Cinema as a tool for
Education-Egyptian Example
Aysha Selim
Any teacher can take a child to the classroom,
but not every teacher can make him learn.
Helen Keller on
Anne Mansfield
Su...
The Teacher
In Egyptian Cinema
Hollywood Egypt
Exception!
To Sir With Love School of the “Naughties"
Integrated Teaching Approach
Student-Centered Instruction (SCI)
Imagination - Curiosity – Critical Thinking
“SCI provides "increased motivation to lear...
Religion in The Egyptian Curriculum
Secondary and High School
Islamic Religion:
 Values and Human Relationships related t...
TV Series: Zat (Self)
One of the most popular Ramadan series in 2013, a TV adaptation of the novel by Sonallah
Ibrahim, te...
The Journey of a Thousand Miles Begins With One Step
Lao Tzu (Chinese Philosopher- 7th Century B.C.)
Democracy is not the solution!
EDUCATION IS!!
THANK YOU!
Aysha Selim
aselim@aucegypt.edu
0128-928-8560
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  1. 1. Cinema as a tool for Education-Egyptian Example Aysha Selim
  2. 2. Any teacher can take a child to the classroom, but not every teacher can make him learn. Helen Keller on Anne Mansfield Sullivan “She realized that a child's mind is like a shallow brook which ripples and dances merrily over the stony course of its education and reflects here a flower, there a bush, yonder a fleecy cloud; and she attempted to guide my mind on its way, knowing that like a brook it should be fed by mountain streams and hidden springs, until it broadened out into a deep river, capable of reflecting in its placid surface, billowy hills, the luminous shadows of trees and the blue heavens, as well as the sweet face of a little flower. Any teacher can take a child to the classroom, but not every teacher can make him learn.”
  3. 3. The Teacher In Egyptian Cinema Hollywood Egypt
  4. 4. Exception! To Sir With Love School of the “Naughties"
  5. 5. Integrated Teaching Approach
  6. 6. Student-Centered Instruction (SCI) Imagination - Curiosity – Critical Thinking “SCI provides "increased motivation to learn, greater retention of knowledge, deeper understanding, and more positive attitudes toward the subject being taught.” Felder, R.M, Brent, R., (1996). Navigating the bumpy road to student-centered instruction. College Teaching, 44(2), 43-47. Retrieved December 7, 2007, from EBSCO database.
  7. 7. Religion in The Egyptian Curriculum Secondary and High School Islamic Religion:  Values and Human Relationships related to family and society  Getting to know brothers and sisters in faith, homeland and humanity and the duties therein leading to co-living in peace  Study of trends that weaken the Faith Christian Religion:  Values and Human Relationships - Tolerance- Love  Current issues from a religious perspective  Respect of other religions  Interaction with society’s current problems to form a thinking personality capable of dealing with challenges and crisis from a scientific approach in line with religious standards
  8. 8. TV Series: Zat (Self) One of the most popular Ramadan series in 2013, a TV adaptation of the novel by Sonallah Ibrahim, tells the bigger story of Egypt. It presents Egypt’s modern history through the story of a middle class Egyptian girl called Zat, born on the day the of 1952 Revolution.
  9. 9. The Journey of a Thousand Miles Begins With One Step Lao Tzu (Chinese Philosopher- 7th Century B.C.)
  10. 10. Democracy is not the solution! EDUCATION IS!! THANK YOU! Aysha Selim aselim@aucegypt.edu 0128-928-8560

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