The 2017 Advanced Placement Summer Institute will be held June 12-16, 2017. Course descriptions and instructor profiles, can be found in the menu to the left, or through the following links:
The Advanced Placement Summer Institute is designed to help beginning, experienced and future AP teachers plan and implement more effective AP programs in their schools. The Institute workshops share with teachers the curriculum content and teaching methods of AP courses and explore the content, structure, and grading of the AP exams. In addition, the class sessions afford teachers the opportunity to interact with colleagues and to discuss issues and concerns surrounding the AP courses they will teach. The intended audience for all classes are teachers who have never taught AP courses or who have 1-3 years of AP teaching experience.
Classes are located in Tribble Hall on the campus of Wake Forest University located in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
For campus maps, driving directions and airport shuttle info see the Maps and Directions page.
|May 25, Thursday||Deadline for online registrations|
|May 30||Deadline for ALL payments to be received|
|June 11||3-5pm Check-in for Campus Housing Room Reservations|
|5-6pm Orientation and Reception Picnic Dinner for Campus Housing Participants|
|June 12||7:00-8:00am Commuter Check-in, Tribble Hall Room A2|
|June 12-16||Classes Meet:|
|Monday -Thursday, 8:00am-3:30pm|
Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
Participants can receive Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for attending this College Board endorsed Advanced Placement Summer Institute for teacher licensing renewal. Participants with 100% attendance records at the AP Summer Institute may receive 3.0 CEUs for participation in this week long workshop. Attendance at all class sessions is required for a teacher to be awarded CEU credit. Participants who attend 90% or more of the AP Summer Institute will receive a certificate of participation. Those who miss more than 10% will not be eligible to receive a certificate of participation. Graduate credit is not available for this AP Institute.
The registration fee for the AP Institute is $615.00 per person. There is an additional $25 lab fee for the participants enrolled in the Chemistry Workshop.
Registration fee includes:
- Cost of Instruction
- Course Materials
- Lunch – Monday through Thursday
- Break Refreshments.
The housing fee is $395.00 per registrant Sunday evening through Friday noon: North Campus Apartments built in 1954 were converted to student housing in August 2008 and house 190 students in 9 buildings. The apartment style units provide 3 to 4 students with a kitchen, living/dining room, 1-2 bathrooms, and single and double occupancy bedrooms. The apartments have centralized lounges and laundry facilities in each building.
Our group will be housed in Buildings 2 through 6. Each teacher will have their own bedroom with a shared bath in the middle with one other teacher. Bring your own TV, Coffee Pot, Toiletries for these fully furnished apartments with full size refrigerators and stove.
Click on link below to see the floor plans of each building.
The fee includes:
- Breakfast Meal Card Monday – Friday
- Standard Linen Package of:
2 flat sheets, 1 pillowcase, 1 pillow, 1 blanket, 1 bath towel, 1 hand towel, 1 washcloth
- Wireless Internet
- Amenities: Living Room, Kitchens, coin operated laundry
All rooms are smoke free.
We can only accommodate workshop attendees.
A listing of local hotels can be found at:
Graylyn Conference Center: Ask for “APSI Camper Rate” which is $159++ for Single Room and $179++ for Double Room which includes Graylyn Breakfast Buffet. Graylyn International Conference Center boasts 86 unique and comfortable guest rooms, each different from the next. The estate was once a private home, and the accommodations reflect that history as room sizes, layouts, and decor are all different. We invite you to enjoy this one-of-a-kind experience on the exquisite 55 sprawling acres. 1900 Reynolda Road, Winston-Salem 27106, 336.758.2600, 800.472.9596. Ask for Jennifer McCullough ext 2428. Airport transportation is available for a fee. The rooms are first come first serve, so make your reservations early.
Transportation from the airport to campus: If you are traveling from the airport to campus (South Residence Hall) you can arrange ground transportation in advance for $110.00 round trip per person through Black Tie Transportation by calling Laura Timmons office at 336-768-5177 or email at: firstname.lastname@example.org and pay in advance by credit card over the phone. Please identify yourself as an AP Summer Institute attendee and to be dropped off at Byrum Welcome Center on Sunday 2-5 or at North Campus Apartments if you are staying on campus and arrive after 5:00pm. Please call Conference Services for your room call if you arrive after housing check-in: 336-758-1755.
If you are traveling from the airport to a local hotel you can arrange transportation through Triad Transportation at 336-668-9808 or any ground transportation cab service at the airport for around $67 each way
Registration and Payment
Online registration links can be found on the Course Descriptions page. Click on the link, “Register for this course” just below the course title in which you are interested. This will take you to our Department of Education’s secure site to register. A confirmation will be emailed following successful registration into the workshop. Total payment of $615 (plus $25 lab fee for Chemistry) can be made by credit card or in the form of a check (personal or school district) and must be received within two weeks of registering online along with a copy of your confirmation email. Returned checks will be subject to a $25 service fee. Wake Forest University does not accept purchase orders. Checks should be made payable to Wake Forest University and be mailed to:
Wake Forest University
Department of EDU APSI
PO Box 7266
Winston-Salem, NC 27109
Classes are filled on a first received (payment check or credit card) basis. Registration closes on Thursday, May 25th, and all payments must be received by Tuesday, May 30.
Late registrations received after Thursday, May 25th will have an additional $50.00 late registration fee applied.
Overnight payments may be shipped to:
Wake Forest University Dept. of EDU
Tribble Hall Room A2
1834 Wake Forest Road
Winston-Salem, NC 27106
Use the mail in registration form below only if unable to register online. All courses are filled on the payment received basis.
Wake Forest University will refund both registration fee and housing cost minus $50.00 administration fee if the Coordinator is notified by May 26th. A refund will not be made if the Coordinator is not notified that a teacher cannot attend. Schools may substitute a paid participant with another teacher in the same course without penalty. Individuals will be billed the full amount if a registered participant does not attend.
The College Board offers opportunities for scholarships for 2016. Click on the above link to find out more regarding AP Teacher Scholarships in AP.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Contact: Cindy O’Hagan, APSI Coordinator
Department of Education
Wake Forest University • P.O. Box 7266
Winston-Salem, NC 27109
Phone: (336) 758-5525 Fax: (336) 758-3635