Systemic Implementation of IE

Systemic Implementation of IE in individual schools and/or school systems is a primary goal of SCEL. Our certified trainers can provide on-site training for teachers as well as follow-up class observations and mentoring.

A Model for Systemic Implementation within a School or District

Phase One Awareness/Orientation
First, we provide an introduction of the program to school personnel and the public. Then, we utilize continual communication - in the form of short, newsletters and scheduled news releases - to generate interest and public support of the program, while keeping everyone informed. Finally, we disseminate the program results - including in-progress, summative and long-term results, both qualitative and quantitative. Ultimately, we share the growing number of positive cases where cognitive enrichment programs have enhanced academic performance - yes, including test scores!

Note: Phase I (Awareness) typically continues throughout the program.

Phase Two - Training
Teacher training for Instrumental Enrichment (IE) will be over a two to three-year period. Follow-up monitoring and classroom observation will be a part of the program. In addition, at least two counselors at each site will be trained to administer the Learning Propensity Assessment Device (LPAD).

Phase Three - Implementation
Following teacher training, Feuerstein's Instrumental Enrichment (IE) will be introduced into the school curriculum in two to three consecutive years. Weekly sharing and planning sessions among teachers, coordinated by the trainer, are recommended as a part of the implementation.

Phase Four - Evaluation
In-progress evaluation, summative evaluation, and follow-up evaluation will be a part of the program. Both qualitative and quantitative evaluation measures will be taken for student participants and teachers.

Phase Five - Continuation
Continuation of the program will require training at least two teachers at each site to become Certified IE Trainers for new teachers. In addition, provisions for the continued purchase of student materials must be made.


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Our Theoretical Base

Professor Reuven Feuerstein's programs are based on two very important theoretical principles – Structural Cognitive Modifiability and Mediated Learning Experience. For an elaboration of these theories, go to the ICELP web site at

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