Month: November 2014

ITEP Week #10: Islamic Education vs Muslim Education

This week, we are required to read Farid Panjwani’s  “The” Islamic” in Islamic Education: Assessing the Discourse.”Current Issues in Comparative Education 7, no. 1 (2004): 19-29.  The article is available at eric.ed.gov Assalamualaikum wa Rahmatullah wa Barakatuh. Brothers, sisters and teachers, I believe that Farid Panjwani in his article title ‘The ‘Islamic’ in Islamic Education: Assessing the Discourse’ …

ITEP Week #9: Al-Jahiz and His Idea on Education

Photo credit www.alshindagah.com This week, I am required to read Sebastian Günther’s article: “Be masters in that you teach and continue to learn: Medieval Muslim thinkers on educational theory.” Comparative Education Review 50, no. 3 (2006): 367-388. The reading will emphasize specifically on al-Jahiz’s view on education. Other colleagues read ideas of Ibn Sahnun, al-Farabi, Ibn Sina, al-Ghazali …

Pengajar Yang Belajar

Di dalam Halaqah Guru ketujuh yang ringkas pagi ini, saya kongsikan dengan rakan-rakan guru di #KMSS tentang pentingnya kita membaca tentang bidang masing-masing lebih daripada sekadar aplikasi hariannya. Seorang jurutera akan lebih menghayati bidangnya jika dia mengetahui tentang falsafah dan sejarah bidangnya, perbahasan ilmuan terdahulu dalam bidang berkenaan, bagaimana terbentuknya teori-teori yang dipakai hari ini… Semua itu …