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EPSZ Special Issue/2014

1. Jo Lebeer - Editorial. Clinical and educational implications of Reuven Feuerstein’s Mediated Learning Experience Theory: current scientific evidence 2. Robert J. Sternberg - The Current Status of the Theory of Structural Cognitive Modifiability in Relation to Theories of Intelligence 3. David Tzuriel - Mediated Learning Experience (MLE) and Cognitive Modifiability: Theoretical Aspects and Research Applications 4. Jo Lebeer - Modifiability and mediated learning in the light of neuroscientific evidence of ecological plasticity 5. Carol S. Lidz, H. Carl Haywood - From Dynamic Assessment to Intervention: Can we get there from here? 6. János Réka - Effects of schooling on level of cognitive functioning and analogical reasoning modifiability 7. Noami Hadas-Lidor, Penina Weiss - Never Say Never to Learning – Dynamic Cognitive Intervention (DCI) for persons with Severe Mental Illness 8. Hefziba Lifshitz–Vahav - Adults with intellectual disability are accessible to change beyond the limitation of age - from vision to empirical findings 9. David S. Martin - Instrumental Enrichment: impacts upon learners who are deaf 10. Cristina Vedovelli - Neuro-teaching in Primary School. The principles of Feuerstein’s mediated learning integrated into school curriculum 11. Noami Hadas-Lidor - What Reuven Feuerstein meant to me

EPSZ Special Issue/2013

1. Jo Lebeer - Editorial: The Relation between Inclusive and Cognitive Education and New Insights in Brain-Gene-Environment Interaction 2. David Mitchell - Twenty Evidence-Based Strategies for Enhancing Learning 3. Dorothy Howie - Teaching Thinking: a Three-Tiered Model to Enhance Inclusive Learning, in an Ecological Framework 4. Sheehy Kieron - Conceptualising Inclusive Pedagogies: Evidence from International Research and the Challenge of Autistic Spectrum 5. Claudine Storbeck, David S. Martin - Inclusion and Cognitive Education for Deaf Learners: Perspectives from South Africa and the Usa 6. Annemie Desoete, Magda Praet - Inclusive Mathematics Education: the Value of a Computerized Look-ahead Approach in Kindergarten. A Randomized Controlled Study 7. Demeter Kármen - A Comparative Study of Social Prejudice Towards typically Developing School Children and Children with Sen. Suggestions for Buffering Maladaptive Effects 8. Mim Hutchings, Tilly Mortimore - Learning from Each Other 9. Jo Lebeer; Partanen, P.; Candeias, A.; Grácio, M.L.; Bohacs, K.; Sønnesyn, G.; Van de Veire, H.; Van Trimpont, I.; Orbán, K.; János, R.; Demeter, K.; Schraepen, B.; Dawson, L. - The Need for a more Dynamic and Ecological Assessment of Children Experiencing Barriers to Learning to move towards Inclusive Education: a Summary of Results of the Daffodil Project 10. Salas, Natalia; González, Fernando; Assael, Cecilia - The Contribution of Dynamic Assessment to Promote Inclusive Education and Cognitive Development of Socio-Economically Deprived Children with Learning Disabilities 11. Maria José Saragoça, Adelinda Araújo Candeias, Ana Cristina Rosário - Implementation of the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Cealth (ICF) in the Portuguese Educational System: Attitudes and Training Needs of Special Education Teachers’ 12. Van De Putte Inge, De Schauwer Elisabeth - “Becoming a Different Teacher…” Teachers’ Perspective on Inclusive Education 13. Lien Verreyt, Miriam Hemelsoet, Alice Schippers, Geert Van Hove - A Kindergarten Assistant Course for Persons with Intellectual Disabilities as an Implementation of the Concept of ‘Presumed Competence’ 14. Simona Hoskovcová, Lenka Krejčová - Transient Moments in Inclusive Education 15. János Réka, Maior Edit, Farcas Zsuzsanna, Batiz Enikő - Does Cognitive-Mediational Intervention Enhance Inclusive Education? Preliminary Results from the Work in the Feuerstein Centre in Cluj-Napoca

EPSZ Special Issue No. 2 - Inclusive and Cognitive Education - Supplement 2

1. Peetjie Engels - It's A Nice Life: My Experience With Inclusion 2. ue Buckley, Gillian Bird, Ben Sacks, Tamsin Archer - A Comparison Of Mainstream And Special Education For Teenagers With Down Syndrome: Implications For Parents And Teachers 3. Mark Vaughan - The Index For Inclusion 4. Vanda Hájková - Conditions Of Transforming The School Environment Into An Inclusive School 5. Andreas Hansen - Nyborg’s Concept Teaching Model Applied In Order To Positively Change Prerequisites For Learning And Facilitate Inclusion 6. Fernando González, Chetty Espinoza, Teresa Pérez, Alejandra Morales, Paulette Ytier, Rita Arévalo, Jo Lebeer, Cecilia Ássaél - Dynamic Interactive Approach In Assessing And Enhancing Cognitive Functioning In Children With Severe Language Disorders 7. Netty Engels Geurts - Mathematics For Every One: A Pilot Project Of Teaching Maths To Children With Intellectual Impairment 8. James T. Kinard - Creating Rigorous Mathematical Thinking: A Dynamic That Drives Mathematics And Science Conceptual Development 9. Milan Hejný - The Development Of Mental Structures: (Iso)Morfism As A Research Tool 10. Meir Ben-Hur - A Cognitive Approach To Mathematics Education 11. Darina Jirotková - Concept Building Process In 3d Geometry 12. Jana Kratochvílová - Classification As A Tool For Acquiring Knowledge 13. Marianne Katborg, Stine Clasen - “How To Make Sense” The Positive Self-Esteem Method - An Example Of Consultative Counselling And Pedagogical Practice From Ppr Aarhus, Denmark 14. Deborah Pino-Pasternak, David Whitebread - Developing Frameworks And Tools For The Analysis Of Parent-Child Interactions And Their Impact On Children’s Self-Regulation 15. Elfrida Krastina, Zenija Berzina, Sandra Kraukle, Daiga Zake - Inclusion And The Role Of Parent Involvement 16. Miloslava Stará - Parent’s Training In Activation Of Cognitive Development And Other Skills Of Children With Special Educational Needs From Birth To 6 Years 17. I N C L U E S - Clues To Inclusive And Cognitive Learning Enhancement In Schools

EPSZ Special Issue No. 2 - Inclusive and Cognitive Education - Supplement 1

1. Vera Pokorná, Jo Lebeer - Editorial: Why Inclusive Education And Cognitive Education Signify An Enrichment Of Education For All 2. Reuven Feuerstein - Shaping Modifying Environments Through Inclusion 3. Peetjie Engels - It's A Nice Life: My Experience With Inclusion 4. Jo Lebeer - Clues To Inclusive And Cognitive Education: Reconciling Needs To Integrate And To Activate Learning Processes 5. Stanislav Štech - Specific Features Of Cognition And Learning In The School Context Paradoxes Of The Emphasis On Cultural Practices Of Cognition Close To The Child 6. Sue Robson - Frameworks For Thinking: Supporting Successful Thinking And Learning 7. Louis H. Falik - Successful Inclusion Of Special Needs Students In Normalized Educational Environments: The Role Of Counseling And Consultation 8. Alex Kozulin - Integration Of Culturally Different Students In Mainstream Classes 9. Peder Haug - The National Curriculum – A Closing Or Opening Key To Inclusion 10. Dario Ianes - The Italian Model For The Inclusion And Integration Of Students With Special Needs: Some Issues 11. Vera Pokorná - A Systems Approach To Care Of Children With Specific Needs

EPSZ - Special Issue on Dynamic Assessment 2005

1. Joseph Lebeer & Réka János - Cognitive Assessment as a Tool for Exclusion or Inclusion? Editorial 2. David Tzuriel - Dynamic Assessment Of Learning Potential: A New Paradigm 3. Louis H. Falik, Raphael S. Feuerstein - The Current State And Development Of The Learning Propensity Assessment Device (LPAD) 4. Joseph Lebeer - Shifting Perspective: Dynamic Assessment Of Learning Processes In Children With Developmental Disturbances 5. Carol S. Lidz, Geerdina Maria Van Der Aalsvoort - Usefulness Of The Application Of Cognitive Functions Scale With Young Children From The Netherlands. 6. Reuven Feuerstein, Alex Kozulin, Louis H. Falik - Cultural Difference And Cultural Deprivation As Reflected In The Dynamic Assessment Of Ethiopian Immigrant Children In Israel 7. Ruth Deutsch - The Impact Of Dynamic Assessment On Educational Services In The United Kingdom 8. Lucia De Anna, Roberta Garbo - A Dynamic And Functional Approach As A Basis For Individual Educational Planning In Inclusive Contexts 9. Věra Pokorná - Inclusive Policies In The Czech Republic, With Special Reference To Assessment Practices 10. Zenija Berzina - The Dilemma Between Assessment And Standards In Latvia 11. Feuerstein, R.. Feuerstein, R.S., Falik, L.H. & Rand, Y. - Book Review - The Dynamic Assessment Of Cognitive Modifiability: The Learning Propensity Assessment Device: Theory, Instruments And Technique 12. European Comenius Network Project – Inclues - Clues To Inclusive And Cognitive Learning Enhancement In Schools