MakkahCentric Education Podcast is where we bring you all the latest research and teaching trends related to the education of Muslim students. Our vision is to revolutionize and reform how education and knowledge is presented to Muslim learners in Muslim schools and programs. If you are a Muslim and play a role as an educator, be you a teacher, principal, homeschooler, imam, student of knowledge, or educational activist, this podcast is for you.
Listen in on what other Muslim teachers, academics, students, homeschoolers, Islamic school administrators, students, imams, and other knowledge experts in various disciplines have to say about teaching and nurturing the Muslim child.
On this podcast we discuss and conduct mini- workshops on Islamic pedagogy and teaching strategies, curriculum, classroom management, Islam, transformative curriculum, Islam, and social justice pedagogies. Tune in to learn more about what it takes to improve the academic and social lives of Muslim children. This is a movement, so subscribe and learn how you can get involved!
#017: Time Management Tips for Muslim Teachers with Tushar Imdad
After sincerity, time management is the most important tool a teacher needs to thrive, our guest today is an expert and he’s showing us the best time management practices we can use as Muslim teachers to save time and energy while reaping the barakah.
#016 How to Teach With More Impact This Year, and Build a Legacy as a Muslim Teacher
Teaching is a calling they say. I believe it too. As a Muslim teacher or homeschooler, this is a job Allah selected for you. But the question is, what are you doing with that calling? How are you showing up to do the job Allah honoured you with? More importantly, are you teaching for impact?...
#015: Teaching Hajj & Other Islamic Themes to Strengthen Academic Skills w/ Jameela Ho
Hajj activities, lessons, and ideas that will leave you inspired & energized even if you don't teach Islamic studies or have little time to plan.
#014: The Power of Self-Reflection: How to use it to be a more passionate & impactful Muslim teacher
Self-Reflection for Muslim teachers is a powerful tool for spiritual and professional development. In this episode, I'll show you what questions you should be asking yourself so that you start teaching with the right mindset.
#013: Islamic Pedagogy, Social Justice, and Engaging Parents w/ Dr. Nadeem Memon
What does social justice, education equity, privilege have to do with students and parent engagement? Listen and find out!
#012: The Difference Between a Muslim School & an Islamic One, and Where You Fit In
Listen in to learn the key differences between Muslim schools and Islamic schools and how you as an educator can play your part to provide an Islamically transformative education to your students.
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Zahra .. thank you for this wonderful needed work . May Allah swt bless your work and reward you for what you are facilitating for the Muslim educators and Muslim parents in general .