ADLC offers programming for students of all abilities.
ADLC grade 1-9 teachers regularly differentiate the learning experiences for students much like the classroom differentiation done by teachers in traditional school environments. ADLC teachers use the flexibility of our courses’ built-in opportunities for differentiation. They adjust content, processes and or products to meet the needs of students who have literacy or numeracy deficits, social/emotional/behavioural challenges, physical limitations, general learning impediments, or are English Language Learners.
When students require more than the typical classroom differentiation, ADLC offers increased individualization through our Personalized Learning Program.
Personalized Learning is a differentiated, adapted and/or modified program with a very customized approach to education. ADLC’s Personalized Learning teachers work closely with schools, parents, and students, to develop an individualized plan for students. Plans are designed to meet students right where they are and to help them move forward at their own pace.
Personalized Learning is successful with a team effort and therefore needs strong parental/instructor involvement.
Personalized Learning is offered in all four core subjects in each of Division 1, 2, and 3. Students should be registered in the Division of their current grade level not by their ability level. View our Course Listing to see available Personalized Learning courses (search ‘Personalized Learning’ in the keyword search field).
Registration of students in Personalized Learning courses is completed in the ADLC Student Information System (SIS) by a school Super User.
If you are unsure if your school has a Super User, or have any other questions, please give our Partner Support team a call at 1-866-774-5333, ext. 5378 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.