FIE Basic Level 1
FIE Basic Instrumental Enrichment for Young Children (3-9 years)
|Who is it for?:
||Certificate course for teachers, psychologists, support staff and parents working with children and students in Nursery, Primary, Special and Further Education. Some of the instruments are suitable for students in Secondary Schools.
||11 x 2hour sessions
||Billy O’Neill from Feuerstein Training. Find out more about Billy from the Training page.
Discover how to use the Feuerstein Instrumental Enrichment (IE) Programme to meet the needs of young learners.
Courses are designed to significantly improve teaching, learning, behaviour, motivation, attitude, insight, self-concept and transfer of learning to prepare our students for learning in the 21st century.
The participants will develop their ability to improve their students' development as successful learners, confident individuals, responsible citizens and effective contributors.
Instrumental Enrichment Basic Level 1 (FIE Basic)
Training in Thinking Skills - Learning How To Learn.
Certificate course for teachers, psychologists, support staff and parents working with children and students in Nursery, Primary, Special and Further Education. Some of the instruments are suitable for students in Secondary Schools.
The Basic course is designed to accelerate cognitive development and develop social competence. The courseis appropriate for children 3 to 9 years of age, and for older students and adults who have developmental delays
or specific needs.
It is designed to be used with whole class groups, small groups, and as a one-to-one therapeutic intervention. Pupils learn to think about their thinking (metacognition), by reflecting on the strategies learned and applying them to curriculum content and problem solving tasks.
The course consists of 5 Instruments or units of work:
From Unit to Group: learning to understand the concept of number and the cardinality of number.
Organisation of Dots: learning how to inhibit impulsiveness, to plan, be systematic, develop strategies and be precise and accurate.
Identifying Emotions: learning the language of emotions, understanding emotions in self and others and understanding emotions generated in social situations.
Compare and Discover the Absurd: learning to develop spontaneous comparative behaviour.
Orientation in Space: Learning how to understand and locate positions in space, developing
vocabulary and concepts related to spatial orientation, and developing the ability to follow directions.
Download sample Feuerstein Training FIE Basic Level 1 Course Evaluations [PDF].
To find out about upcoming training opportunities, see the Training page.
For more details and information please contact:
Tel: 0753 869 3092