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There are two opportunities to reflect on the 2019 AP Calculus Exam on Thursday, November 7, 2019, at the
NCCTM State Math Conference,
(See the Presentation Archive category on the menu at the left for slides from
Chief Reader presentations during the last several years.)
- 8:30-10:15 AM, Biltmore A
Stephen Davis, Davidson College:
Lessons from the 2019 AP Calculus Exam
(Description: The 2019 Chief Reader reflects on the 2019 AP Calculus exams, exam development and grading, and student performance.)
3:30-4:15 PM, Biltmore A
Ken Collins, Charlotte Latin School:
2019 AP Calculus Exam and Grading
(Description: This session will review the questions and solutions to the 2019 AP Calculus exam. We will discuss how to prepare your students for the 2020 exam.)
NCAAMPT published newsletters from 1993 to 2014.
We ceased collecting dues and maintaining an active membership list in 2014.
The organization has been largely dormant since,
save for a few postings on this website.
Our URL expires in spring, 2020, and the Advisory Board has decided
to disband the organization.
Thank you to all who have supported us over the years.
aims to supplement AP instruction with online modules designed for in-class, blended instruction.
Teachers can arrange for their own instance of these courses
(so that they can see results of student assessments), or can
have students use them independently.
Two collections of Calculus topics can be found on the
AP® Calculus: Challenging Concepts from Calculus AB & Calculus BC
and AP® Calculus BC.
Each unit includes both videos and assessments.
See AP Central's
workshop/institute search page
to find the latest information on AP Institutes & Workshops.
The website for NCA2PMT,
is hosted at Davidson College.
(Backup site: tinyurl.com/ncaapmt)
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