The fundamental assumption of the FIE program is that intelligence is modifiable, not fixed.
Feuerstein Instrumental Enrichment (FIE) is a cognitive intervention program that can be used individually and within the classroom. It has been successfully used worldwide as a tool for the enhancement of the learning potential and cognitive functioning of children and adults. To date, the FIE program has been successfully used in the following frameworks:
Enrichment programs for underachieving, regular, and gifted children
Remedial programs for special needs children
Professional training and retraining programs in the industrial, and business sectors
How does It work?
There are two sets of Instrumental Enrichment programs:
Cognitive Enrichment Drawing Class
Rather than traditional drawing classes, we advocate drawing through thinking using the FIE method to enhance your child's cognitive ability.
Children's drawings can provide information regarding their cognitive development, such as whether they have developed a sense of the symbolic representation of people and things around them.
Creating drawings allows children to express themselves more freely. Engaging in the drawing activity is beneficial for your child's motor skills. By illustration, your child will develop their problem-solving abilities, eye-hand coordination, observation skills, and emotional and social development. By doing so, they can utilize their imaginations fully. Consequently, your child will have a greater sense of self-esteem.