Being a Madrassah or Supplementary School Teacher is not an easy role. This course aims to provide necessary and practical knowledge that teachers can take away and implement in his/her class in order to improve professionalism, effectiveness, quality of teaching and students’ positive learning experiences. The training is a two-day intensive course and will cover topics such teaching methodologies, motivation and behaviour management strategies, engaging students by catering for different learning styles, planning lessons effectively, assessing learning and differentiating as well as presenting available teaching resources and much more. The course has a very clear focus on protecting children and young people in your care from harm through a robust approach to safeguarding.
The training is non-theological. It is interactive with highly useful information and real-life cases from the Madrassah and Mosque sector to help you understand more about your responsibilities and how to implement good practice procedures. It is delivered by an expert in education with solid experience in Madrassahs and Islamic Supplementary Schools.
Upon completion of the training, attendees will receive certificates of attendance and will be offered full support from our team.
Delivered by experts in leadership and management, the Madrassah sector and education
Interactive with real life cases
Duration: 2 days
On completion certificate is posted within a fortnight
Who should take this course
This course is for Madrassah or Supplementary School teachers and teacher assistants who work with children aged 5-17 years old. It is also highly recommended for the management and administration staff of those institutes as often they are in charge of making decisions or taking actions that affect learning and teaching in the class. Whether you are a full-time, part-time or volunteer teacher this course is invaluable to your professional development.
1st Session: Children, Young adults, Identity & Family
An exploration of identity and family for children and young people in the context of being British, Muslim and following Islam.
2nd Session: Creating a positive classroom context
The process of setting boundaries and managing adherence to the boundaries by children and young people.
3rd Session: Setting expectations
Developing the notion of responsibilities and rights within the learning environment.
4th Session: Teaching Resources & Initiatives
A brief introduction to the range of materials available free online to support designing and planning engaging learning for children and young people.
5th Session: Teaching positive behaviour and responding to inappropriate behaviour
The key role of the teacher in modelling appropriate behaviours and responding to poor behaviour.
6th Session: National Safeguarding Agenda
The rights and responsibilities of both children and young people and those that look after them.
7th Session: Learning behaviours and lesson structures
Exploring the different styles of learning that engage children and young people.
8th Session: Building Positive Relationships
The importance of learning experiences that build on what children and young people do well.
9th Session: Class Agreement & Behaviour Plan
Action planning for practice back in the madrassah.
10th Session: New Madrassah System
Defining the ‘ideal’ Madrassah – Setting the framework of an effective Madrassah System. see Annex 1 for a summary of the ideas presented.
Aims of the course
Raise teaching standards in Madrassahs and Islamic Supplementary Schools
Make learning an engaging and positive experience for learners
Improve motivation and behaviour management
Assess students’ learning and respond effectively to gaps in knowledge
Protect children under your care
Certification will be provided to all attendees who attend the duration of the training.
£395 + VAT for up to 20 people in addition to £25 + VAT for every additional person.
All materials provided
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