AP World History Summer Institute
Welcome, AP Teachers! The AP World History course focuses on developing students' understanding of world history from approximately 8000 B.C.E. to the present. The course has students investigate the content of world history for significant events, individuals, developments, and processes in six historical periods, and develop and use the same thinking skills and methods (analyzing primary and secondary sources, making historical comparisons, chronological reasoning, and argumentation) employed by historians when they study the past.
Registration Fee will cover:
- Textbooks and supplementary materials
- Certificate of Completion*
- 3 PLUs
- Bonus sessions led by KSU faculty!
Registration Fee will not cover:
* Certificate will not be issued to the participants who did not complete
- Hotel Accommodations**
the Institute or who partially attended the Institute.
** There are many hotels located near the Kennesaw State University.
Cancellation & Refunds
The Institute will be limited to 30 participants.
- No refunds will be given if the registrant fails to attend the Institute.
- If the Institute is full, you will be contacted by Institute Director. You may withdraw your registration and receive a refund or you will be placed on the waiting list. Participants who were on the waiting list who never had a chance to attend the Institute will receive refund after the institute is over.
If you are unable to attend the workshop, please contact the director (email@example.com) as well as your school's AP coordinator and your school district's accountant. A letter requesting cancellation and refund from a person or an organization that issued an check must be submitted to the director (firstname.lastname@example.org) before May 1st. Please note that $100 is non-refundable after May 1st. No refund will be made after for US History Institute and for World History Institute.
U.S History Consultant: Mr. José Gregory
José Gregory obtained his Bachelor of Arts from Yale University in 1998 and then attended the University of Pennsylvania for graduate school. He has worked as an AP U.S. History teacher for eleven years and has been an AP Reader since 2008. The College Board recognized him in 2007 for having the largest number of Hispanic/Latino students in the nation passing the AP U.S. History exam. Mr. Gregory has facilitated various workshops in Florida and Georgia. He has also served as a Program Director for overseas summer programs in Spain and Italy. Mr. Gregory currently teaches at a magnet high school for the performing arts in the Atlanta area and can be reached at: APUSHistoryTeacher@gmail.com.
World History Consultant: Mr. Jonathan Henderson.
Jonathan Henderson has over 20 years teaching experience spanning middle school, high school, and university classes. He studied history at the graduate level at Cambridge University and in 2011 taught in Central Asia as a State Department Fellow. In 2007 he was a Fulbright Scholar to China and has since spent time in Korea and Japan on study grants. He has been teaching AP World History since 2003 and been a reader for the exam since 2008. He was an instructional editor for World Civilizations by Peter Stearns, and served on a College Board committee to review and edit the new Curriculum Framework for the course. For several years Jonathan has been contracted with ETS as a question writer for the AP World History exam and is currently writing questions for the 2017 redesigned exam. He teaches AP World History and AP Seminar at West Forsyth High School near Atlanta, Georgia.