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A Final Message from Learningpod

we will no longer be able to support Learningpod.com, the Learningpod API, or the Learningpod Widget starting March 31st, 2015.

The New AP® U.S. History Exam: Will your students be ready?

Guest blogger Rebecca Richardson delights in creating prompts for her APUSH students.

Posted on January 16th, 2015

Good Authors Write Good Questions

To have the best practice questions in place for the 2015 AP® season, we recruited prominent educators with proven ability to create sound questions and explanations. Learningpod welcomes this talented team of authors.

Posted on January 13th, 2015

Flipped Classrooms, Problem-Solving, and Learningpod

When it comes to the flipped classroom, even the most traditional lecture-style teachers are becoming believers. In this post, we share examples and tips on how to flip your classroom with Learningpod.

Flipping the Classroom: Grade 6 Edition

Learningpod is a great resource for flipped learning. This suggested plan for teaching Grade 6 Displaying Data combines pods, U.S. Census Bureau data, and Khan Academy videos.

Welcome, AP® Teachers. Our Door is Always Open.

We’re excited to announce a new resource page just for our AP teachers called AP Questions & Answers.

Posted on November 7th, 2014

Flipped Learning and AP® U.S. Government: A Case Study

Frank Franz, who teaches AP U.S. Government and Politics at James Madison High School in Vienna, Virginia, shares his approach to teaching the 25th Amendment (presidential disability and succession).

Posted on November 7th, 2014

How a Textbook Hero Flips His Classroom

Known as a textbook hero, South Florida professor Erik Christensen is now also an advocate for flipped learning. He uses flipped learning and open textbooks to engage his students and produce better results, and you can too!

Posted on October 30th, 2014

Back-to-School Night Coming Up? Parents Will Flip Over These AP® Teachers’ Solutions

These veteran AP® teachers use non-conventional approaches to back-to-school night and parents weekend.

Teaching the Revamped AP ® U.S. History

We interview a veteran AP U.S. History teacher to learn more about the College Board’s coming changes to the APUSH exam.

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