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Estelle Brettenny. Opening Address 2015 IACESA Conference
Estelle Brettenny. Opening Address without PP
Mary Grosser. Critical Thinking: The Cornerstone of Conceptual Age Teaching and Learning
Willie Rautenbach. Reflections on the Story of Cognitive Education in South Africa
Meltzer. Executive Function in the Conceptual Classroom. Keynote handout f[1]
Julian Elliot. The Dyslexia Debate
Elizabeth Nadler-Nir – Dyslexia Debate Panelist
Sandra Stark – Dyslexia Debate Panelist
Jens Beckman. The Prediction of Success in and Ever-Changing World
Ian Rothman. Flourishing of Teachers in South Africa
NWU Cognitive Education Research Group. Budding, Blooming, Bearing Fruit. Does the explicit teaching of thinking really work? Feb 2015
Instumental Enrichment Research Projects in South Africa
IE Standard Powerpoint–Chusid 10-04_ 12-14
Cynthia Pelman. Feuerstein Symposium. Cognitive Education – Removing the Mystique
Paul Hobden. A New Approach to Out-Of-School-Time Support Lessons based on Self-Regulation
Meltzer. Creating Strategic Classrooms: Empowering Students to Learn HOW to Learn. Workshop Handout
Meltzer IACESA Workshop Activity sheets
Ann Morton and Rose-Anne Reynolds. Exploring the Social and Emotional Development of Children in the Creative and Talented Programme at Pinelands North Primary School
Mariette ven der Vyver. Speech Recognition as a Tool
J Condy and L Green. Philosophical Enquiry as Pedagogical Tool to Personalize Thinking and Learning within the CAPS Curriculum
Marinus Bell. Neuro-Link. How your Neurological Design Influences your Personal Learning and Thinking
Kemble Elliott. What and How do Children Learn in ‘DIY – Dream, Innovate Yourself’ Programme?
Jane. McIntyre. Building Thinking Competencies in the Conceptual Age – TSSA as a Change Agent for Empowered Teaching and Learning
Maretha Prinsloo. Cognitive Processes and the Development of Cognitive Competence
Peter van Alphen. From Imagination to Concept – Enriched Learning in Primary Classrooms – 1-8
Peter van Alphen. From Imagination to Concept – Enriched Learning in Primary Classrooms – 9-15
Peter van Alphen. From Imagination to Concept – Enriched learning in Primary Classrooms – 16-23
Samantha Kriger. Bridging the Gap – How music can help with Reading & Development in Classroom