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20 Tips for Keeping Your Students Busy & Engaged During Quran Lessons

The reality of teaching Quran recitation, Tajweed and memorisation is different from teaching any other subject. Because your aim as a teacher is to enable your students to achieve skills that are performed and measured orally (reading, fluency, memory, sound pronunciation, articulation, rhythm, segment stress and stretch), you find that you need to give more [...]

20 Tips for Keeping Your Students Busy & Engaged During Quran Lessons2021-03-20T20:21:27+00:00

A Behaviour Management Strategy for your Madrassah

Madrassahs are created for big ambitions- raising generations of Muslim children with sound knowledge and practice of Islam and good conduct. However, these are often undermined due to absence of a Behaviour Management Strategy; one that emphasises expectations, curbs low and high levels of disruptions and monitors progress. A successful Madrassah Behaviour Management Strategy must [...]

A Behaviour Management Strategy for your Madrassah2021-03-20T20:21:29+00:00

Easy to Use Meriting System for Managing Behaviour

A meriting system in a Madrassah classroom is one whose aim is to motivate students to reach their potential in terms of behaviour and performance by: Meriting positive behaviour Demeriting negative behaviour For it to be successful, the system must be simple and linked to a set of disciplinary consequences and a set of motivational [...]

Easy to Use Meriting System for Managing Behaviour2017-05-22T09:57:55+00:00

BETT 2017- Technology for Behaviour Management

BETT show brings together the latest technology in Education. Below are a list of technology software, tools and ideas that were exhibited in 2017 aimed at improving and managing Behaviour in the classroom: 1) Class Charts Motivates and rewards your pupils Award positive behaviour in two easy clicks Younger and [...]

BETT 2017- Technology for Behaviour Management2021-03-20T20:21:30+00:00

Why your seating plan could be the key to better learning

Whether on the floor or at tables, which seating arrangement is the most suitable for your students and your lesson? Traditional rows, U-shaped setting or cluster groups? Being conscious of the pros and cons of each and using them appropriately can be a great aid to minimising misbehaviour and boosting concentration in your class.   [...]

Why your seating plan could be the key to better learning2021-03-20T20:21:31+00:00

How to plan for that really chatty class

If you have chatty class in your Madrassah, read this article for advice on how to regain authority and control through efficient lesson planning. Remember structured discussion and talk are very beneficial for learning, but not endless and random chatter.   One teacher gives his tips for how you can plan ahead to avoid low-level [...]

How to plan for that really chatty class2021-03-20T20:21:32+00:00

The behaviour question: how can you support a child with ADHD in your classroom?

Teaching a child with ADHD symptoms in Madrassah can be quite challenging due to limitations of time, space and resources. However, the affected child is intellectually capable, so there is a great potential in exerting patience to give him or her the best opportunity to learn their religion. Indeed, much patience and creativity will be [...]

The behaviour question: how can you support a child with ADHD in your classroom?2021-03-20T20:21:32+00:00

How can I learn more about behaviour without a budget?

Seeking to perfect our children and pupils’ manners is one of the most noble responsibilities of Madrassahs. We are told by our dearest Prophet peace be upon him that he was sent to perfect noble manners’ [13380 - مجمع الزوائد ومنبع الفوائد]. Hence, as teachers of Islam, Adab and conduct are areas on which we [...]

How can I learn more about behaviour without a budget?2016-12-09T22:47:36+00:00

The behaviour question: how can I lessen the impact of low-level disruption?

Low-level disruptions are small and subtle acts of misbehaviour, which often are deliberate and aimed at irritating the teacher in order to distract him/her and the class from the lesson and get some amusement instead. It includes things like: rocking on a chair, pen-tapping, chatting over others, chatting over the teacher, passing notes, giggling, entering [...]

The behaviour question: how can I lessen the impact of low-level disruption?2016-12-09T22:50:21+00:00

How can I motivate my reluctant learners?

Engaging children in what you want them to learn is an initital step for their learning process to take place. However, this can be difficult if children exhibit signs of unwillingness and reluctance. This article explains three ways to help you motivate these kinds of pupils. It can be hard to galvanise some children, especially when [...]

How can I motivate my reluctant learners?2016-12-09T22:52:32+00:00
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