The following link contains strategies and tips, teacher, system parent, student and teacher professional development resources assembled by the Educational Technology Section of the ALSDE:
ACCESS Virtual Learning
ALSDE and ACCESS Support Centers "plugged in" and collaborated together at Troy Support Center for the Spring Retreat.
The ACCESS Franchise Model is an agreement between the school districts and the State Department of Education to use the content of selected ACCESS courses absolutely without charge.
ACCESS AP Procedures for Teachers
Collegeboard implemented a new process for AP Audit Ledger. All AP course instructors (ACCESS AP instructors are included) are required to have a Collegeboard Audit account and personally utilize the resources in the account. Instructors will only be able to include courses in their accounts that they are teaching in that specific year. Collegeboard implemented a unique process for syllabus submission.
See the AP Course User Guide for detailed instructions on enrolling and participating in the audit.
ACCESS teachers –
The ACCESS course development team is seeking teachers who are interested in serving as subject matter experts (SME) for a wide range of new development and revision projects this year. These projects will occur over the 2021-2022 school year, with course launches for the 2022-2023 school year. The course projects for this year are