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NILD LEVEL 2

5 week course: 4 weeks online & 1 week residential

  • Ended
  • Orchard Road

Service Description

This is a lecture and practicum course designed to give developing educational therapists continued training in accordance with the NILD intervention model. Three broad topics are addressed in the Level II course: Three learning components are addressed during this course: Philosophy The develoIntensive intervention using this program is extremely effective in correcting deficient cognitive functions and enhancing the individual’s capacity to learn effectively, whether in formal or informal learning situations. The crucial aspect of IE is in the teaching method. It is not instructional but based on mediation. The process of an IE session involves a trained Feuerstein mediator leading the learner gradually (whether in a classroom or in a one-on-one session) through increasingly complex cognitive problems and working together with them in analysing, breaking down and discussing ways in which the problems could be solved. The continued level of mediation allows IE to be modified as the child develops and as the child’s progress is monitored. The IE programs prepare the young learner with verbal and conceptual tools, spatial and temporal concepts and representational activities. The student learns the process of reflective thinking and develops internal motivation. The program develops the learner’s feelings as a generator of information rather than a passive reproducer of information. Feuerstein’s IE Standard level program is for older children.. The program is based on paper and pencil exercises that gradually increase in levels of difficulty and abstraction. Each set of instruments of the program focuses on specific cognitive areas such as analytic perception, comparison and classification. They may also include verbal, mathematical, logicalFeuerstein Instrumental Enrichment Basic 2 (FIE Basic-2) offers graduates of FIE Basic-1 the opportunity to build upon their knowledge and to learn the remaining four IE Basic instruments. Successful completion of FIE Basic-1 is a prerequisite for this course. Sample Syllabus · Mediated learning in young children · Emergent and deficient cognitive functions in regular and special needs populations · Emotional development of young children · FIE Basic program and kindergarten curriculum · Goal and sub-goals of the clinical an educational application of the Level 2 FIE Basic program · FIE Basic lesson planning and preparation of “bridging” exercises · Comprehensive instruction in the use of IE Basic instruments


Contact Details

  • 583 Orchard Rd, Forum The Shopping Mall, Singapore 238884


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