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Four simple tips for setting better homework

Madrassah teachers often feel that Madrassah time is insufficient for a child to master a learning objective and emphasise the importance of revising at home and the need for homework, especially if the child is attending a few hours a week. However, we must consider a few things to ensure the effectiveness of the homework [...]

Four simple tips for setting better homework2021-03-20T20:21:31+00:00

The importance of sleep for memory and learning

Sleep is one of Allah’s great favours and signs. Of its numerous wonders is that it strengthens retention of information and learning. It is best to obtain the required amount of sleep as early as possible during the night. Indeed, it was the practice of the Prophet peace be upon him to sleep after Isha. [...]

The importance of sleep for memory and learning2021-03-20T20:21:32+00:00

Dealing with Poor Literacy among Madrassah Pupils

Poor literacy skills especially among KS 1&2 pupils (age 5-11) can be a great hindrance to smooth teaching and pupil-teacher interaction and learning in Madrassah context. Especially so because teaching Islam is often done using some non-every day vocabulary and the teacher has to speak about abstract ideas such as Paradise, angels, patience etc. Children [...]

Dealing with Poor Literacy among Madrassah Pupils2021-03-20T20:21:32+00:00

Using Technology in the Madrassah Classroom

  Technology in the Madrassah can be used to: To keep students interested To make the learning and teaching more effective Extend learning to outside the Madrassah Pictures, audio and video recordings, online encyclopaedias and dictionaries, apps and VLE systems can all be incorporated in to Madrassah teaching. Technology should never be used without a purpose. [...]

Using Technology in the Madrassah Classroom2016-12-20T10:56:21+00:00

Learning Styles

People gather, process and interpret information in different ways. Students have different preferences in how they learn best. These preferences are sometimes called learning styles and are used to describe and detail the different ways students learn. Some students learn well with visual forms of information such as written texts, pictures and diagrams, some may [...]

Learning Styles2021-03-20T20:21:39+00:00
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