Step 3: Curriculum Content and Resources

If you haven’t seen Step 1: Learning Outcomes or Step 2: Instructional Methods, check them out first. Dr Nadeem, of the Islamic Teacher Education Program continues this phenomenal journey and invites you to integrate Islam into your Muslim school curriculum with Step 3: Curriculum Content and Resources. This is the third video in a series of five.

“Curriculum content and resources is the area in which we have made the most progress as compared to other areas of education and curriculum. In this video, Dr.Nadeem presents 4 considerations to keep in mind when integrating at the content level, as well as 5 content types you can use in your classroom. Step 3 is all about creating a holistic curriculum matched with resources for your defined learning outcomes.”

~ by Omaira on November 30, 2012.

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