Author of Multiple-Choice Practice Questions
Barbara is a teacher and academic coordinator with nineteen years of experience. She is an AP® World History Consultant and AP® Exam Table Leader. She has trained new AP® readers and has helped to develop rubrics for past AP® World History Exams. She teaches in Fort Worth, Texas, where she has developed and implemented three district-wide AP® courses.
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Author of AP® Exam Tips and Document-Based Practice Questions
Jay has taught AP® World History, AP® U.S. History, and AP® European History. He has been a member of the AP® World History Test Development Committee, a consultant to the College Board, and has led AP® history workshops in the United States, England, Germany, and Panama. Jay's Web site harmonhistory.com/apwh has helped many a new teacher prepare for the rigors of teaching AP® World History. He is currently the Social Studies Department chair at his school in Houston, Texas.
Author of Short-Answer and Long-Essay Practice Questions
James teaches AP® World History and AP® U.S. History in Rockton, Illinois. He serves on the College Board AP® U.S. History Curriculum Development and Assessment Committee and is a table leader for AP® U.S. History. James has presented at the AP® Annual Conference, scored essays at district-wide table readings, authored AP® exam questions, and coordinated a district-wide implementation of DBQ essay formative assessments
Author of AP® Historical Thinking Skills: A Primer
Dave is the Site Director of The History Project and an award-winning high school history teacher with experience in the AP® World History and AP® U.S. History courses. He has worked with pre-service elementary and secondary teachers and organized numerous one-day and week-long workshops for teachers at all grade levels. He has published many articles in education journals and presented at dozens of conferences and workshops. Dave has written test items for AP® World History, the Praxis World History Exam, and the SAT World History Subject Test Study Guide. He also coauthored the Tenth-Grade Course Description for the California Department of Education's Framework for History-Social Science.