Each Eaton Arrowsmith School cognitive classroom has up to two full-time Arrowsmith Program teachers while maintaining an overall ratio of fewer than 12 students per teacher to ensure that each student receives individual attention.
EAS Cognitive teachers have received extensive training in the Arrowsmith Program theory and methodology and have many years of experience working with special needs students; they are able to provide a positive, supportive and structured learning experience. Staff members provide a warm and caring environment for its students and pay close attention to their social and emotional needs as well as to their learning challenges.
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Neuroplasticity and Education: Strengthening the Connection
Click the image below for a complimentary e-copy of Howard Eaton’s book “Brain School”.
"This book is an excellent supplement to Barbara Arrowsmith-Young's The Woman Who Changed Her Brain. Eaton also had severe learning disabilities and but managed to obtain a Master of Education degree through sheer persistence. He now operates private Arrowsmith schools in Vancouver and White Rock and a learning centre in Victoria. In his book he describes several students' successful experiences with this method which he emphasizes are typical, not exceptional. Should be read by everyone involved with learning disabilities, educators, parents, family members and friends."