. That’s been the six years of the morning after the AP test feeling. In our district, movies are not the preferred use of class time over 20 minutes.  Here are a few ideas for how to spend the time after the […]

Extended School Absences/Closures

We are in unprecedented times. It’s uncertain. And many are wondering what we are going to do for the AP test. As someone who has a chronic illness, I think about MY extended absences a lot, and have safeguards built-in for days I need to be gone. We have one more week of our scheduled […]

Teaching AP Government in a Shortened Semester-Unit Two Resources for the Presidency

Enduring Understandings: The presidency has been enhanced beyond its expressed constitutional powers. Related Posts: Congress and the President The American Presidency AP Writing Skills: Concept Application Data Analysis Argumentative Writing Required Documents: Federalist 70 22nd Amendment Key Vocabulary: Part II: President Cabinet member Ambassador White House Staff Appointment Powers Expressed Powers  Implied Powers Inherent Powers […]