Jay Harmon's
Advanced Placement* European History
since 1998--and it shows! 
 Cited on besthistorysites.net
Redesign happened starting with the 2016 exam.
Details
here

Welcome to a website for teachers and students interested in AP European History.

                                   Contents
                                 Teacher-Created AP Euro Web Sites
                           AP European History Research Links
                           Textbook Search
                           The College Board's AP Central Web Site
                          
Join The AP European History Internet Forum
                                 


Teacher-Created AP Euro Web Sites

Bullard HS, California

Hopkins HS,
Minnesota

Ely HS, Florida

Heritage HS, Texas

History Teacher.net


        



AP Euro Research Links

Eurodocs

The History Guide

WWW Virtual Library

World  War I

Europe 1500-1800

Cold War Websites

Internet Modern History
Sourcebook



Art History Links

CGFA Online Art Museum

Museum of Modern Art 

On the Web

Search for Popular AP European History Texts

Pearson/Prentice Hall

Norton

Bedford/St. Martins

McGraw Hill


 



The AP European History
Electronic Discussion Group

      The AP European History Electronic Discussion Group is a discussion group
           for professional educators interested or involved in AP European History.
           Knowing first-hand how overwhelming an AP life can be, we help each
           other throughout the year in a professional, cordial and brief manner.
           All aspects of the AP Euro program are open for discussion.
           The forum is conducted by the College Board.  Sign up here



If you have any comments or suggestions for this web site please e-mail its creator,
Jay Harmon, teacher at Houston Christian HS: Mr. Harmon's email
However--
do not ask me to do your homework for you. 

Mr. Harmon is a veteran teacher of AP European History, AP US History and AP World History and is the creator and former moderator of the College Board's e-mail discussion groups in each of the above disciplines. 
He has been an AP exam essay reader in AP US and AP European History and was part of the leadership at the AP World History exam essay readings from 2002 to 2105.   He has two degrees from Louisiana State University.


*The terms "AP" & "Advanced Placement" are owned by the College Board, which neither
sponsors this web site nor endorses anything on it. 

This web site neither has nor seeks corporate sponsorship.

E Pluribus Unum.

Updated November, 2016