We can teach anyone. We can bring out the best in all learners.
One World School will open children to the different ways of learning and tailor its pedagogy to make it work for each individual. In essence, One World School will transform the school's systems, structures, and learning environments to guarantee learning and successful outcomes for children of all abilities, in one school, in One World.Watch the Video
Above all, One World School has the heart for all children, especially those who just learn differently.
Usapang Usbong – Setting a Path Towards Inclusion
Usapang Usbong – A Best Buddies Matched Friendship
Education through Craft – Kyle Ebora
How I Found the Best School for My Child Who Has Autism
Distance Learning and Special Needs
Saturday Series – An Afternoon Concert
Online Piano Recital with Luis Gatchalian
One World in One Word Video
Teaching Surfing to Children of All Abilities
Leveling the Playing Field for Children of All Abilities
Creating a Culture of Acceptance and Hope
Self-determined, interdependent, and reflective individuals of all abilities will contribute meaningfully to family and society, and respect and value one's own and others' inherent value as human beings.Get to Know Our Team
One World School will provide equity in access to learning opportunities and participation in the community for children of all abilities.See Our Activities
Children of One World School community will:
All children have the capacity to achieve success and their potential, given optimum learning environments and effective methods of instruction.
Children of all abilities can learn together and from one another in one school.
A strength-based approach to learning values children's capacity to contribute meaningfully to family and their communities.
The school community is responsible for providing equitable access to learning and opportunities for participation for children of all abilities.
Barriers to learning must be identified and removed through changes in learning conditions and instructional methods.
Student ownership of and engagement in learning is optimized through inquiry-based education.
One World School community members reflect upon their social responsibility and act to make changes to improve the lives of others in their communities.
Teachers, parents, and students have shared responsibility and accountability for learning.
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