Learn key concepts and AP® Macroeconomics material from top AP instructors, including many of the same high school teachers and college faculty who helped design the AP curriculum in partnership with the College Board.
Each module will cover a major concept in the AP® Macroeconomics course, based on Advanced Placement® standards.
All topics are broken into bite-sized pieces—with short instructional videos, interactive graphs, and practice problems.
Throughout the 18 core modules, you will also find more than 30 short videos. Each one is placed at a critical juncture – ensuring you don’t miss important ideas, definitions and concepts.
This course is specifically designed for blended learning in AP classrooms, but can also be used by AP students independently as supplementary help and exam review.
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- Mastery of the AP® Macroeconomics curriculum
- Build confidence in the material as you learn key concepts from experienced AP® Macroeconomics teachers
- Build graphical intuition through interactive graphing
- Practice for your exam with graded exam-style questions (with explanations)
Sally Meek is an AP® Macroeconomics teacher at Plano West Senior High School in Plano, Texas. She has been teaching AP® Macroeconomics for 17 years. She has been working with the College Board since 1998 and has been presenting AP Workshops since 2000. She has served in many roles with the College Board: as a member of the AP Test Development Committee, an Advisor to the AP® Macroeconomics Development Committee, a Reader, a Table Leader, and a Question Leader. Sally served as President of G.A.T.E. (The Global Association of Teachers of Economics), and received a distinguished service award from GATE. The Southwest Region of College Board awarded Sally with an Advanced Placement Special Recognition award in 2004.
Sally is also a co-author, along with John Morton and Dr. Mark Shug, of a high school economics textbook, published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.