Teacher, AP English, AP SAT Learning Specialist
Northern High School, Owings, Maryland
I've been totally overwhelmed and blown away with this conference. It is like no professional experience I've ever had. I thought the reading was the best professional experience I've ever had, but this surpasses that. I've learned so much. I have a wealth of hands-on information. Yesterday I rated all of my sessions out of the three, two were an A+, the other was an A. They've been totally professional, totally lucid, a wealth of hands-on information.
Deputy of Education
NASA Headquarters, Washington, D.C.
It was very good. I've been talking with people who are in attendance here, the AP teachers. And they're a group of people that are very committed to improving instruction for our students, and that part I really like. They're going to get the most out of this conference that they can, they're thirsty. And that makes for a good conference attendee, and it makes for a good audience.
Teacher, AP Physics
Diamond High School, Anchorage, Alaska
I will bring back lab ideas for my classroom. Little things that people do that I thought "Ok, that's kind of a neat idea." Resources including a lot of website resources. I did a pre-conference workshop and I got quite a few resources that I will be able to use.
Director of Bands and AP Music Theory
Arundel High School, Gambrills, Maryland
It's a great opportunity to share ideas with people that maybe have the same situation or a similar situation that I have in my school system and have found a strategy that works to solve some of those problems that may occur from time to time. It's a great efficiency tool to be in this kind of setting, because so many of us are really saying a lot of the same things and offer some great advice. So I think above and beyond, just the seminars, I get more out of the interaction, the personal interactions and professional interactions that I have with my colleagues.