Last Update: 9.7.2017 Page Added on: 26th August 2013.
Dear Fellow Teachers,
السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته
This Page is meant to provide beneficial resources to teachers to help improve their teaching-learning skill, InshaaAllah. While I will be updating this Page from time to time, Inshaa’Allah, you are also welcome to share material which you deem useful for the teachers of Islamic Studies.
- A Friend in Deen is a Friend Indeed!
- Blessing Lies in Teaching & Giving Advice
- Cities of Light: Islamic Spain
- Effective Listening Skill: Do’s & Don’ts
- Effective Questioning and Approaches to Questioning in a Classroom Situation
- Eleven Ways to Build Modesty in Young Muslims
- Field Trips
- General Methods and Techniques of Teaching
- Hayyakom: UAE Government’s Unique Programme for Teachers
- How To Be A Productive Teacher: from the Story of Prophet Moosa and Khidr
- Important LINKS
- Interactions of the Greatest: Prophet Muhammad’s Dealings with Different People
- Islamic Superheroes: Setting the Standards
- Lesson Plans
- Lesson Plans on Youth Issues
- Motivation: How to Motivate People For a Cause
- MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCE AT SCHOOL: Dr. Howard Gardner’s Seven Distinct Intelligences Multiple Intelligence in Islamic Perspective: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 Part 6 Part 7 Part 8 Part 9 Part 10
- Oral Communication: Importance & the Need To Express Properly
- Presentations Page
- PROPHET’S METHODS OF CORRECTING PEOPLE’S MISTAKES
- Psycho-Education – Awesome Links
- Psychology from Islamic Perspective
- Seerah Blog: Mr. MuQeet’s Blog on Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him)
- Seven Habits of Highly Effective People: Link 1 (Overview, Online) Foundational Principles (PDF) The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
- Seven Pillars of Relationship Growth
- Teaching Children the Value of Privacy
- Teaching Techniques of Prophet Muhammad sal-lal-laahu-alaihi-wa-sallam
- Ten Qualities that make you an Outstanding Teacher
- The Forgotten Sunnah: Of Health and Fitness
- The Prophet as Teacher
- The Prophetic Standard: Instructional Methods of the Prophet
- What Teachers Make
- WHO MOVED MY CHEESE? A Beautiful book on Change in Workplace
- Worksheets & Notes
- YasSarNalQuRaN: Mr. MuQeet’s Qu’ran Blog & Amazing Resources
TEACHERS’ CORNER Info Provided by Sharjah Museums
Get creative and attend various programmes offered by Sharjah Museums for teachers in schools, universities and special care centres.
Join next teachers’ learning sessions offered for schools, universities and special care centres to learn more about our collections. Sessions are led by the museum educators and curators free of charge. To receive more information and to book your seat, call 06-5197266, or e-mail Education@smd.gov.ae
Electronic resources are provided below for teachers’ use with their students during their visit to the museum: Download Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilization Teachers’ Guide Download Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilization in-gallery activity worksheets Download Pre and post visit materials. These includes key questions, power point, glossary and further discovery that can be used in our museums
Diffusion of Sunnah:
Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) took the following measures to spread his Sunnah:
1. Establishment of schools:
‘Schools’ were established by the Prophet in Madina very soon after his arrival. His general policy was to send teachers and preachers to different areas outside Madina. For example delegates were sent to Adhal and Qara in 3 A.H., to Bir Mauna in 4 A.H., to Najran and to Yemen and Hadramaut in 9 A.H.
2. The Prophet’s directions about diffusion of knowledge:
The Prophet says: “Pass on knowledge from me even if it is only one verse.” [Bukhari]
The same emphasis is noticeable in his orations at the farewell Hajj where the Prophet said: “Those who are present (here) should convey the message to those who are absent.” [Bukhari] It was therefore, a common practice among Companions to tell absentees about the Prophet’s deeds and sayings.
3. Creation of incentive for teachers and students:
The Prophet not only gave directions to educate the people but also mentioned great rewards for teachers and students. He stated that learning and the pursuit of knowledge is obligatory on every Muslim [Ibn Majah]. One who conceals knowledge is liable to go to Hell [Musnad], a fact which is mentioned in the Quran [Quran 2: 159, 174].
a) Reward for students: The Prophet said: “If any one pursues a path in search of knowledge Allah will thereby make easy for him a path to paradise, and the angels spread their wings from good pleasure with one who seeks knowledge, and all the inhabitants of the heavens and the earth, even fish in the depths of water, ask forgiveness for him.” [Musnad]
b) Reward for teachers: In this regard the Prophet said: “When a man dies, his acts come to an end, with three exceptions: Sadaqa Jariya (recurring charity), knowledge from which benefit continues to be reaped, and the prayers of a good offspring for him.” [Muslim] It applies to both male and female.
(Compiled From: “Studies in Hadith Methodology & Literature” – M. M. Azami, pp.10, 11)
Personality Development Model:
Many Muslims do not have clear perception on Masjid al Aqsa and Dome of the Rock. This image will clear the doubt, InshaaAllah.
On Psychological Well Being: DEMENTIA
InshaaAllah…..more to come!
اللهم بارك لنا فيما أعطيت O Allah! Bless Us in what You’ve given us.