AP Teacher Week 2020: AP Personal Process Checks & Progress Dashboard

AP Teacher Week 2020: Learn about the Topic Questions in AP Classroom and how they provide students with practice applying the content and skills for each topic within a unit, enabling teachers to check for understanding early and often to inform individual and class-level supports. These multiple-choice and free-response questions are specifically selected to give teachers insight into student understanding of the topics and skills presented in every unit.

Personal Project Dashboard: Personal Progress Checks provide unit wide formative assessment opportunities with multiple-choice and free-response questions that assess students’ progress of content and skills for each unit.
Progress Dashboard: Progress Dashboard helps teachers identify common misunderstandings and develop targeted supports on a classwide, small group, or individual student level to differentiate instruction and make adjustments throughout the year as needed. They also empowers students to take ownership over their learning by highlighting areas of growth and areas where they may need additional practice

Just-In-Time Feedback 

  • For Teachers: Use Personal Progress Check class results to see which topics and skills are areas of strength and common areas for additional practice
  • For StudentsUse their Personal Progress Check feedback on each topic and skill.

Built for Any Learning Environment 

  • In Person: In Person and Hybrid/Blended: Assign the Personal Progress Check after each unit as homework or an in-class assessment. Use the Class Progress Dashboard course summary to see student learning over time and to differentiate instruction and develop targeted supports on a class-wide, small group, or individual student level. Use student results to target support. Students use the Student Progress Dashboard to take ownership of their learning by focusing on areas of growth and areas where they may need additional practice
  • Online: Assign the Personal Progress Check after each unit as homework. Use the Class Progress Dashboard course summary to see student learning over time and to differentiate instruction and develop targeted supports on a class-wide, small group, or individual student level. Use student reports to target online support. Students use the Student Progress Dashboard to take ownership of their learning by focusing on areas of growth and areas where they may need additional practice. Use online session to discuss student responses and common challenges.