ADLC Closure

ADLC will permanently close after the 2020-21 school year. View full details

ADLC Farewell Celebration

A celebration event honouring ADLC’s history and contributions to distance education will be held on June 23 at 3:30pm MST via Zoom, details below.

A website has also been created for anyone interested in providing their memories, pictures or thoughts of ADLC. Visit adlcmemories.ca for the details.

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Karla Montgomery Receives Exemplary Teacher Award

Karla Montgomery is the Department Head of Senior High Science at the Alberta Distance Learning Centre and has been with ADLC for over 6 years. Karla is committed to student success—her students know that she is always available for extra help and she spends many hours in online meetings with students.

As a department head, Karla has provided exemplary support for her colleagues. She is approachable and knowledgeable as a leader. She really believes in the power of online education and that shows in her interactions with students, parents and colleagues. Karla is encouraging and motivating as a teacher and department head. She works hard and expects the same from her students. She is always there to help and doesn’t give up on struggling students or developing teachers.

In an exceptional year, Karla has been there for her colleagues! They are blown away by Karla’s commitment to her students and fellow teachers in this trying time. Her professionalism, work ethic and empathy have not wavered one bit, if anything, she has further developed herself as a professional through all of this.

ADLC teachers, support staff and administrators have had a very trying year and Karla has grown as a professional, a teacher, a leader and a friend. Karla has shown outstanding commitment to her students and teachers, unprecedented empathy in difficult times and extraordinary professionalism in the face of adversity.

She is a school leader who is focused, intelligent, solution-oriented, always interested in improving, collaborative, knows how to build relationships with students, parents, colleagues and anyone necessary for good teaching and learning to occur. Not only is she an exemplary teacher, she has been indispensable for her science colleagues as the department head.

She provides a caring ear, necessary advice and coaching, and direction if necessary. Karla is extremely professional, flexible, adaptable, and of good humour. She can make the most of any situation, and handles adversity excellently. She is well-regarded by students, parents, and her colleagues. Additionally, she is no pushover, but knows how to advocate for what she stands for tactfully. She is a gifted and selfless educator and a tremendous example for all.

“Karla Montgomery is an Exemplary Teacher, who makes a tremendous difference to her students and an outstanding asset to her colleagues and school.”

Congratulations!

Karla Montgomery received the Pembina Hills School Division Exemplary Teacher Award in April 2021.

Training for ADLC Resources: May 12 – June 10

interested in learning how to access and use ADLC recources?

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 teachers are new to this type of learning environment, so ADLC is ready to help you with training sessions.

We offer the following choices for you to do on your own prior to joining one of our training sessions.

  1. Review the ADLC Course Access for Teachers video instructions. This video is a helpful step-by-step process for accessing ADLC print PDF courses.
  2. Log into your Teacher Support (TS) online course provided by ADLC and navigate to the Teacher Resources section. You should have received this information from ADLC Tech Support.  If you are unable to locate this information, please email ADLC Tech Support or call 1-866-774-5333, ext 5322.

Ready to Join a Scheduled Training Session?

  • Click here to join a session: ADLC Training Schedule
  • ADLC lead teachers will be hosting live, recurring, cafe-style Google Meet sessions from May 12 to June 10. General information will be provided so you and your students can access and use ADLC resources. You will have a chance to ask questions and get answers. Please note that these sessions will be limited to 30 participants. If the session is full, please contact the lead teacher or try attending the next session.
  • For other specific course information, please contact the ADLC Teacher, and feel free to email that teacher with questions.

If, at any time, you have questions about the training sessions or ADLC, please email ADLC Partner Support at info@adlc.ca or call 1-866-774-5333.

Training for ADLC Resources: April 29-May 1

interested in learning how to access and use ADLC recources?

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 teachers are new to this type of learning environment, so ADLC is ready to help you with training sessions.

We offer the following choices for you to do on your own prior to joining one of our training sessions.

  1. Review the ADLC Course Access for Teachers video instructions. This video is a helpful step-by-step process for accessing ADLC print PDF courses.
  2. Log into your Teacher Support (TS) online course provided by ADLC and navigate to the Teacher Resources section. You should have received this information from ADLC Tech Support.  If you are unable to locate this information, please email ADLC Tech Support or call 1-866-774-5333, ext 5322.

Ready to Join a Scheduled Training Session?

  • Click here to join a session: ADLC Training Schedule
  • ADLC lead teachers will be hosting live Google Meet sessions April 28 to May 1. General information will be provided so you and your students can access and use ADLC resources. You will have a chance to ask questions and get answers. Please note that these sessions will be limited to 30 participants. If the session is full, please contact the lead teacher or try attending the next session. More sessions will be offered as necessary. 
  • For other specific course information, please contact the ADLC Teacher, and feel free to email that teacher with questions.

If, at any time, you have questions about the training sessions or ADLC, please email ADLC Partner Support at info@adlc.ca or call 1-866-774-5333.