AP World & European History
Welcome back, historians!
“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed
by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do.
So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbor.
Catch the trade winds in your sails.
Explore. Dream. Discover."
My online course is open for student registration. Follow these steps to get started. If you need additional guidance, consult the support site, especially the system requirements which list recommended browsers.
Bookmark the page to make it easy to return to (although note the the URL will look different due to security measures).
Enroll in this course using one of the following options:
If you have an access code, select "I have a student access code", enter the code exactly as it appears on the card, and click Submit.
If you don't have an access code, either purchase a text package that includes one OR click "I want to purchase access" and follow the instructions.
If you need to start working but can't purchase right away, select "I want temporary access" and follow the instructions. Please note: Your grades are linked to your Launchpad account username (email address). If you use temporary access, make sure you purchase or register your code using the same email address for your paid access.
If you have problems registering, purchasing, or logging in, please contact Customer Support.
You can reach a representative 7 days a week:
- through the online form
- by chat
- by phone at (800) 936-6899
Looking forward to seeing you in class!
AP EXAM REGISTRATION
I will be posting a link here in the future for registration - stay tuned!
All students are expected to maintain an organized 3-ring binder, to be used exclusively for this class. The binder must feature dividers, with labels, and hold all notes, quizzes, papers and handouts. This will be checked each marking period for a grade.
* Class & reading notes
* Chapter study guides
* Handouts & Essays
In addition, every student is required to bring a composition book that will be used as a journal, and will stay in my classroom. Your journals will be graded at various intervals for a daily grade, so stay up to date. If you are absent, be sure to get the writing prompt from me or another classmate.