7th Annual NETOP Workshop
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Featured Presenters
Past Presenters
 Alan Feldman
Alan Feldman is a teacher of AP Psychology at Glen Rock High School in Glen Rock, NJ. Since 1993, Alan has taught dozens of one-day and week-long AP Psychology workshops for the College Board. He has been an AP reader continuously since the exam’s inception in 1992 and a table leader since 2003. He is a former member of the AP psychology test development committee (2001-2005) as well as a recipient of the 1994 Moffet Teaching Award for high school psychology, the 2003 Princeton University Distinguished Secondary Teaching award and the 2015 APA TOPSS Charles T. Blair-Broeker Excellence in Teaching Award. 
 Charlie Blair-Broeker
Charlie Blair-Broeker taught psychology at Cedar Falls High School (Iowa) from 1978 until his retirement in 2014 and now serves as an adjunct instructor at Hawkeye Community College in Waterloo, Iowa. He has been a Question Leader, Rubric Writer, Table Leader, or Reader for Advanced Placement® Psychology Examinations since the test was first administered in 1992, and has completed a three-year term on the AP® Psychology Test Development Committee. He has been involved in a number of American Psychological Association initiatives including, serving as a member of the Task Force that authored the National Standards for High School Psychology and serving as chair of the Executive Board of Teachers of Psychology in Secondary Schools (TOPSS). He is the co-author of Thinking About Psychology: The Science of Mind and Behavior (Worth Publishers). 
 Brad Wray
Brad Wray has taught psychology for the past nine years at Arundel High School in Gambrills, MD. He has served as a reader for the AP Psychology exam and in 2016 he was elected to the Teachers of Psychology in Secondary Schools (TOPSS) Executive Board as a Member at Large. In 2017, Brad Co-chaired the Technology Strand at the APA Summit on High School Psychology Education. His uses of technology in the classroom include a student crowdsourced wiki of psychology called Psychlopedia and many YouTube videos which leverage his musical abilities to communicate vital psychology concepts. His psychology teaching videos have been featured on the Freakonomics blog and in Scientific American.
 Michael Sullivan
Michael Sullivan has been teaching psychology for 25 years and he currently teaches AP Psychology and a course on thinking at Hopkinton (MA) High School. He is a past member of the AP Psychology Test Development Committee, recipient of the APA TOPSS Excellence in Teaching Award (2015) and winner of the Moffett Teaching Excellence Award (2000). He was featured in an article on exceptional teaching in the September 2015 edition of the APA Monitor on Psychology.

Workshop Details
Join the region's leading group of educators committed to deepening psychological knowledge at the secondary level for our annual workshop and network of dedicated professionals.
  • Presentations on ready-to-use classroom teaching activities
  • A look at new resources
  • Collegial sharing of teaching ideas
  • An opportunity to get reenergized for the upcoming school year and network with other psychology teachers from our area

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When:
Monday, 
August 13th, 2018
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Where:
Hopkinton High School
90 Hayden Rowe St.
Hopkinton, MA 01748

Cost:
$20 Includes -
lunch & materials

Questions:
Email: Mike Hamilton

or

Call: (319)-230-0082