Advanced Chemistry Mentoring Program 

Yearly Access

Instructor: Mark Langella is currently an AP Chemistry instructor at Mahopac High School in New York. He received a BA in Chemistry from Manhattan College, and a  MA in Science Education from Lehman College. He is also a NYS certified chemistry and chemical technology instructor. Mark Langella has over 27 years experience teaching AP Chemistry and is a College Board AP Chemistry consultant, as well as, a College Board workshop coordinator.
Mark Langella has over 18  years experience mentoring new AP Chemistry instructors and has worked for CIBA as a consultant for educational programs since 1990. He is also the founder and director of the Putnam/Westchester Industry and Teacher Alliance and has been a coordinating board member of both the SUNY Purchase Alliance of Chemistry Educators (1990-2000), as well as, the Teaching Center at SUNY Purchase (1999-2002). He is also the author of published experimental kits and AP chemistry labs for FLINN Scientific.  Author of Syllabus # 4 in AP College Board Handbook.
This online website is provided for AP Chemistry teachers in need of additional support to increase mastery.

Access to the site will provide the following items all on one site:

Monthly Online Web Cast meetings to discuss support issues

Sequential Course Curriculum

Links to numerous Sequenced Online Applets

Lab Activities and Class Demonstrations Sequenced by Topic

Links to numerous sequenced curriculum video clips

Class Notes and HW Samples

Various PowerPoint’s, Overhead Notes, Handouts Organized by Topic

Student Study Guidelines

Content Support Throughout the School Year

Over 20 Years of collected Teacher Support Materials saved as pdf, word and htm format

The institute will provide information and materials to participating teachers that will:

enhance your classroom presentations in many areas of the AP Chemistry program
encourage teachers to use methods in their classrooms that involve new demonstration ideas
expand the scope of your laboratory activities using computer interfaced equipment
provide a forum for discussion and sharing of their materials and ideas

refine your skills in examination preparation

Date: September 15th  to End of Current School Year Registered.

Cost:  $695.00

The course  is conducted completely online.

Sponsored by: PWISTA

Credit : A 30-hour certificate toward in-service credit will be issued for use according  to your school district’s policy.

To purchase a yearly user name and password to use the site in your classroom and register for the course  please fill out the registration form below.

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