Meet your APSI College Board Endorsed Consultant for AP Environmental Science: Kati Morris

Kati Morris is an Upper School Science Instructor at Canterbury School, in Fort Myers, Florida.  Alongside her AP Environmental Science and Honors Biology classes, she also oversees the Canterbury Upper School Independent Student Research program, which has included beginning a biotechnology course that culminates in a technician assistant certification exam offered through the University of Florida.

She has taught biology, chemistry and environmental science for thirteen years total, ten of which were at Title 1 public schools.  Kati has also served as an AP Reader since 2016, and is one of eight teachers featured in the AP Daily videos included on the AP Classroom platform. She is also completing her Masters in Environmental Science at the University of Florida.

  • AP Environmental Science is offered during the following sessions in 2024:
    • In-Person WaltonAPSI Event 1 June 18-21, 2024 Tuesday through Friday;
    • Online WaltonAPSI Event 2 June 18-21, 2024 Tuesday through Friday
    • Online Walton APSI Event 3 June 24-27 Monday through Thursday

During this APSI session:

Learn the scientific principles, concepts, and methodologies required to understand the relationship between the natural world and human actions in an interactive and engaging format. Identify, analyze, and propose solutions for environmental problems both natural and human-made. Learn to develop an understanding of the Curriculum and Exam Description (CED), how to integrate science practices and concepts, and prepare unit plans that incorporate lab activities. An emphasis will be placed on labwork, developing student skills (ie: computation, writing, analysis), and meeting the individual needs of APSI participants.