Here’s a great resource for AP CS Principles teachers who are preparing students for the May 2017 AP exam.
Baker Franke (code.org) has created a tool called AP Block Markup Language that will take pseudocode and turn it into the block AP Style code. This is useful, because AP exam questions are programming language agnostic and written in both pseudocode and block code. Franke’s tool allows teachers to easily convert and present students with both types of questions when preparing for the AP exam.
For more information or to check it out for yourself, visit APBML, the DIY AP markup language.