One Year. Online. Part-Time.
The program is one-year in length and designed to be completed alongside a full time teaching schedule. It is conducted entirely online and organized into three courses with weekly modules.
Each course is 12 to 15 weeks in length and consists of:
Video lectures with leading experts in Islamic Pedagogy, foundations of education, and faith-based perspectives on education
Live sessions where you can ask questions, engage in discussions, and interact in real-time
Course readings prepared by leading academics and practitioners that provide you with sound theoretical foundations for your practice
Discussion Board activities where you’ll engage with fellow educators from around the world to enhance your understanding of the concepts presented
Assignments and learning activities that will help you take everything you learn and apply it to your classroom
Course 2 — Designing Curriculum for Islamic Schools
Course 3 — Implementing Islamic Pedagogy in Schools
Online learning made easy
Learning online comes with many advantages. You can learn at your own pace and on your own time, organize course work around your busy schedule, and you will have access to all the course resources for review in the future.
A Rich Online Experience
The majority of your coursework will be conducted through an online learning portal called Blackboard. This is where you will login to watch videos, engage in discussions, and complete assignments.
Weekly Instructions Delivered to Your Inbox
On a weekly basis, you will receive a detailed email with instructions on how to complete the week’s tasks, including all relevant links and resources related to the current module.
A Vibrant Community of Learners
Online learning lets you engage with fellow participants in ways that are not possible offline. Every week, you will have the opportunity to engage with your peers in a facilitated discussion on the topic of the week.
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