Registration Information

Register online by selecting the “Register Online” link.  Please complete all fields requesting information, including your Teacher License Case ID number (this is a requirement of ADE for you to receive your 30 hours of professional development). You may find your Case ID number at this link https://adeaels.arkansas.gov/AelsWeb/Search.aspx .  To save your registration, scroll to bottom and select the “SUBMIT” button at the end of the registration form. Late registration fees begin May 1 for June sessions at $50.00. Late registration fees for July session begin June 1 at $50.00.

Once your registration is submitted and saved, a confirmation notice will be sent to your year-round  email address entered on the registration page.  All correspondence will be through your email account.  If  the email confirmation is not received, the registration failed. Please resubmit.

Arkansas public school teachers should inform their schools that they will be responsible for payment if there are not sufficient state funds to cover their costs for the Institute. All private and out-of-state schools are responsible for their teachers’ registration fees. 

Most classes offered are for either new or experienced ***Pre-AP /AP teachers.

Definitions:

A new ***Pre-AP/AP teacher has never attended an AP Summer Institute in the specific subject area or has been trained but has taught the course for only one year.

An experienced ***Pre-AP/AP teacher has attended at least one AP Summer Institute in the specific subject area and has taught the the course for two or more years.

 

*”Teachers attending Pre-AP training at UA Little Rock’s Advanced Placement Summer Institute in their subject areas satisfy the training requirement as outlined in Section 4.03 of the Arkansas Department of Education Rules for Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate Diploma Incentive Program.”

**”Pre-AP is a registered trademark of the College Board, which was not involved in the development and delivery of this professional development.”