What makes your classroom Islamic?

Upcoming free webinar on the Islamic Learning Environment:

“Are your students getting a different experience than they would in a public school?

Every well intentioned Islamic school teacher has asked themselves this question.

You integrate Islamic perspectives into your lessons whenever you can. You use teaching strategies that you’ve learned from Prophetic traditions. You do your best to teach in a way that is consistent with Islamic values.

But you know you could be doing more. As hard as you try — it all feels superficial, sporadic, and inconsistent. You even wonder if there’s any meaningful difference between your classroom and that of a public school.

What is an Islamic learning environment? It’s every Islamic school teacher’s dream — to create a learning environment that is authentically Islamic in every way. But where do you begin? And what does an Islamic learning environment look like anyway?

In this webinar, Dr. Nadeem Memon of the Islamic Teacher Education Program,  will describe what an Islamic learning environment looks like in today’s Islamic school. He’ll explain how each aspect of the learning environment can be made Islamic and the impact this will have on the learning experience of students.”

~ by Omaira on December 10, 2012.

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