FIE Standard 2 of 3 – Shoresh

Upcoming Course(s)

June 30th, 2024

July 5th, 2024


The course is open to graduates of IE-1 (of 3) courses who already studied the first four instruments of the IE program. Applicants are encouraged to read in advance the theoretical material on and in Feuerstein, R. et al (2006) Creating and enhancing cognitive modifiability. Jerusalem: ICELP Press, available to order through


  • Applied aspects of MLE with diverse populations of students (regular, underachieving, minority, gifted, etc.);
  • Small group practice in IE lesson planning;
  • Principles and techniques of “bridging” the cognitive principles to the middle and high-school curriculum;
  • Cognitive analysis of curricular lessons;
  • Simulation of IE classroom instruction;
  • Comprehensive instruction in the material and didactics of second level IE instruments: Categorization, Illustrations, Family Relations; Temporal Relations; Instructions. The mastery of IE theory and instruments is evaluated by means of a questionnaire presented to the course participants on the last day of the course.

Mastery of FIE theory and instruments is evaluated by means of a questionnaire presented to the course participants on the last day of the course.

Learning Materials:

Course participants will receive a set of 5 IE-2 (of 3) instruments, Teaching Diagrams, and Page by Page Guidelines for IE teachers.

The participants are encouraged to bring their own laptop computers (not tablets) for the work with digital materials.


Course participants will be awarded a Certificate of Instrumental Enrichment Mediator Level 2 (of 3) upon successful completion of the entire course requirements. The certificate is valid for four years from its issue date and is renewed subject to the Continuous Professional Development (CPD) conditions: a. Submittal of a verification form of IE implementation to Feuerstein Institute

reflecting at least 30 hours of work with IE-2 (of 3) instruments; b. Participation in annual online or “live” CPD seminars organized by the Feuerstein Institute or/and local Authorized Training Centers, or attendance of three additional IE or IE Basic courses.

Cancellation & Refund Policy:

Please note: The Feuerstein Institute reserves the right to cancel any course that has less than 10 participants registered. The final list of courses will be posted following the registration deadline of April 30, 2024.  Fees for courses canceled by the Institute will be refunded in full. In cases where the participants cancel, there is a €100 processing charge for reimbursement of workshop fees for cancellations made before the registration deadline. There are no refunds for cancellations after the registration deadline.

Full attendance of training activities is required. Evaluations will be carried out at the last session of the Summer Workshops on July 5 at 16:15.