The BC Ministry of Education defines a learning disability as:
Learning Disabilities refers to a number of disorders that may affect the acquisition, organization, retention, understanding or use of verbal or non-verbal information. These disorders affect learning in individuals who otherwise demonstrate at least average abilities essential for thinking and/or reasoning. As such, learning disabilities are distinct from global intellectual impairments. Learning disabilities result from one or more impairments in one or more processes related to perceiving, thinking, remembering or learning. These include, but are not limited to: language processing, phonological processing, visual spatial processing, processing speed, memory and attention, and executive functions (e.g. planning and decision making) Learning disabilities may also involve difficulties with organizational skills, social skills, social perception, social interaction and perspective taking.
- Quoted from the B.C. Ministry of Education, Special Education Services: A Manuel of Policies, Procedures and Guidelines 2010, p.46
James Cameron School shares the Ministry’s definition of a Learning Disability. However, we also intimately understand what it means to experience life with a learning disability. Many of our staff and board members have experienced first-hand what it means to live with learning disabilities.
Summer Camp 2018
Orton Gillingham 1:1 tutoring
July Camp: July 2, 2018 to July 13, 2018
August Camp: August 20, 2018 – August 31, 2018
Bookings can be made for one or both camps. Registration deadline is June 22, 2018.
For further details please follow the attached link Summer Camp2018