AP World History Teacher

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Khatlon Silk Road, Central Asia

Jonathan Henderson has over 20 years teaching experience spanning middle school, high school, and university classes. He studied history at the graduate level at Cambridge University and in 2011 taught in Central Asia as a US State Department Fellow. In 2007 he was a Fulbright Scholar to China and has since spent time in Korea and Japan on study grants. He has been teaching AP World History since 2002 and been a reader for the exam since 2008. He has edited and written material for several of the major AP World History textbooks and was a contributor to the forthcoming The Sea in World History. In 2008 Jonathan served on a College Board committee in New York to review and edit the Curriculum Framework for the course redesign and is part of the College Board’s Curriculum and Instruction Team for the current rewrite. For several years Jonathan has been a contracted question writer for the AP World History exam and is currently writing multiple choice questions and DBQs for the 2017 redesigned exam. He teaches AP World History and Humanities at Forsyth Central High School near Atlanta Georgia, and is a College Board certified trainer and consultant for AP World History.

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