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Reuven Feuerstein Reuven Feuerstein Dr. Reuven Feuerstein, a clinical psychologist who studied at the University of Geneva under Jean Piaget, Andre Rey, Barbel Inhelder, and Marguerite Loosli Uster, went on to earn his Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology at the Sorbonne. He is currently the director of the Center for Development of Human Potential in Jerusalem.
The Theory and Practice of Mediated Learning Experience Introduction The Theory and Practice of Mediated Learning Experience Introduction Mediated Learning Experience (MLE) describes a special quality of interaction between a learner and a person, whom we shall call a "mediator". The function of a mediator is different from that of a teacher, as illustrated by the following two diagrams. In this mode the teacher provides a suitable stimulus (homework, test, assignment, etc.) and then observes the response of the learner to the stimulus. Based on the response, the teacher interacts with the learner (praise, criticism, encouragement, grade, new assignment, for example) and the process is continued until either the teacher or the learner is satisfied or time runs out. The Theory and Practice of Mediated Learning Experience Introduction