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17 August 2019 / 15. Zil-Hajj 1440

Tarbiyah Updates

Tarbiyah October Updates

This October MCE Team heald a Spiritual Development programme for the Madrasah teachers. The Spiritual Development Programme (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

The aims of the programme were as follows:

To increase awareness about spirituality and its importance

To facilitate reflection on one’s own spirituality

To present manageable strategies for spiritual growth

To inspire continuous seeking of spiritual development

To help introduce deeper levels of spirituality into the classroom


Tarbiyah September Updates

Tarbiyah training at Haydari Madrasah, Nairobi. We had a total of 55 teachers trained up in 3 sessions. Facilitators were Sister Malika Chandoo and Sister Fatima Dharsi from Dubai And Sisterr Zohra Tejani from Dubai.


     


Tarbiyah training in Reunion. 50 teachers trained in French by facilitators Sr Malika Chandoo of Dubai and Sr Sadeka Mahamodraza of Paris

  


We also held Tarbiyah training in Seattle and Monteral. Alhamdoliah we was very impressed on how our teachers prepared their lessons, the time flew and kids really enjoyed it the most! As result of the training sessions, so many news kids that previously didnt attend madressa have now enrolled. Keep up the good work team!

 


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