Tailored Short Courses for All Educators

In today's fast-paced educational landscape, it's paramount for educators to stay abreast of current philosophies, theories, and strategies that resonate with their learners. With Islamic education, our tradition is immutable, enduring and renewal is about benefiting from the wisdom of concepts, principles rooted in our educational heritage, renewed, and responsive to our purpose, vision, and contexts, and the needs and aspirations of our Muslim learners. 

CITE offers specialised short courses that are an accessible, affordable option for any and all educators in Islamic schools or schools with Muslim learners. Each program is meticulously crafted to ensure educators are engaged in renewal that will equip them to implement change and inspire. Dive in and discover how you can enhance your teaching approach and leave an indelible mark on the future leaders of tomorrow.

Islamic Pedagogy: Distinctive Educational Practice for Islamic Schools

Audience: Highly relevant and suitable for Islamic Schools globally

 

Curriculum Renewal for Islamic Schools

 
Audience: Highly relevant and suitable for Islamic Schools globally
 

Culturally Responsive Pedagogy and Muslim learners

Audience:  Public school educators working with Muslim learners

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Classroom Management for Islamic Schools

 
Audience: Islamic school educators working with Muslims learners
 

 

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"New culturally responsive pedagogy course cuts through limiting fears"

By Sarah Duggan
Published July 17, 2020

Every learner that enters the classroom comes with a virtual school bag crammed with a potent assortment of rich knowledge, religious identities and spiritual understandings – and they shouldn’t have to discard this toolkit at the school gate, Dylan Chown believes.

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