بسم الله والصلاة والسلام على رسول الله
You may be a teacher, a parent or a student of Islamic Studies. No matter what you are, you have a lot to share with others.
I request all concerned with teaching and learning of Islamic Studies – both as a subject and as a way of life – to share your best practices – your Islamic teaching-learning experiences – so others can draw benefits, grow and glow, inShaaAllah.
To make it easy and workable, let me highlight some topics, on/about which we can share our best practices:
- What should be the prime objective of a teacher/student/parent in the pursuit of Islamic Education?
- How to make Islamic Studies an interesting subject?
- Why students need motivation to love and learn this subject?
- What pitfalls a teacher of Islamic Studies must avoid in the classroom?
- These methods are dull and boring and hence must be avoided while teaching Islamic!
- Ways to develop Islamic critical thinking skill in 21st century students?
- Points to remember while making a Classroom Presentation (PPT)
- Practical Tips on creating cross curricular links with Islam?
- How to simplify the Islamic terminology according to the learners’ level?
- Simple techniques so students can their create their own WALT.
- How teachers can make Learning Walks meaningful?
- Techniques we can use to help students master the art of Problem Solving.
- How best to use Technology as a necessary tool for teaching Islamic Studies?
- As a student, these are some of my real life experiences to share with you all.
- How to teach behavior in a classroom environment?
- Islam and 21st century skills.
- etc. etc. 🙂 which you feel worth sharing, inShaaAllah
Send in your inputs to mr (dot) muqith @ gmail (dot) com