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The FIE Standard program offers a rich variety of cognitive tasks aimed at enhancing learning skills of school-age children and correcting deficient cognitive functions of students with special needs.
The FIE Basic program aims at developing learning skills of younger children (age 5-8) children and correcting deficient cognitive functions of older students with special needs.
Tactile is a unique program that uses images on microcapsule paper for the development of cognitive and learning skills in students with ADHD and perception problems.
The Learning Propensity Assessment Device (LPAD) consists of several instruments, used to determine how an indiviual learns. Can be acquired by certified Feuerstein LPAD examiner
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The LPAD aims to locate learning potential -- to discover which cognitive "buttons" must be "pressed" to tap into latent abilities and maximize learning potential. The LPAD assessment is designed to determine cognitive flexibility and modifiability. It consists of a series of tasks that produces active interaction between the examiner and the learner. The LPAD takes between nine and fifteen hours to administer. The assessment is done over the course of several days or even several weeks, depending on the individual case. Unlike IQ tests, which measure current performance level, the LPAD measures cognitive and learning potential, which often goes unrecognized in immigrants, members of minority groups and individuals with learning disabilities or special needs. The examiner pays extremely careful attention to changes in an individual’s performance so as to determine his/her ability to learn and adapt. Moreover, the assessment highlights the cognitive areas that need to be strengthened in order to reach this potential. To learn more about the LPAD, please click here.