A global structure to provide a focus for the development of Madrasah and to become a central place for Madaris to seek help and support in the running of their institutions.
30 days of Sadaqah – MCE has partnered with WF-Aid to encourage children around the world to help their brothers and sisters in need through our Ramadan Relief campaign 2022.
Raise as much money as you can by getting your friends and family to sponsor you as you take part in all the exciting daily tasks.
On the auspicious occasion of the birth of Rasulullah (s), the MCE is delighted to present all madrasah students with a Golden Ticket to visit The Prince of Believers- Imam Ali (a) Exhibition in London. The ticket also entitles them to enter the #MyAli campaign which may win them a trip to Najaf!
‘Learning walks’ take place professionally in order to collect evidence about teaching and learning, gain evidence of progress and areas for Madrasah development. The assessment criteria would enable MCE to review what works well, promote partnership within madaris, enhance management support within individual madaris, support teachers in their teaching journey, and recognise the safe, caring and engaging environment for students.
The first pilot remote Learning Walk was carried out at Al Murtaza Madressa in Karachi in July 2021. To read the full report click here.
The SDP combines modern interactive teaching methods with classical Islamic scholarship to offer Madrasah teachers practical advice on how they can enhance their spirituality and have a more positive impact on the children they teach.
The programme is based on the teachings of the Qur’an and the Ahl al-Bayt (a), and many parts of it can be found in the works of leading scholars of Islamic Ethics. The course is not intended to be a purely cognitive exercise but rather a catalyst for self-improvement through action.
Tarbiyah Storytime App
- Equipping the Madrasah teachers with necessary pedagogic skills.
- Enabling the teacher to acquire understanding of child psychology.
- Developing proper Islamic attitudes towards teaching.
- Enabling teachers to understand the significance of individual differences of child and to take appropriate steps for their optimum development
The TSP is aimed at increasing the skills of teachers, shifting their attitudes and behaviours so that they may be better able to support the learning of the students in the madrasah. In 2020, TSP was accredited by the Northern Council of Further Education (NCFE) in UK.
Haydari Madrasah (Nairobi) has prepared and allowed MCE to share its comprehensive Qur’an reading curriculum with parents, teachers and students. The resources for KG to Year 12 are aimed to make learning a stress-free, enjoyable experience with plenty of practice to encourage fluency.
As part of its vision for the future, MCE aims to develop an all-encompassing Qur’an curriculum that will include recitation, memorisation, understanding, reflection and so on.
MCE nurtures piety by enabling an environment that instills the values of the Qur’an and Ahl al-Bayt (‘as)
A digital platform that utilises a variety of online learning methodologies to present information in an easy to understand and absorb format designed to be enjoyable as well as enlightening. As each lesson progresses, important points are summarised and reiterated, and supporting Qur’anic verses quoted to provide greater context for students. The children are also asked to engage in online activities designed to help them understand the key points of each lesson. There are also opportunities for extended learning through the memorisation and translation of du’a, with audio files of these presented as an aid to pronunciation and memorisation.
To develop a robust and evolving global curriculum that encapsulates regional variation, modern methodologies, support material for students, teachers and parents whilst retaining core knowledge and spiritual ethos.
To create or revamp resources which can be used by students, teachers and parents and to provide a comprehensive resource centre where resources can be shared globally encouraging development of new ideas and innovation.
To facilitate the provision of training to meet the training needs of the madrasah teachers. It would also create a body that represents Madrasah teachers globally, providing support and a forum for teachers to interact, share valuable experiences and learn.
To develop a process for assessment of madaris. It would create a learning environment for all where the students, teachers and institutions are assessed with a view to share good practices and continually improve.
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