LPAD course is intended for clinical, educational, or vocational specialists authorized to function as assessors in their country. Candidates for participation in the LPAD course should check the correspondence of their scope of practice to the national (or regional) licensing requirements. Applicants are encouraged to read in advance the theoretical material available online (Learning Potential Assessment Reader) and in Feuerstein R. et al. (2002) The dynamic assessment of cognitive modifiability, Jerusalem: ICELP, available through [email protected]
Feuerstein’s LPAD is a dynamic, cognitive assessment program used to identify how an individual thinks and learns. In this course, participants will learn the LPAD Secondary Standard Instruments, appropriate for assessing children ages 12+.
The Feuerstein online courses use learning modalities that include live Zoom classes, prerecorded lectures, and independent work (both individually and in small groups).
Live Zoom classes meet on November 7-11, 2021 between the hours of 10:00-15:00 GMT+3.
Zoom times are subject to change. Registration closes on October 8, 2021.