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The Group Instrumental Enrichment (GIE) program is an educational program designed to enhance cognitive abilities such as perception, reasoning, and problem-solving skills. The program was developed by Israeli psychologist Reuven Feuerstein in the 1950s and has been used around the world in educational settings. The program includes a series of structured tasks and exercises that aim to improve cognitive functioning by promoting metacognition, active thinking, and self-regulation. The program is often used to support students who struggle with learning difficulties, but it can also benefit students of all ages and abilities. The GIE program emphasizes the idea that cognitive functioning is not fixed and can be improved through targeted training and intervention.

Group instrumental enrichment Programme(term)


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