Workshops

Workshops Programme

To learn more about the workshop, click on the Title. For a short biography, click on the name of the Conductor.

Day One (July 03, 2017):ICIE Workshops Taisir Yamin

No. Title Conductor
W1 Creative techniques to support children with learning deficits. Alessandro Antonietti; Alice Cancer; Stefania Molteni
W2 Cultivating wonder in education. Vlad Petre Glaveanu
W3 Think Ken Reimer
W4 Promoting all children’s creativity and motivation with special mathematical tasks.

Klaus-Peter Eichler;

Hans Peter Nutzinger

W5 Creative and critical thinking strategies. Don Ambrose
W6

Learning Through Storyboarding and the Digital Camera.

Maher Bahloul

W7 How to measure creative potential in children and adolescents. Todd Lubart

 

Day Two (July 04, 2017):ICIE Workshops Taisir Yamin

No. Title Conductor
W8 Creative techniques to support children with learning deficits. Alessandro Antonietti; Alice Cancer; Stefania Molteni
W9 What are the issues contributing to the marginalized of children and youth in today’s society? Alan C. Wiebe
W10 Think Ken Reimer
W11 Promoting all children’s creativity and motivation with special mathematical tasks.

Klaus-Peter Eichler;

Hans Peter Nutzinger

W12 Evaluation of Potential Creativity (EPoC). Taisir Subhi Yamin
W13 Conceiving a talent and giftedness management Strategy: Making room for gifted employees by drawing from published experience and scholarly derived models. Roland S. Persson
W14 Problem Based Learning. Heinz Neber

Day Three (July 05, 2017):ICIE Workshops Taisir Subhi Yamin

No. Title Conductor
W15 Reclaiming At-Risk Lost Prizes in an alternative education program at the University of Winnipeg. Philip Baker; Lisa Neufeld; Melissa Harder
W16 ADHD: Disorder or Gift?

Andrea McCluskey;

Ken McCluskey

W17 Developing creative thinking: A pedagogical workshop. Adva Margaliot
W18 Learning Through Storyboarding and the digital Camera.

Maher Bahloul

W19

Purposeful thought in the classroom: Do emotions matter?

Douglas P. Newton
W20 Problem Based Learning. Heinz Neber
W21 The Use of the Creative Reversal Act (CREACT) to develop creative potential in the classroom. Uğur Sak