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

  • The University of Winnipeg; Winnipeg – Canada.
  • Ulm University; Ulm; Baden-Württemberg; Germany.
  • The Webster Center for Creativity and Innovation (WCCI); Webster University; Geneva - Switzerland
  • The Minority Achievement, Creativity, and High-Ability Center (MACH-III); Prairie View A&M University; Texas - USA.
  • Renzulli Center for Creativity, Gifted Education, and Talent Development; University of Connecticut; USA.
  • College of Education and Human Services; Rider University; New Jersey; USA.
  • School of Education; Durham University; England.
  • Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore; Milan; Italy.
  • School of Education and Communication; Jönköping University; Jönköping in Småland; Sweden.
  • Institute of Education; University of Minho; Braga; Portugal.
  • Education University; Pädagogische Hochschule Schwäbisch Gmünd; Schwäbisch Gmünd; Germany.
  • Faculty of Education; Yıldız Technical University; İstanbul, Türkiye.
  • The Institute of Lifelong Learning and Guidance; University of Luxembourg (Université du Luxembourg); Luxembourg.
  • Faculty of Teacher Education; Rijeka University; Croatia.
  • Osnovna škola Milan Brozović; Kastav – Croatia.
  • Faculty of Political Sciences; University of Banja Luka; Republic of Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
  • The National Youth Commission (NYC); Sultanate of Oman.

Visit the following websites belonging to a number of our partners:

Dr. Sandra K. Linke,
Director, ICIE,
Postfach 12 40, D-89002, Ulm-Germany.
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Regional Director
Dr. Nabil Kharman
P. O. Box: 1618, Amman - 11118 - Jordan.
Tel.: (009626) 566-26-46
Fax: (009626) 566-34-46
Mobile: (00962) 79-62-888-89
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Middle East, Arabian Gulf, and North Africa

The exclusive representative of the ICIE in the Middle East, Arabian Gulf, and North Africa is:

The Jubilee Center for Excellence in Education (JCEE);
Jubilee Institute - King Hussein Foundation
P. O. Box: 830578; Amman – 11183 – Jordan.
Tel. +962 6 523 8216 Ext:114
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Tuzder ICIE


Mr. Tunahan Coşkun;

General Manager; Tüzder;

Bağlar Mah. Mimar Sinan Cad. No:52 Güneşli-Bağcılar; İstanbul - Türkiye.

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North & South America
Ms. Kari McCluskey,
Regional Director, ICIE-Canada,
Box 111, Domain, Manitoba, R0G 0M0, Canada
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Prof. Dr. Christer Johannesson
Dorpatsvägen 10
122 37 Enskede
Tel.: 0046 8 395252
Mobile: 0046 70 3161297
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Prof. Dr. Todd Lubart,
Institut de Psychologie,
Université Paris Descartes, 71 avenue Edouard Vaillant,
92774 Boulogne-Billancourt Cedex–France.
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Africa, Sub-Saharan Countries

Will be announced ....

New branch will be established in Rijeka-Croatia.

* Michael E. Auer; * Don Ambrose; * Fred A. Bonner II; * Joan Freeman; * Françoys Gagné; * Vlad P. Glăveanu; * Hisham B. Ghassib; * Christer Johannesson; * Lannie Kanevsky; * James C. Kaufman; * Nabil Kharman; * Ken McCluskey; * Karen Magro; * Barry Meatyard; * Heinz Neber; * Maureen Neihart; * Douglas P. Newton: * Lynn Newton; * Roland S. Persson; * Sally M. Reis; * Joseph Renzulli; * Susanne Richert; * Dorothy Sisk; * Patricia Schuler; * Del Siegle; * Robert Sternberg; * Wendy Stewart; * Rena Subotnik; * Uğur Sak; * Trevor J. Tebbs; * Todd Lubart; * Kirsi Tirri; * Kornelia Tischler; * Javier Touron. 

Value Education: We value lifelong learning opportunities that respond to the needs of gifted, creative and talented students and their parents and teachers and are accessible, affordable, and of the highest quality;

Value Students: We value students as the primary reason we exist. We respect their diverse life experiences, value their achievements, and appreciate their contributions to our learning community;

Value Excellence: We invite innovation, support creative problem-solving, and encourage risk-taking;

Value Cooperation: We value teamwork, cooperation, and collaboration as a part of our continuous improvement efforts;

Value Honesty and Integrity: We believe academic and personal honesty and integrity are essential elements in our educational environment;

Value Freedom: To foster our virtual educational environment, we respect individual rights and the privacy of our customers, and encourage dialogue and the free exchange of views;

Value Fairness: We advocate fairness and just treatment for all customers;

Value Responsibility: We are all responsible for making our learning experiences significant and meaningful. We are accountable to our customers for the efficient and effective use of resources; and

Value Public Trust: We honor the trust placed in us by you to prepare our children for their role as productive world citizens.

The International Centre for Innovation in Education (ICIE) is committed to the development of all learners as productive world citizens and leaders for the future. The ICIE International Conferences will provide programmes with the highest calibre of: Nobel Prize winners, keynote speakers, invited speakers, and a large number of scholars and presenters alongside a selection of exhibitors and symposia. Each conference is another milestone in the journey towards leadership, creativity and innovation.
The rapidly changing field of giftedness and creativity is opening rich possibilities for gifted, creative and talented children to gain valuable learning experiences, and is providing an environment for creative expressions. The major goals of programmes and special provisions designed for gifted, creative and talented children are to help them develop higher levels of cognitive skills, problem solving, decision making, and creativity.
The ICIE could establish a link between regional programmes designed to serve the gifted, creative, and talented children. The ICIE is committed to the following aims and objectives:
Screen and identify the gifted and talented as early as possible;
Enhance the general public awareness and create a climate of acceptance and recognition that gifted, creative, and talented children are valuable global asset whether disabled or able bodied, from advantaged or disadvantaged backgrounds, or from developing or developed countries;
Initiate, conduct, and support research into the nature of giftedness, talent, and creativity, and the education and development of gifted, creative, and talented children;
Disseminate the findings of research and provide a database for researchers;
Establish means for a continuing worldwide exchange of ideas, experiences, and teaching and teacher-training techniques relevant to gifted, creative, and talented children;
Persuade governments to recognize gifted children as a category for special attention in normal educational programmes, and to cooperate with national and other organizations for gifted and talented children who share these purposes (e.g., The National Research Center on the Gifted and Talented (NRC/GT), and The International Association of Educators for World Peace);
Design, develop and organize activities, forums and programmes that bring together gifted, creative and talented children worldwide;
Assist educational system in capacity building and qualify teachers to work with the gifted and talented children; and
Provide guidance, counseling, and consultation.

We believe that: everyone can learn; education is learner-centered; education prepares learners for solving real life problems; continual personal and professional growth is vital; technology is essential to education; education can actively link the community; assessment and evaluation are critical steps in the cognitive process.

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