AP Conferences at the MSiC focus on best practices in the AP classroom.  How can educators engage students in rich tasks without sacrificing content?  How can students be best prepared for their AP Exam?  Through engaging presenters, who are experts in their field and often AP Readers, educators come away from MSiC's AP Conferences with activities that deepen student thinking and make connections to real-world problem-solving, as well as a thorough understanding of the nature of the AP Exam itself and how to support student success.

Winter 2019 AP Statistics Conference

January 31, 2019; 8:30pm - 2:30pm
MSiC, 2401 Hartman Street, Richmond, VA 23223 - Room D9

An Insider’s Guide to Scoring the AP Statistics Exam

Experienced AP Statistics Readers, Barbara Filler, and Mary Simons will share insights and best practices of teaching Statistics to high school students. They will share how to best prepare students for the exam using the free response questions from the 2018 AP Statistics Exam and allow participants to work through a mock training of how to score each question. In the afternoon, participants will enjoy hands-on activities to introduce, reinforce and review concepts important to the teaching of any Statistics class. They will also discuss how to develop rich tasks without sacrificing content and make inroads into math talk about histograms, distribution curves, and other statistic concepts.

Enjoy networking, idea-sharing with colleagues, take-home materials and receive 6 relicensure points.

Cost: Consortium*: FREE
Institutional*: $90.00
Non-member schools: $180.00 (may attend on a space-available basis)

Coming Spring 2019 - AP Calculus: To be determined

Fall 2018 - AP Calculus: Demystifying AP Calculus

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October 19, 2018; 8:30pm - 2:30pm
MSiC, 2401 Hartman Street, Richmond, VA 23223 - Room D9

Wondering how best to prepare your students for the 2019 AP Calculus Exam? Come to join us as AP Calculus Readers take you through a debrief of the 2018 AP Calculus Exam. Participants will get an inside look at how AP Readers score each question and common questions asked on the exam. Particular focus will also be given to the components of the curriculum framework and Calculus mathematical practices.

Eligibility:  Calculus educators


  • Develop a deeper understanding of the connection between real-world problem solving and calculus with concrete examples to share with your students
  • Receive 5 recertification points
  • Enjoy networking and idea-sharing with colleagues

Pat Gabriel and Lynn Reed will be leading the workshop.

Registration:  Educators from Full Consortium Member School Divisions are eligible to participate free of charge*.
Participants from institutional member school divisions are eligible to participate on a space-available basis for a fee of $75.00.
All other participants may attend on a space- available basis for a fee of $150.00.

  • Priority registration date is October 5, 2018
  • Late applicants will be considered on a space-available basis

* Full Consortium Member School Divisions:  Chesterfield, Colonial Heights, Hanover, Henrico, King William, Petersburg, & Richmond City.    Institutional Members School Divisions:  Dinwiddie, Goochland, Hopewell, & Prince George

For registration information, contact Tawana Gilyard at (804) 343-6525 ext. 80221. Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

For program information, contact Crystal Clark at (804) 343-6525 ext. 80255. Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.