Several folks have asked about my summer schedule. As usual, I'll be running several AP summer institutes.
Do note -- you don't have to be teaching AP to come to an AP summer institute! We discuss far, far more than simply "How do I teach my students to game the AP exam." In fact, we don't discuss gaming the test at all. Rather, we discuss physics teaching as professionals.
I share what has worked for me, and for other teachers who have taught me; participants share their own ideas. I do quantitative demonstrations on a variety of topics. I share my tests and problem sets, for all levels that I teach. You get to take home a CD containing not only some of my own handouts and ideas, but also the official College Board released exams -- with rubrics. All of these materials can be used at every level of physics teaching.
Want to sign up? Here's where I'll be:
June 25-29, Richmond, VA (through VASS, Virginia Advanced Study Strategies. I don't know whether this one is open to the public or not -- send an email to the link at the VASS website, and ask!)
July 10-13, Kennesaw State University, Georgia (This one's four long days rather than five short days.)
July 16-20, North Carolina State University, Raleigh
July 30-Aug. 3, Manhattan College, New York City (Manhattan College is in The Bronx.)