Summer Session : 45 Hour Full Structured English Immersion Completion Course: June 4-July 29

around the cornerSummer Registration is just around the corner! Registration for the 45 Hour Full Structured English Immersion Completion course will open on April 28.

The course is an 8-week facilitated course which begins June 4 and concludes July 29.

On April 28, check back here for specific procedures for registering for this course. We look forward to working with you!

Spring 2014 SEI Courses are FULL! Be looking for Summer 2014 Course Announcement.

All sections of the 45 hour Full Structured English Immersion Completion course are closed due to full enrollment. Classes opened on April 2nd and will end on May27th.  Be looking for an announcement of dates for Summer 2014 courses.


Looking for Professional Development Hours?

searchingspacerRecently IDEAL rolled out a series of Open Entry/Open Exit online course modules developed in cooperation with the Arizona Department of Education. These course modules are designed to provide a short introduction to a specific topic of interest to educators. Our newest module is titled Mandatory Reporting of Child Abuse. Other titles include Introduction to Arizona's Common Core Standards - ELA and The Power of Syllables and Reading Instruction. We invite you to try out one of these open entry/open exit course modules and earn from one to three hours of professional development credit, depending on the module. Registration is open now under the Professional Development link in IDEAL. Click on the Open Entry tab to view available course titles or click here to go there now. **Important Note: You must be logged in to IDEAL to view courses.  The course lists will not appear for those who do not log in before viewing the catalog(s).

H2O4U Available Year-Round!

H2O4UCentral Arizona Project’s (CAP’s) H2O4U program is now year-round! This educational opportunity, aimed at middle school and high school students, provides information about the critical water issues facing central and southern Arizona. The program includes information about CAP, Arizona’s water history, water conservation, careers in the water profession and other emerging issues related to the state’s water supply. The H2O4U assignment and assessment, learning unit lesson plans and online game are available at