Welcome to our Facilitator Directory. The CEF community includes some of the most gifted and experienced facilitators of Creative Problem Solving, strategic planning, innovation, team building, change management, and more. Our online directory gives you access to a global network of best-in-class facilitators and trainers to help you deliver better outcomes by improving the effectiveness of your next meeting, session, workshop, conference or lab.
To be eligible to post on the Facilitator’s Database you must:
– Have been a Leader at the Creative Problem Solving Institute within the last three years.
– Be in good standing with the Creative Education Foundation.
All applications are reviewed before posting and final decisions about eligibility are determined by CEF.
- CPSI Presenter
Michelle Korenfeld is a lifelong creativity educator and author offering a unique interdisciplinary method of fostering creative thinking and appreciation for nature, environment, science and art. Her mission is to provide all children with the kind of education she practiced at The Dr. Erica Landau Institute for Gifted Students in Tel Aviv. Her book is based on conversations with Dr. Moshe Rishpon, who established the Clore Garden of Science and The Science Oriented Youth Department at the Weizmann Institute. The Science Oriented Youth Department is a pioneer in science education and a worldwide leader in that field.
Creative learning spaces turn into academic studying in Elementary schools. This challenging turning point in which creativity turns into aggression can be met. Conversing with kids, fascinating about nature with stories, poems and paintings, together with inspiring free writing and drawing, interconnect to ignite creative thinking with her book Creative Children Like the Animals of the World. It is the product of Michelle's life research and raising her two daughters, who teach her lessons in creative thinking every single day.
Parents, grandparents, teachers and educators are offered tools and guidance for promoting creativity on her blog: Raising Creative Thinkers.