Output 1 – Become a better mediator 

Professor Feuerstein spent many years working with children surviving the Holocaust whom teachers and psychologists had declared “unteachable”. For them and because of them he developed his well-known “content free” mediated learning techniques that are more and more used in helping to children suffering by cultural deprivation, students with special needs, children struggling to learn, as well as adults. The children are guided through one problem after another as they build their own repertoire of metacognitive strategies and head towards independence.
 

Beginning an InstrumentBeginning an Instrument
Each instrument starts with the cover page.Each instrument starts with the cover page.
Developing cognitive functions - input phase IDeveloping cognitive functions - input phase I
Developing cognitive functions - input phase IIDeveloping cognitive functions - input phase II
Mediation of TranscendenceMediation of Transcendence
Developing cognitive functions - input phase IIIDeveloping cognitive functions - input phase III
Conservation of ConstanciesConservation of Constancies
Developing cognitive functions - elaboration IDeveloping cognitive functions - elaboration I
Mediation of individualization and psychological differentiation IMediation of individualization and psychological differentiation I
Developing cognitive functions - elaboration IIDeveloping cognitive functions - elaboration II
Perception of existence of a problem and its definitionPerception of existence of a problem and its definition
Developing cognitive functions - elaboration IIIDeveloping cognitive functions - elaboration III
Mediated Interactions and the role of mediatorMediated Interactions and the role of mediator
Developing cognitive functions - output IDeveloping cognitive functions - output I
How mediated learning looks likeHow mediated learning looks like
Developing cognitive functions - output IIDeveloping cognitive functions - output II
Lesson focused on the thinking processesLesson focused on the thinking processes
Developing cognitive functions - summaryDeveloping cognitive functions - summary
Reasoning and formulating hypothesisReasoning and formulating hypothesis
Need for Spontaneous Comparative BehaviorNeed for Spontaneous Comparative Behavior
Transferring experienceTransferring experience
The role of a mediatorThe role of a mediator
Efficiency, an important aspect of the cognitive mapEfficiency, an important aspect of the cognitive map
Organization of DotsOrganization of Dots
Why to start with Organization of DotsWhy to start with Organization of Dots
Organization of Dots - BasicOrganization of Dots - Basic
Mediation and Mediational DistanceMediation and Mediational Distance
Teaching FIE BasicTeaching FIE Basic
Focus of MediationFocus of Mediation
ComparisonsComparisons
Mediation of individualization and psychological differentiation IIMediation of individualization and psychological differentiation II
Teacher Start InterviewTeacher Start Interview
About the Teacher
IE lesson - teacher and student 1 + evaluationIE lesson - teacher and student 1 + evaluation
IE lesson - Feueretsein teacher and student IE lesson - Feueretsein teacher and student
IE lesson - teacher and student 2 + evaluationIE lesson - teacher and student 2 + evaluation
Teacher Final InterviewTeacher Final Interview