The Feuerstein Method

The Feuerstein Method is a unique educational technique developed by world-renowned psychologist Reuven Feuerstein.

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How Does It Work?

Human potential is one’s capacity to improve and reach the limit of one’s ability to develop aptitudes and skills.

The Feuerstein Method helps individuals achieve their potential by teaching them how to learn. It’s a process-oriented approach that identifies learning challenges, analyzes them, and resolves them through systematic intervention. This is done through a process called Mediated Learning Experience (MLE), which uses dynamic assessment (LPAD) and a cognitive intervention program (Feuerstein Instrumental Enrichment). Scroll down to learn more about our enrichment tools LPAD and FIE.

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Feuerstein Dynamic Assessment

Dynamic Assessment (LPAD)

The LPAD is a comprehensive and adaptable dynamic assessment designed to determine an individual’s cognitive strengths and weaknesses. Its purpose is to pinpoint areas requiring further development to enhance cognitive abilities. By providing insight into an individual’s cognitive profile, LPAD results help direct individual and group FIE studies, making it a valuable tool for classrooms and individuals.

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Feuerstein Instrumental Enrichment (FIE)

Feuerstein Instrumental Enrichment (FIE) is a cognitive intervention program that helps improve thinking and learning skills. It includes various tasks specifically designed to be done in a classroom, group, or individual setting. FIE focuses on different mental skills and provides a structured approach to problem-solving. By participating in FIE, learners can enhance their understanding and elaboration of information.

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Prof. Alex Kozulin

Head of International Training and Research, The Feuerstein Institute

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