Mediated Learning Experience
This talk will explore who Reuven Feuerstein was, the theory of Structural Cognitive Modifiability and how it forms part of a belief system, Mediated Learning Experience and why it is so important in education.
We live in a world in which information changes rapidly. Scientists and researchers are constantly making new discoveries. We need to teach our children how to be independent thinkers and learners in the world. Mediated Learning Experience is a theory and approach to learning developed by Professor Reuven Feuerstein. This approach develops cognitive functions and strategies in our learners to enable them to be active participants in their learning and deep thinkers.
HPCSA Awards 3 CEUsThis talk will be available 30 days from registration.
Presenter: Lauren Davis
Lauren Davis is a Speech-Language Therapist and Director of Cognitive Education at Bellavista School. Lauren has worked as a Speech-Language Therapist for 16 years and has worked with preschool and school-age children from the mainstream, remedial, and special needs environments. She has worked at Bellavista school for more than 10 years and has a passion for cognitive education and teaching children how to think. She believes in the amazing potential of each child and finding their unique ways of learning. She believes strongly in collaboration and sharing of knowledge with parents and other professionals.