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ADLC provides distance learning opportunities for all types of students.
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As an online school, we believe in access to education for all students. In keeping with this, we provide on-demand, year-round learning opportunities.
Currently, one in three schools and one in 11 students in Alberta use our services and access our online and print courses, continuing education and adult upgrading, and enrichment programs.
We know there’s more than one way to accomplish a task, so we work with students, teachers, and administrators on an individual basis.
Instead, students communicate remotely with their teachers and complete course work using print and/or electronic materials. One of the major benefits of distance education is increased flexibility, which allows students to learn at their own pace and at times and locations convenient to them.
Over 600 Alberta schools (and over 40,000 students) use ADLC.
Courses taken at ADLC appear on transcripts the same way as those taken at any other Alberta school.
For students who have sufficient access to the internet, online schools can simulate the classroom experience. Online programs offer flexibility, assessment tools and strategies, and frequent student-teacher interaction.
For students who prefer printed materials, this service offers the flexibility of independent reading, instruction, and completion of assignments. Students who opt for this method also have access to assistance from ADLC's professional teachers.
ADLC also provides blends of print and online delivery for Teacher Support courses. Contact the ADLC Learning Network and customize a program to suit your school’s needs.
It’s important to stay focused on your end goal, but it’s also helpful to set smaller goals along the way. For instance, “Finish Chapter 13 by June 5th” might be a small goal that makes achieving the larger goal easier.
We all function better when we’re well rested, so opt for a well-paced study schedule that allows you to give both your body and your brain the rest they need.
Whether you’re taking a high school course for the first time, upgrading, studying for your GED, or preparing for diploma exams, it can be all too easy to get side-tracked. Small things like turning off the TV or ignoring your phone for a bit will help you stay focused.
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