Want to Become an Online APAA Adjunct Teacher ?
Tennessee teachers are the cornerstone of the AP Access for All (APAA) program. Our adjunct educators are located across the state; ready to offer guidance, motivation, and aid to their designated online learners. Adjunct teachers are supported and trained by the APAA administrative team and a Subject Area Lead Teacher.
Roles and Responsibilities of a Niswonger Online Teacher
Gain insight into the expectations for adjunct teachers by reviewing a few of our established teacher standards.
- Provide support, encouragement, and assistance to the assigned online learners.
- Provide feedback to students that will enable them to improve and be successful within the course and on the AP exam.
- Collaborate with the lead teacher and other teachers in your subject area to improve the course.
- Hold the proper endorsement and certification that correlates with the online course.
- Offer a minimum of three hours of virtual office time per week.
- Answer all email concerns, questions, and inquiries from students within 24 hours.
- Post grades for all assignments, projects, and papers within 7 days of submission.
- Make concerted efforts to re-engage students who are not logging in or successfully completing assignments.
- Due to College Board regulations, active AP Coordinators cannot be an AP teacher due to conflict of interest.
Compensation and Pay
Payment is $2,000 per section plus $50 per student
- Year long teachers are paid 4 times per year ($500 each payment plus $50/student added to check in May)
- Spring Teachers are paid 2 times per year ($1,000 each payment plus $50/student added to check in May)
- Sections do not exceed 20 students.
- AP teachers are paid as a 1099 contract employee.
APAA Adjunct Teacher Interest Form
If you are interested in applying to be an adjunct for the APAA program, please begin by answering the question below.