Muslims Now Using Standardized Tests – Creating Uniformity in Islamic Education

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What is a Standardized Test? A form of  test that requires all test takers to answer the same questions in order to objectively measure a student’s or group of student’s mastery of core curricula concepts. 

 

 How Does this Apply to Islamic Education? Since the establishment of Islamic institutions in North America, administrators have all agonized over the same issue: What to teach? Over the years, Islamic schools across America ended up making individualized decisions on curriculum instead of collaborating to define national benchmarks.  What researchers are finding now is that learning outcomes very tremendously from child to child, school to school, and state to state. While some schools focus heavily on Quranic memorization, other schools prefer to concentrate on the principles of Aqidah, Fiqh, and Akhlaq, while others prefer not to teach Aqidah and Fiqh at all. 

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7th Week – Youth Class by Prof Omer Mozaffar

Following are the video recording of Youth Class which was conducted by Prof. Omer Mozaffar on March-07-2014 at 6-7:15PM Chicago time.

You can also tune-in to our live video broadcast of this same class during the class hours at http://iqrafoundation.com/live-stream/
And you can ask questions by joining the chat on this same page.


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