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According to Quran, Sunnah and way of Salaf, Homeschooling

Educational methods derived from Quran and Sunnah – TJ homeschooling


A word to fellow teachers

By His Eminence Shaykh `Abdul-`Aziz ibn `Abdullah ibn Muhammad Al Al-Shaykh
Grand Mufty of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

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Educational methods derived from the Qur’aan and the Sunnah:
1: Giving Examples.

2: Relating Stories. 

3: Questioning students to attract their attention.

4: Propounding ideas that sparks the students’ inquisitiveness and interest.

5: Giving the students a topic to discuss about.

6: The teacher seeking assistance from his or her fellow teacher who is more knowledgeable of the subject to be taught…
By pondering over the Book of Allah and the Sunnah, we will find many other similar, useful examples.
It should also be noted that diversity in teaching methods is more effective. 
This was the methodology that the Prophet (peace be upon him) used to follow.
These are some examples that I want to share with our fellow teachers on the occasion of this new school year. I supplicate to Allah to grant us all success, guide us to the correct decisions, make our deeds purely intended for His Sake, and a means that brings us closer to Him. 
May He also reform our intentions and offspring, accept our good deeds, and pardon our shortcomings.
Grand Mufty of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

General Chairman of the Council of Senior Scholars and the Departments of Scholarly Research, Ifta’, Da`wah, and Guidance
`Abdul-`Aziz ibn `Abdullah ibn Muhammad Al Al-Shaykh



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