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New Pathways to Teaching in New Jersey NPTNJ Alternate Route

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Advanced Placement Summer Institute APSI 2019

Make a Difference & Change Your Life! Become a Teacher!

What is New Pathways To Teaching in New Jersey NPTNJ?

NPTNJ is a partnership between New Jersey City University and Ocean County College.

NPTNJ offers an alternate route teacher preparation program designed to provide candidates with the skills and strategies necessary to become excellent, successful teachers.

Candidates take NPTNJ coursework at OCC either on campus or as a hybrid program. The program provides a process for individuals who already hold a bachelor’s degree or higher to become licensed teachers without having to complete a traditional teacher training program. The NPTNJ program is regulated and approved by the NJ Department of Education (DOE).

Grow your professional credentials this Summer. Invest in you!

AP Classes Held: Monday-Thursday, July 22-25, 2019

Daily Schedule: 8:00AM to 4:30PM

Check out our 2019 APSI Brochure.

2019 APSI Registration Form
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2019 APSI Hotel Information

Course NameCourse Code
BiologySRAP-100
English Language & CompositionSRAP-115
English Literature & CompositionSRAP 102
Physics 1SRAP-119
SpanishSRAP-111
StatisticsSRAP-108
US Government & PoliticsSRAP-106
US HistorySRAP-103
World HistorySRAP-121

*For 2019, science classes will be taught in a traditional classroom, not a lab setting.  Classes will be primarily lecture driven.

Teachers may earn professional development hours or continuing education units by attending AP Workshops and the Summer Institute which are offered through a partnership between Ocean County College and the College Board.

The workshops are designed to support the new or experienced teacher in every aspect of AP course content, organization, and methodology. For administrators and other education professionals, workshops address fundamental issues faced in introducing, developing, and sustaining an AP Program at your institution.

Call us with questions at  732.255.0409 or email us at cpeinfo@ocean.edu.

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