Woodview Learning Centre
Imagine a school where the staff help each child/youth maximize his or her potential in a supportive environment and provides individualized learning strategies for children with ASD.
Woodview Learning Centre is such a place!
Our experienced team of professionals continually searches for the most effective teaching and learning methods for each of our students; particularly the principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA). The exemplary staff at Woodview Learning Centre is comprised of dedicated, caring, and experienced individuals who believe that all children are capable of personal growth and mastery of new skills.
Woodview Learning Centre provides “just right” supports that allow each child to feel as though they are understood and cared for. Our students come to school excited to learn, to be with their friends, and to have fun!
- All children are capable of growth and mastery of new skills
- All children learn differently, therefore all teaching is individualized
- All forms of learning are interconnected and valuable
- Education is a holistic process involving learning in all areas of an individual’s life
- Education must teach problem solving skills and provide information, but within a context which is nurturing, respectful and inclusive
- Children learn from one another
- Children respond to challenges that are meaningful and achievable
- Children should have fun and learn to value themselves as part of the learning process
- To promote optimal academic, social and personal functioning, according to an individualized, curriculum and program
- To promote a sense of personal competence and confidence
- To promote the development of realistic skills and abilities serving all areas of a student’s life
- To provide a caring and supportive learning environment that is interesting, exciting, challenging and fun
- To provide a realistic assessment and understanding of individual potential and to plan for future possibilities
- To maintain effective contact and involvement with community activities
- To include parents in a meaningful and cooperative process in planning, setting goals, and implementing the individualized curriculum/program