Art History

AP 592.100 | Online | Lacey Van Reeth


This online AP Art History APSI course allows participants to explore the AP Art History course framework, the AP exam format and expectations, and the new AP resources that will help them plan and create focus instruction. Attention will be given to the areas where high school students need special focus in AP Art History, and to pedagogical approaches that teachers can use in their classrooms. Throughout the duration of the course, participants will learn about the digital registration process at the start of the school year, with special focus on AP Classroom resources, including unit guides, personal progress checks, AP Daily videos, the AP question bank, and the AP teacher community. By attending this AP Art History APSI, participants will gain deeper insight into the following key takeaways, among several others: Understanding the Course Units and Overall Organization; Understanding the Eight Art Historical Skills, Planning and Pacing for the duration of the Course; Teaching the Course; Assessing Student Progress; The AP Art History Exam; and Engaging as a Member of the AP Community.


Lacy Van Reeth

Lacey Van Reeth

Lacey Van Reeth has been a teacher in the Visual Arts Department at the A.W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts in West Palm Beach, Florida for 14 years. Lacey has served as the Dean of the Visual Arts department since 2015 and is also an alumna of the department. Lacey has taught AP Art History for 13 years, served as an AP Art History exam reader for nine years, and has been an AP Art History consultant for the last three years. In addition to teaching AP Art History, Lacey teaches Senior Portfolio and has also taught AP Studio Drawing. Lacey holds a B.A. in Art History from Florida Atlantic University and an M.A. in Art Education from the University of Florida.