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Teachers Skills Programmes

The TSP is a three day program facilitated by Sayyid Aliraza Naqvi who has completed his Cert Ed (PTTLS, DTTLS and CTTLS) and is currently completing his Masters in Education.

The modules covered in the first two days of the programme include:

  • Why teach?
  • Role and responsibility of a madrasah teacher
  • Planning and planning skills
  • Inclusive learning
  • Assessment
  • Reflective practice and personal journal

Day three focuses on micro-teaching where participants get the opportunity to practice the skills they have learnt in the first two days and get valuable feedback from their peers as well as the facilitator.

TSP Programme - A Great Success!

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FEBRUARY 2017

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

On February 4th-5th and 11th, the S I Madressa in conjunction with the Council of European Jamaats, hosted their first Teachers Skills Programme.

The Teachers Skills Programme (TSP) is a three day program facilitated by Sayyid Aliraza Naqvi who has completed his Cert Ed (PTTLS, DTTLS and CTTLS) and is currently completing his Masters in Education. In the first two days the module covers the necessity of teaching, the roles and responsibilities of a Madressa teacher, how to plan effectively, inclusive learning, assessment strategies, reflectives practices and personal journal. 

The third day focuses on micro-teaching where participants get the opportunity to practice the skills they have learnt in the first two days and get valuable feedback from their peers as well as the facilitator.

Alhamdulillah, the first session was a great success!

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TSP - A Preview of Models and Tools

Shared by Br. Ali Jawad Hansraj, a Participant of the first TSP Program held in February.

The Concept of 'Learning Styles'

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Not all children learn in the same way. Where one may enjoy listening to a lecture, another may learn better via video clips or physical activities. It is the responsibility of the teacher to identify and cater to the diversity of learning styles. 

Sometimes the inability to cater for the various learning styles leads to students not being interested. These, then, are addressed via behaviour management tools instead of making the lesson more dynamic or incorporating multiple learning styles.

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