Patrick Diehl has taught AP Physics B, AP Physics 1, and AP Physics C Mechanics & Electricity/Magnetism at Ashley Hall School (9 years) in Charleston, SC, Hong Kong International School (10 years), and United World College in Thailand (2 years). He has taught AP Physics 1 and AP Physics C Mechanics & Electricity/Magnetism for the last four years at Walworth Barbour American International School in Israel. Before his secondary school science career, he was a researcher in Solid State Science, conducting materials research mainly using High-Resolution Electron Microscopy. In addition to teaching AP Physics, he has had a strong interest and background in incorporating Physics Education Research (specifically using Modeling Physics). He has also been a Reader of the AP Physics exams (since 2011) and an AP Physics Consultant for the College Board (since 2014).
College credits are offered by NNU (Northwest Nazarene University) and cost is $120 for 2 credits.
Teachers need to write a three-page essay on what was learned at the APSI and how what was learned will be applied to a lesson.
To register now, see NNU Website:
How to Register
AP ScholarshipsTeach at rural school? Apply for a scholarship of $1500 to pay for the institute!
Teach at a school with 50% or more minorities or 50% free and reduced lunch? Apply for a $1000 fellowship to pay for the institute!
Applications are due February 14th at 11:59 EST!