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ITEP C103M: Encouraging Inquiry in Islamic Education

Assalamualaikum WBT. Teacher and friends. Sheikh Ramzy’s lecture this week reminds me to what we discussed in C101K (or C101M) regarding indoctrination in faith based school and curriculum. After consulting and debating Neil Burtonwood’s and Michael Hand’s articles, we came to a solid conclusion that Islam is not an indoctrination, and therefore, all aspects of …

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 …

Belajar Islam Daripada Rasulullah SAW

    Tadi saya hantar assignment Islamic Teacher Education Program minggu keempat. Semasa menyiapkannya, saya mendengar penjelasan Dr. Seymour Epstein bahawa dalam sekolah agama versi Yahudi, tidak wujud apa yang dinamakan sebagai ‘Jewish Pedagogy’. Saya dikehendaki menghuraikan bagaimana boleh wujud apa yang dikatakan sebagai Islamic / Prophetic Pedagogy. Semasa inilah saya terfikirkan persoalan yang hendak ditanya ini.