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Christopher Hall
Human Geography
 
Christopher Hall​Christopher Hall has been teaching AP Human Geography since the course was introduced by the College Board in 2000 and was a member of the Test Development Committee from 2007-2011 and has been regularly requested to submit questions to the committees since.  He was a contributing author of the AP Vertical Teams Guide for History and the Social Sciences and has been the editor for two Human Geography Curriculum Modules (Urban Geography and Gender and Geography) published by the College Board.  Prior to AP Human Geography Chris taught world regional geography courses in both junior and senior high schools.   He has been an AP exam reader since 2001 and is currently a table leader.  NCGE recognized Chris as its Distinguished Teacher in 2007 and he the Utah Geographic Alliance awarded him Outstanding Secondary Teacher in 2001.  He has also been his own school district's "Teacher of the Year (2006).  This year, Chris was a question-writer for the iScore5TM Human Geography app.  Chris considers his experience as a presenter at AP workshops and institutes one of the highlights of his career and he conducts them regularly.  He is also an endorsed consultant in Pre-AP Strategies in Social Studies and has worked with social studies vertical teams in schools across the country and internationally.

Cherry Creek AP Summer Institute
July 25 - July 28, 2016
Human Geography

Course Syllabus and Agenda
  
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