Administrative Procedure 201
Individualization of Instruction
While children in schools are grouped for the purposes of instruction, each child has unique educational needs. The Lloydminster Public School Division expects that every reasonable effort will be made by the teacher to individualize instruction whenever it is considered to be in the best interests of the individual child.
- Individualization of instruction does not necessarily mean separate programs for all individual
students in a class, as teaching in a larger group setting is also a valuable educational
experience for any student.
- Promotion procedures must reflect the philosophy of individualization of instruction. The
student must be able to continue their special program of studies on a continuous basis
from one grade level to another, as long as this is considered to be in the best interest of the
Section 85, 87, 169, 170, 171, 178 Education Act, 1995