Young Muslims, Pedagogy and Islam

Young Muslims, Pedagogy and Islam
Title Young Muslims, Pedagogy and Islam PDF eBook
Author Muhammad G. Khan
Publisher
Pages 225
Release 2013
Genre Muslim youth
ISBN 9781447314561

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Young Muslims, Pedagogy and Islam

Young Muslims, Pedagogy and Islam
Title Young Muslims, Pedagogy and Islam PDF eBook
Author Khan, M.G.
Publisher Policy Press
Pages 224
Release 2013-02-27
Genre Religion
ISBN 1847428770

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Written by a leading practitioner and academic in the field of youth and community work, this multidisciplinary book approaches the lives of Muslim young people from theoretical, social, and theological viewpoints. M. G. Khan moves beyond notions of gendered provision and confessional activity to ask what defines a Muslim pedagogy. He presents a theoretical frame for Muslim youth work that is accessible to informal educators and Muslims alike, providing insight and analysis of nuances that are only possible from on-the-ground engagement.




Pedagogy in Islamic Education

Pedagogy in Islamic Education
Title Pedagogy in Islamic Education PDF eBook
Author Glenn Hardaker
Publisher Emerald Group Publishing
Pages 160
Release 2018-11-19
Genre Education
ISBN 1787547183

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This book provides an understanding of pedagogy rooted in the developments of Islamic Education. It is the first book to explore this in the Madrasah context. The focus on Islamic pedagogy provides a way to explore knowledge, spirituality and education that is shaped by a universal approach to personalised learning.




New Directions in Islamic Education

New Directions in Islamic Education
Title New Directions in Islamic Education PDF eBook
Author Abdullah Sahin
Publisher Kube Publishing Ltd
Pages 300
Release 2013-12-23
Genre Education
ISBN 1847740642

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A groundbreaking rethink of Islamic education in the modern world.




Making European Muslims

Making European Muslims
Title Making European Muslims PDF eBook
Author Mark Sedgwick
Publisher Routledge
Pages 330
Release 2014-09-19
Genre Religion
ISBN 1317655656

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Making European Muslims provides an in-depth examination of what it means to be a young Muslim in Europe today, where the assumptions, values and behavior of the family and those of the majority society do not always coincide. Focusing on the religious socialization of Muslim children at home, in semi-private Islamic spaces such as mosques and Quran schools, and in public schools, the original contributions to this volume focus largely on countries in northern Europe, with a special emphasis on the Nordic region, primarily Denmark. Case studies demonstrate the ways that family life, public education, and government policy intersect in the lives of young Muslims and inform their developing religious beliefs and practices. Mark Sedgwick’s introduction provides a framework for theorizing Muslimness in the European context, arguing that Muslim children must navigate different and sometimes contradictory expectations and demands on their way to negotiating a European Muslim identity.




Curriculum Renewal for Islamic Education

Curriculum Renewal for Islamic Education
Title Curriculum Renewal for Islamic Education PDF eBook
Author Nadeem A. Memon
Publisher Routledge
Pages 278
Release 2021-05-11
Genre Education
ISBN 1000386759

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This book demonstrates why and how it is necessary to redesign Islamic Education curriculum in the K-12 sector globally. From Western public schools that integrate Muslim perspectives to be culturally responsive, to public and private schools in Muslim minority and majority contexts that teach Islamic studies as a core subject or teach from an Islamic perspective, the volume highlights the unique global and sociocultural contexts that support the disparate trajectories of Islamic Education curricula. Divided into three distinct parts, the text discusses current Islamic education curricula and considers new areas for inclusion as part of a general renewal effort that includes developing curricula from an Islamic worldview, and the current aspirations of Islamic education globally. By providing insights on key concepts related to teaching Islam, case studies of curriculum achievements and pitfalls, and suggested processes and pillars for curriculum development, contributors present possibilities for researchers and educators to think about teaching Islam differently. This text will benefit researchers, doctoral students, and academics in the fields of secondary education, Islamic education, and curriculum studies. Those interested in religious education as well as the sociology and theory of religion more broadly will also enjoy this volume.




Youth Work: Histories, Policy and Contexts

Youth Work: Histories, Policy and Contexts
Title Youth Work: Histories, Policy and Contexts PDF eBook
Author Graham Bright
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing
Pages 325
Release 2015-09-10
Genre Social Science
ISBN 1350314226

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Youth work is a means of promoting learning, equality and inclusion with young people. It is an incredibly rewarding profession; however, state regulation means that youth work students and practitioners must continuously wrestle with the challenges of contemporary practice in environments that are complex and changing. This book brings together a collection of voices to speak to these concerns. Drawing on the history of the profession, each chapter focuses on a different aspect of policy and practice. Chapters explore the impact of New Labour; the changes that came with the coalition government; youth work in the voluntary sector, and youth work in a digital world. Graham Bright concludes with a powerful reflection on what the future holds for the profession. Each chapter features 'Over to You' activity boxes which invite readers to engage collaboratively in developing and applying ideas, with case studies which link discussion to real life examples. This is an important book for students, practitioners and lecturers in the field of youth and community work and related practice with children and young people.