Islamic pedagogy: Potential and perspective
Source of Publication
Islamic Schooling in the West: Pathways to Renewal
Religious traditions embody inherent pedagogical perspectives—a way of teaching religion. Among Muslim scholarship, conceptual aspects of a philosophy of education rooted in Islam have been articulated but often piecemeal, making it inaccessible to Islamic schools today. The challenge has been in synthesising philosophies of Islamic education, or better termed Islamic pedagogy, in a way that is relevant and applicable to contemporary schools. This chapter aims to establish some semblance of an Islamic pedagogical framework. The concepts and perspectives identified may serve as a rubric for Islamic schools to renew their conceptions of Islamic education for a deeper connection between religious education as a subject and pedagogy rooted in a religious tradition.
Springer International Publishing
Memon, Nadeem A. and Alhashmi, Mariam, "Islamic pedagogy: Potential and perspective" (2018). All Works. 2177.
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