In this webinar, Dr. Seema Imam shares foundational information about teaching with technology, including tips for virtual teaching, a quick overview of ISTE standards, and the “Triple E” framework.
In response to the COVID-19 crisis, Islamic school leaders and educators have switched to online learning platforms in an effort to fulfill their commitment to continue providing services and education to their students.
Guest speakers share how to fundraise online with little to no overhead. Chris Blauvelt, CEO & Founder of LaunchGood, shares key ingredients for a successful fundraiser, including: A dedicated team, matching funds, micro-fundraisers, phone trees, paid advertising and more.
Google Sites, Learning Kits, and Schedules for PreK: Presented by Sister Melissa Tauheed, Director of Al – Rahmah Nursery and Childcare Centre
Let’s admit it: Distance learning has caused a lot of new stresses for Islamic school educators. From learning new technology to balancing our home-based responsibilities, we are actually doing more than we may have ever done before.
Dr. Seema Imam, Chair of ISLA and Professor and Co-Chair of College of Education at National Louis University looks at ISTE standards for Pre-K-12 classrooms. She discusses the standards as it relates to educators, administrators, and students. Finally, she discusses how these standards are so much more than technology standards.
Dr. Seema Imam discusses trends in the digital world as it relates to professional development for those in Islamic education.
In this webinar, our panelists will explore: 1. What are the overt and subtle ways in which Islamic schools might be perpetuating racism? 2. What experiences can our guests share about racism they have experienced, or that black students have experienced? 3. What can Islamic school leaders and teachers do to address the problem of racism in our schools and broader society?
Presented by Sister Dalia Eldeeb and Sister Hanen Dehmani, Bayaan Academy.