Advanced Placement Teachers Hit the Books In Morgantown
Written by Jared Pelletier
Last updated on October 25, 2013 @ 8:17PM
Created on October 25, 2013 @ 5:52PM
Nearly 200 advanced placement teachers hit the books all week long in Morgantown.
Teachers from all of the subjects were in a conference designed to teach them how to improve their classes. AP classes give high school students the chance to take college level courses and get credit for them before moving on to college.
Teachers said the conference gave them a great opportunity to learn from each other.
Tammy DeWitt is teaches AP chemistry. She said, "I don't have somebody else to go to and ask questions about chemistry content. I can ask those questions here."
Another conference is scheduled to take place in Charleston in November.
Add your CommentYou must have an active WDTV.COM user account to post comments. Please login to your account, or create your free account today!