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

To promote a seamless working relationship with your school, students, and ADLC staff, we have identified areas of responsibility so that we can work together to help your students achieve success with their ADLC Student Instruction (SI) courses. If you have any questions, please contact Partner Support at 1-866-774-5333, ext.5378 or at info@adlc.ca

Key Responsibilities of Partner Schools using
Student Instruction (SI) Courses

Student Information System (SIS) Super Users:

  • Register students with complete profile information (including IPPs or other pertinent documentation/information)
  • Update SIS with students’ current contact information, including parent/guardian information (required especially for courses that require consent – Junior High Health, CALM, Religious Studies etc.)
  • Confirm prerequisite requirements prior to enrolling students in courses
  • Ensure students are provided with current resources (assignments, modules, instruction workbooks, textbooks, novels, films, etc.)

Facilitators:

  • Guide students through the submission process
  • Remind students to
         – Regularly check their email for ADLC teacher feedback
         – Regularly read assignment feedback in Gradebook
         – Ask for help as needed
         – Do their best work
         – Submit their own work
         – Create and/or implement a suitable assignment submission timeline plan
  • Encourage students to inform their ADLC teacher of any malfunctioning course components
  • Contact the ADLC teachers directly about issues or questions 
  • Maintain regular contact with the students and/or family in order to
         – Ensure all of the Alberta Education requirements for the students are being met
         – Regularly monitor student progress to ensure the students are being successful
  • Provide non-academic support to the students, including
         – Motivating the students to progress successfully
         – Giving students training as needed for successful navigation in ADLC courses and systems
         – Issuing additional school support where needed
         – Supplying links to external support
         – Academic support is encouraged where possible, under the direction of the ADLC teacher
  • Provide ADLC with information relevant to the student’s overall success
  • Take the necessary steps to terminate the enrollment if it’s in the best interest of the student
  • Ensure that your students taking ADLC courses have the opportunity to write their PATs and diploma exams at your school or a provincial writing centre
  • Stay informed! We encourage all of our partners to review our communications (newsletters, system alerts, news posts etc.) sent through email, and our website, to ensure they have the latest information on procedures, policies, important dates, system issues etc. 

Exam Supervisors:

  • Prepare, in advance, to meet the requirements for the exams (ensure readiness of software, hardware, and passwords)
  • Know and communicate exam timelines and schedules to students
  • Keep exams secure before and after writing
  • Administer exams according to the instructions provided by the ADLC teacher

Key Responsibilities of ADLC Teachers & SI Courses

ADLC Teachers:

  • Welcome students to courses
  • Explain how communication will take place
  • Describe course expectations and outline the deadlines and important dates
  • Monitor and communicate student progress throughout the course
  • Give prompt, quality feedback to help students progress through the course
  • Provide exam preparation study guides and/or hints in preparation for exams
  • Remind students to
         – Regularly check their email and text messages for ADLC teacher feedback
         – Regularly read assignment feedback in Gradebook
         – Ask for help as needed
         – Do their best work
         – Submit their own work
         – Create and/or implement a suitable assignment submission timeline plan
  • Ask students to tell their facilitator or the ADLC teacher of any malfunctioning course components
  • Inform partners and students of any issues with courses or our interactions with the system

Rev: 2020-04-29