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Social Studies   ( Week 1 )
AP European History (Combined teachers)
Patti Harrold
Target grade(s): 10-12

Course Description

This course will offer methodology and topical studies for the AP European History teacher.

Topics and activities:
Information about redesigned AP European History course and exam
Classroom strategies
Topical European history studies
Sharing of lessons and classroom strategies

Items to Bring

  • AP European History text
  • Laptop

Biographical Sketch for Patti Harrold

Patti Harrold is social studies department chair at Edmond Memorial High School in Edmond, Oklahoma, where she has taught AP European History, AP World History, AP Art History, and AP U.S. History. She has been teaching for 41 years, primarily in Edmond, but also in Klein ISD and North Forest ISD, both in the Houston area. Ms. Harrold is a National Board certified teacher and AP Reader for European History, and has been a College Board consultant for 24 years, presenting at more than 100 College Board and AP workshops and week-long institutes. She has written and edited many publications for AP histories and has recently worked with the Teaching American History grant program and served on a History Channel grant committee. She received the College Board's Southwestern Region AP Special Recognition Award and the National Council for the Social Studies Secondary Teacher of the Year award in 2004. Ms. Harrold holds a BA from Oklahoma City University and an MS from Lamar University.


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