Feuerstein Instrumental Enrichment Standard One 2023057Z
May 8, 2023 - Dec 31, 2023
Spots remaining: 12
Full course description
Date and time
Day 1: Monday 8 May 2023, 4.00 pm to 6.00 pm (online)
Day 2: Tuesday 6 June 2023, 9.00 am to 4.00 pm (in-person)
Day 3: Monday 19 June 2023, 4.00 pm to 6.00 pm (online)
Day 4: Monday 17 July 2023, 4.00 pm to 6.00 pm (online)
Day 5: Monday 31 July 2023, 4.00 pm to 6.00 pm (online)
Additional learning will occur outside specified course hours to meet the 45-hour course requirements.
A blend of face to face and online - for the online components a Zoom link will be provided 24 hours prior to the event.
Teacher, Parent, Therapist, Head of School, Student Support
This program teaches the critical skill of learning how to learn. The Feuerstein Instrumental Enrichment (FIE) program aims to teach students how to learn, think, approach and solve problems. The unique educational technique combines specially designed instruments and mediation to identify and enhance an individual's learning potential.
The Feuerstein Method can benefit anyone interested in learning new thinking and skills. Due to its adaptability and ease of use, the Feuerstein Method is employed in over forty countries worldwide and in various settings. It has not only withstood the test of time but has proven to be as valuable as an intervention and within the classroom as it is in a clinical setting, with the ageing, and as part of workplace training. This module uses the following instruments: Organisation of Dots, Comparisons, Analytic Perceptions and Orientation in Space. This course is certified by the Feuerstein Institute and facilitated by qualified and experienced Feuerstein trainers. Additional learning will occur outside specified course hours.
Non-members, please use the code FEUERSTEIN when enrolling.
understanding of how to identify learning difficulties or areas of assistance required in a child's learning process
techniques to motivate and strengthen specific ways of thinking in others
understanding of how to identify and assess the cognitive skills that are slowing down learning
exploration of ways to entrust students with responsibility for a collaborative approach
strategies to assist students in finding solutions to problems instead of supplying a solution
intentional and sequential program.
Nikki Maguire is an experienced educator and consultant in primary, secondary and tertiary education across Independent, government and Catholic sectors. She has a passion for learning innovation, inclusive authentic agency, and well-being-centred education practices. Nikki has a Masters in Inclusive Education and is a certified International Feuerstein Instrumental Enrichment trainer and facilitator, Project Wayfinder trainer, certified Highly Accomplished and Lead Teaching assessor and innovationXdesign facilitator. She has direct experience in diverse learning, academic coaching, wellbeing, school strategic planning and program design and delivery.
Will Hanley is currently an Innovation & Learning Leader at Independent Schools Victoria. Prior to his current role, he taught across a range of subject areas, holding various leadership positions, including Head of Department and Head of House. He has a passion for assisting young people to strive and thrive in multiple endeavours, challenging students to create and collaborate in order to comment on and positively contribute to the society in which they live. Will is a Feuerstein Instrumental Enrichment facilitator, and leads Wayfinder in Australia and New Zealand.