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Feuerstein’s Early Childhood Curriculum is the essential blueprint for early childhood and elementary school education.
Consisting of specially designed tasks, Feuerstein’s Early Childhood Curriculum creates systematic, persistent and structured conditions to engage young children in problem solving by developing their ability to understand and elaborate information. Children learn to identify, isolate and practice the application of necessary concepts and efficient cognitive behaviors, facilitating the development of their social-emotional reasoning and adaptive functions. The program provides them with a firm foundation to become skillful and analytic learners.
Feuerstein’s Early Childhood Curriculum is distinct in that it develops both children’s fundamental cognitive and learning skills and their emotional abilities.
Feuerstein’s Early Childhood Curriculum provides young children with the tools to help them become considerate friends and contributing members of society.
FIE Basic Instruments
An important component of Feuerstein’s Early Childhood Curriculum is the IE Basic program. Consisting of eleven instruments or ‘tools,’ IE Basic is a series of activities that may be mediated in a classroom, group or individual setting. Each instrument focuses on a different cognitive strategy, helping to develop the children’s general basic concepts, emerging cognitive functions (such as self-regulation, generalization, and conceptualization) and intrinsic motivation.
Several of the instruments feature colorful, cartoon-like illustrations that reflect a young child’s world. Some tasks evoke a child’s need to correct illogical or incongruent narratives. All of the instruments range in complexity, challenging children to experience new information and generate novel solutions and ideas.