Fields of Work

The ICIE's services are related to the following fields:
(1) All types of educational consultation;
(2) Teachers' and Staff Development (training and academic qualifications, including: Masters and Ph.D.);
(3) Developing Curricula and Instructional Materials;
(4) Establishing schools and Universities;
(5) Developing e-learning system for both Universities and Schools;
(6) Conducting evaluation studies and research;
(7) Publishing books, handbooks, journals, newsletters and other materials; and
(8) Organizing conferences and semi-conferences.

In addition, the ICIE is willing to offer high quality workshops to qualify teachers for Excellence in Education and Gifted Education. Every 5-day workshop will be conducted by well-known scholars who are working with the ICIE-Paris. It is proposed that we organize one workshop every month. Contact the ICIE if you are interested in any workshop listed in this website, taking into consideration the following:
◙  ICIE-Paris will conduct (12) workshops/ Year;
◙  This is the first list of workshops. This list will be updated frequently;
◙  Other workshops could be developed upon your request;
◙  Teachers from all schools in your country and the region are welcome to take part in our workshops;
◙  Workshops could be conducted in any city in the region;
◙  The minimum number of participants recommended is (25) persons;
◙  The Maximum number of participants is (100) persons;
◙ Certificates will be issued by ICIE-Paris;
◙ Every person complete (12) workshops will be asked to make a project and then get ICIE Diploma-Excellence in Education;
◙  The ICIE-Paris will contract conductors; prepare the training materials; and cover all the expenses of the conductors (including tickets, accommodation and living expenses and honorarium); and
◙ The proposed dates for conducting any of the proposed workshops will be agreed upon in coordination with the conductors and you.
 

Developing gifted and talented education: an in-depth, school-wide approach.

Sonia White

An eco-systemic approach for recognising and addressing the root causes of learning and behavioural difficulties in gifted children.

Prof. Dr. Shirley Kokot

Workshop on differentiating curriculum, instruction, and assessment for gifted learners.

Prof. Dr. Joyce VanTassel-Baska

An overview of the current field of gifted/ learning disabilities.

Prof. Dr. Judy L. Lupart

Creativity: creative giftedness and education

Prof. Dr. Todd Lubart

Recognizing and nurturing talent in At-Risk populations

Prof. Dr. Ken W. McCluskey

Attention-Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/ HD): Disorder or Gift?

Prof. Dr. Ken W. McCluskey

Lines in the sand: Are At-Risk students being forced from our schools?

Prof. Dr. Ken W. McCluskey

Creating creative, cooperative  environments creatively and cooperatively.

Prof. Dr. Ken W. McCluskey

How to conceive and identify giftedness and talent.

Dr. Maria Pereira-Fradin

Dr. Xavier Caroff

Organizational assessment.

Prof. Dr. Heinz Neber

Prof. Dr. Taisir Subhi Yamin

Transition of High-Ability students from high school to college/ university: Theory, research and practice.

Dr. Trevor J. Tebbs

e-learning for gifted students.

Dr. Wan Ng

Multi-faceted curriculum for learning engagement.

Dr. Wan Ng

Productive Thinking Skills: Creartive, Critical, Problem Solving, Future Problem Solving.

Prof. Dr. Todd Lubart

Prof. Dr. Taisir Subhi Yamin

Curriculum Compacting and Schoolwide Enrichment Model.

Prof. Dr. Taisir Subhi Yamin

Renzulli Learning System and Stratis

Prof. Dr. Taisir Subhi Yamin

Instructional design for curricula developers

Prof. Dr. Taisir Subhi Yamin

Higher Order Thinking (HOT).

Prof. Dr. Taisir Subhi Yamin

Maths Made Easy.

Eva Biebuyck

New products and services for a “Flat World”.

Eva Biebuyck

Solving Problems Creatively.

Eva Biebuyck

Nurturing the creative producers of tomorrow.

Eva Biebuyck

Problem Oriented Learning: Fostering questioning and explaining.

Prof. Dr. Heinz Neber

Building gifted programmes: types & components.

Prof. Dr. Heinz Neber

e-learning: Instructional design.

Prof. Dr. Helmut Niegemann

e-learning: Content development.

Prof. Dr. Helmut Niegemann

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