Webinars


Moses and Khidr: The Prophetic Example of Continuing Education

Originally held on Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Presented by Shaykh Ramzy Ajem

In Chapter 18 of the Quran, verse 66, Moses, to whom God has spoken directly, continues the path of learning at the feet of someone who does not have his status nor gift. How does he do it? From this … Continue reading

Learning to Relax: How Teachers Can Benefit from the Summer Holidays

Originally held on Thursday, July 5, 2012

Presented by Dr. Seema A. Imam

Presented by Dr. Seema Imam. Summer is here! Have you started relaxing yet? Or is your mind still thinking about marking and report cards? How can you truly benefit from the summer holidays? In this webinar, we are joined by Dr. Seema Imam, Associate Professor of Elementary and Middle Level Teacher Education at National Louis University, who will help you find ways to enjoy the summer and how to unwind. Continue reading

Reinforcing Big Ideas: Leaving your Students with Motivation to Carry Them Through the Summer

Originally held on Thursday, June 14, 2012

Presented by Matthew Moes

Presented by Matthew Moes. The school year is ending. Your students stare out the window, yearning for a fun-filled summer break. As an educator, you try to think of creative ways to equip your students with something constructive so their summer isn’t a complete waste. At this webinar, we are joined by Br. Matthew Moes, Principal of Al-Hedayah Academy (Dallas, TX), who will share some insight on how to make the summer beneficial for your students. Continue reading

Closing off the School Year: Reflecting on Imam Ghazali’s Advice to Teachers

Originally held on Monday, June 4, 2012

Presented by Amaarah DeCuir

Presented by Amaarah DeCuir. What key messages should you be reinforcing to your students in these last few weeks of school? How can your students leave with something to deeply think about? What can you do to become a better teacher for next year? Continue reading

Transform your Classroom with Islamic Pedagogy

Originally held on Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Presented by Dr. Nadeem Memon

Presented by Dr. Nadeem Memon. We’ve received many interesting questions from teachers after our last webinar: How can I connect my teaching philosophy with Islamic principles of education?; How can I build an Islamic character in my students?; How can I integrate Islam in my unit and lesson plans in the subject that I teach? We’ve crafted a webinar to help answer these questions and more. Continue reading

The Need for an Islamic Pedagogy

Originally held on Saturday, August 21, 2012

Presented by Dr. Nadeem Memon

Presented by Dr. Nadeem Memon. Why is it that we don’t speak enough about how to teach for Islamic Schools? How do you think about co-operative learning and assessment in an Islamic perspective? Continue reading