Alberta Teachers impacted by COVID-19: Are you seeking access to ADLC teaching resources to support your instruction from a distance? Please contact your school’s “Super User”.
Anyone seeking Teacher Support resources needs to work with their school’s registered Super User. ADLC has updated processes that allow for bulk uploads of teacher and student information. Once uploaded, teachers/students get their login information. Chances are that your school or system has already completed this step.
Who is your Super User?
School’s assign this role to various people. Principals, resource room / learning commons teachers or support staff, and school administrative assistants are commonly assigned the Super User role. If you cannot determine who it is, please contact the Partner Support team at 1-866-774-5333 or by email at email@example.com.
If your school does not have a Super User
The first step is to create a Super User account. Check with your principal to determine who they want to assign to the role.
- Please complete the Super User Request Form.
- Your Super User account will be set up as soon as possible for you to gain access to the teaching resources and the bulk upload feature.
- The Partner Support team can help. Contact them at 1-866-774-5333 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about the ADLC – School Partnership, see Roles of Partner Schools and ADLC.
Teacher Support (TS), General Information
We do not charge fees for digital resources. We provide free access to online courses and/or electronic copies of any print materials
After your school Super User has registered you in the system you can access print resources in PDF format. With the support of your Super User, you can also have access to the online versions of the courses and use them to provide instruction to your own students.
ADLC’s course materials align with learning outcomes in Alberta’s Programs of Study.
Each course includes content, assessments and answer keys. Teachers can select all or some of the material and decide how and when to use it.
ADLC does not report student achievement to Alberta Education for courses used as resources by teachers at partner schools. It is the partner schools responsibility to submit Teacher Support course marks to PASI.
Some courses are available in both English and French. Online courses are designed and delivered in our Moodle Learning Management System.
Here are some of the common ways Teacher Support resources are used in the classroom:
- to support lesson planning
- to individualize instruction when students are at different levels
- to help newer teachers focus on tasks such as classroom-management techniques and building relationships with students
- to help teachers responsible for courses outside their subject-area expertise
- to support teachers working in split grade/class environments