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 of experience teaching AP Chemistry and is a College Board AP Chemistry consultant, as well as, a College Board workshop coordinator.He teaches AP chemistry to sophomores as a first year chemistry program. He initiated and established AP chemistry programs in three different high schools.
Mark Langella has been an AP chemistry consultant for over 23 years mentoring new AP Chemistry instructors and has worked for Industry as a consultant for educational programs since 1990. He is also author of Syllabus # 4 in AP College Board Handbook.
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 currently the STANY’s Westchester/ Bronx Section science area representative.
He is presently an adjunct chemistry professor at Syracuse University and an adjunct education professor at Manhattanville College.
He is also the author of numerous published experimental kits and AP chemistry labs for FLINN Scientific.