Phone: 720-554-2285
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Bill Zeigler
World History- Experienced
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Bill Zeigler lives in San Diego with his wife Marianne. He earned his BA in history from San Diego State University and MA in education with an emphasis in professional development in gifted education. He teaches world history and literature in the Humanities program at San Marcos High School, where he is the lead in developing a 9th-grade HSS-ELA course in Big History. Bill is currently an exam leader for AP World History, previously serving as a reader, table leader, and question leader. He was also a reader for US History. Bill has always had a keen interest in world history. He was a fellow of the Woodrow Wilson National Foundation at Princeton where he studied the "long nineteenth-century" and was awarded a two-year NEH fellowship to study India and China at Cal Poly Pomona. Bill has presented at the World History Association, National Council for the Social Studies, and the AP Annual Conference. He is an international consultant
​for the College Board in World History, Social Studies, Vertical Teaming, and Interdisciplinary Strategies, with presentations in Heidelberg, Brasilia, Bangkok, Madrid, Seoul, Cairo, Manila, and Nairobi. Bill has served as a member of the program committee and the executive board of the World History Association. You can email Bill at

Cherry Creek AP Summer Institute
July 25 - July 28, 2016
World History - New
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Course Agenda and Syllabus​ ​
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