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  • ISLAMIC THOUGHTS IN EDUCATION
  • MAIN TOPICS FOR DISCUSSION
    • Etymology
    • History
    • Metaphysics
    • Five pillars of Islam
    • Islamic education
  • ETYMOLOGY-ISLAM
    • Arabic word – sallam
    • Meaning –
    • peace,
    • complete submission (to god),
    • and unbreakable ( by stones of ignorance)
  • METAPHYSICS
    • God
    • Angels
    • Revelations (Quran)
    • Prophets
    • Resurrection and judgment
    • Predestination
  • FIVE PILLARS OF ISLAM
    • 1. The shahadah (creed)
    • 2. Daily prayers (salat)
    • 3. Almsgiving (zakat)
    • 4. Fasting during Ramadan and
    • 5. The pilgrimage to Mecca (hajj)
  • THE SHAHADAH (CREED)
    • "I testify there are no deities other than god alone and I testify that Muhammad is the messenger of god.”
  • DAILY PRAYERS (SALAT)
  • PRAYER
  • ALMS GIVING (ZAKAT)
  • FASTING DURING RAMADAN
  • THE PILGRIMAGE TO MECCA (HAJJ)
  • ISLAMIC EDUCATION
    • Aims of education
    • Curriculum
    • Organization of Islamic education
    • Methods of teaching
    • Role of teacher
    • Educational implications
    • AIMS OF EDUCATION
    • Preparation of the individual for future life.
    • Religious knowledge for salvation
    • Propagation of religious knowledge
    • Propagation of Islamic law and Islamic value system
  • CURRICULUM
    • Quran
    • The biography of hazrath Muhammad
    • Laws of Islam
    • Arabic and Persian languages
    • Grammar
    • Literature
    • Logic
    • Philosophy
    • Astrology
    • History
    • Geography
    • Agriculture
    • Unani system of medicine
    • Sanskrit for Hindu children
    •  
  • ORGANIZATION OF ISLAMIC EDUCATION
    • Bismillah (a ritual at the age of four)
    • Maktab (primary school)
    • Madrasa
  • METHODS OF TEACHING
    • Memory method for memorization of various aspects of knowledge
    • Recitation method
    • Reading method
    • Writing method
    • Oral methods
  • ROLE OF TEACHER
    • Teachers were used to be holy persons.
    • Teachers used to develop a personality of the students using different methods.
    • They used to follow the principles of reward and punishment.
    • Medium of instruction used by teachers was Arabic and Persian.
    • Student-teacher relationship were harmonious. Teachers used to behave like parents.
  • EDUCATIONAL IMPLICATIONS
    • Education is sacred as it was Allah himself who educated the first man.
    • More emphasis on reading and writing.
    • Education is a continuous process.
    • Education is not restricted to what went within the school.
    • No gender restrictions in education.
  • THANK YOU