Find out in this overview video from MindCAP founder Dr. Jeanne Zehr.
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The Feuerstein Method teaches the skill of learning how to learn. We offer tools and techniques to identify and enhance a person's learning potential. The MindCap team is trained in the Feuerstein Method and offers services and training locally as well as training internationally. All Feuerstein training offered by MindCAP is certified by the Feuerstein Institute...
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“The MindCAP workshop helped me change my view of how I can look at my students, family and world and how I can mediate them to grow their brains.”
- Natalie Reynolds, Lutheran South Unity School, Fort Wayne, IN
“The Feuerstein Training from MindCAP is excellent because it has direct application to classroom use and can be integrated easily.”
- Ken Bugajski, University of St Francis, Fort Wayne, IN
“It's hard to adequately express my gratitude in words, for the incredible opportunity to learn from you. Thank you for the most inspiring, life changing week. I loved every single moment of your teaching. Thank you also for all the wonderful resources that you shared. ”
- Lauren Davis, South Africa
“Totally eye-opening. I learned that the brain can learn when you don't think that it can. You can teach a person to think by mediating them.”
- Susan Mittetstaedt, Lutheran South Unity School, Fort Wayne, IN