COVID-19: Accessing ADLC Resources

With the emergence of COVID-19, we would like to remind you that we provide free access to course resources to all schools in the province. View full details

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Accessing Teacher Support (TS) Services

2020 was a big year for our TS services. We created a simpler process for users to access TS resources. While the pandemic pushed our timeline ahead on this project, we are happy to report great success. Beginning August 17, all TS users will go directly to TS Moodle to access TS services. Learn more...
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ADLC Support for Alberta Schools Re-Entry Plans

Planning for what is and what may be is daunting at the moment. ADLC is a critical resource at your disposal. We hope this can serve as a support for you and your teachers. Carefully consider the following, and feel free to forward this information to your teaching staff. We have two key services at...
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August 14 Reminder: Teacher Support (TS) Sections Deadline

August 14 Deadline for Teacher Support (TS) Sections Teacher Support (TS) sections (courses) are reset each year in August in preparation for the new school year. What does this mean? If you had students in TS sections in 2019-20, August 14 is the last day to save/export your student’s grades into your own school’s student...

Important Dates: Summer Months, 2020-21 Calendar

We have highlighted some important summer dates to keep in mind June 26 - Last day of school, SI course expiry June 29 - Granted summer extensions begin July 1 - ADLC closed for Canada Day July 31 - Course completion date for summer extensions August 3 - ADLC closed for Heritage Day August 14...
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Experiences of ADLC’s Elementary-Aged Students

In our mid-winter newsletter, we shared some advice from successful high school students who received portions of their education at a distance, through ADLC.  This article describes the experiences of a few elementary-aged students who receive some of their instruction from ADLC teachers. Using Google Meet, we interviewed four students—Elliott, Shelley, Gillian and Abigail, with...
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Open Letter Regarding ADLC

I hope this letter finds you well in these unique and trying times. 2019-2020 has been a year of triumphs and trials for ADLC. I am writing to you today to share some of these stories, as well as outline some key items for you to be aware of in the coming year and beyond....
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Programming Changes for 2020-21

In response to reduced funding for the 2020-2021 school year, ADLC will need to reduce levels of service in some areas. One step is to delist courses that have low enrolments or low completion rates and those that require significant work to maintain quality. Please review the list below and adjust program planning accordingly.   ADLC...
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Summer Extensions Finalized

ADLC is pleased to announce that the vast majority of the 720 Summer Extension requests received by the deadline of May 15 will be fulfilled. In order to ensure that all of these students will have access to a teacher throughout July, there will be some delays in assessment turnaround in some courses due to...
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ADLC Services Intact for 2020-21 School Year

ADLC’s Student Instruction (SI) and Teacher Support (TS) services will continue to be provided to Alberta schools in 2020-2021. Thereafter, distance education services will shift to online schools operated by school jurisdictions. Pembina Hills School Division will restructure its Vista Virtual School to support students enrolled in our schools and we invite partnerships with Alberta...

Training for ADLC Resources: May 12 – June 10

Training sessions have concluded.  Please contact the lead teacher or Partner Support at 1-866-774-5333, ext. 5378 or email info@adlc.ca if you have questions. As teachers and students across Alberta transition to remote/online/distance teaching, more teachers are accessing ADLC’s free printable and digital resources. This is wonderful; that’s why they were created. We know that many...
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