Hasan Ali – Advice to Madrasah Teachers

Hasan Ali
AI: Summary © The importance of teacher training for students is emphasized, including the use of video recordings and online training for teaching, success of the Magician game, and reading the world code for future reference. The success of the Magician game is emphasized, along with the importance of reading and sharing resources for teachers, personalized learning experiences, and online instances for practice and personalized learning. The benefits of implementing a teacher's program, including improving student outcomes and reducing costs, are emphasized, along with the use of a toolbox for students to create plans and upcoming projects. The focus is on improving the learning process for teachers, with a focus on personalized learning experiences and creating a teacher's guide for future lessons.
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basically everyone who's here so the morning

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not need to come back here to restore

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decided to go ahead in the syllabus that we put together as a team in a very long team effort for the last

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20 years definitely tested paper. And the vision has been there for about 25 years ago. We're humbled that we have now here is a decision that really helped us to separate.

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Now, this has been very also very happy to hear from Brother judges because we've broken down in the past in the first to cover a teacher training session again, he said I wanted to be on site as we've gone on site, some of the new cases. In the end, we decided to put a lot of money behind our online teaching, teacher training

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is about 15 to 20,000 pounds behind the videos and getting everything set up the studio, the slides and so on. And the full the full thing. So anyway,

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I asked for the data to get the staff is yourselves to go through the videos grouped by group and then what was the point is you don't want to

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too close. So Brahma Javid said that you go to the contact center and the different questions that you have 100 most of those were addressed in the teacher training videos. And then the few questions you've got for us we're going to cover today and also extra person that we've got after watching the videos, we're going to be going through that. So let's start straight off with the first

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one which is more important. So many of us will be having them you see on the

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projector screen, which is a heavy Irish

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news about what you said that among the most beloved local actions of those that are formed regularly, though they may be few in the mighty little in quantity, but they will be regulars. Now, how does that apply to this teacher training? You our teachers need to understand your teaching is going to be as good as the repetitions you make. Teaching is not lecturing, teaching is instilling. It's instilling. So what that means is that I remember one of our dear teachers, one of our one of our he said this again and again. He said in teaching, what happens is the teacher repeats again and again. And as he repeats what happens is humans when you hear something first time, it goes through

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your mind, but you always forget what those things you heard again and again and again in your life. You tend to remember those things for your life. If you look at the Quran, Allah azza wa jal didn't say once you could have said once the prime would have suffice for us to say in Allah Allah

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surely Allah has power over that. But what Allah Allah repeat this part of this particular verse again and again is not even set in naqada mission correct. So now you are you're the ones who have powerful in sometimes as I said, in who you know, he's gonna refer to Allah again. But he will repeat Oh Allah, Allah condition for the Allah is the One who has power over everything wiped Allah up is fanciful, diversified, docile, Allah sees everything severe Allah has everything once would have sufficed in the Quran. If Allah said, No, I'm gonna repeat it right? through repetition, teaching gets instant. So what are you teaching to remember that and remember that, whatever we are

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giving them, and the sample syllabus can be created that way that anything you're teaching new, again, will be reinforced again in the future. So you find that work you're teaching. What are you taught us? things, things continuously add on, when you got to a certain stage, you'll see revisions appearing. In the beginning of the first two weeks that you're teaching those revisions. Again, we'll capture those essential information that we want your students to remember.

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Now, how do we engage young learners is a part of your questions that came for us. How do we engage these young learners? So you've got a number of things that you've gone through the teacher for some something different from the norm that you can think

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So you want to plan your lessons.

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And you got to do it in a way where you come to the lesson with something that you pick, your students are gonna remember that lesson.

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This is you, your planning has to be done. They say, if you fail to plan, you plan to fail. If you fail to plan, you plan to fail. So coming in that lesson, this is your like, how did you start self employed? Now, our 15 hour, 32 hours, sort of a one hour 15 minutes apart? I have a full lesson plan and outreach training, really. So you've got at the beginning how to open this lesson? How How am I going to introduce the assessor to my students, let's have a quick five minute chat about the curriculum aims objectives with a summary of the assessment, there are about the main part of my lesson, how we're going to deliver it, what activities are we going to use now with this, again, the

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teacher's guide that you got for each of the different years, if you've read that, probably, you can choose how many minutes you want to use of what activity, you don't have to use all of them. So you don't have to use every single thing that we've suggested, you can use one of your ideas. So you say to yourself 10 minutes, I'm going to do this 15 minutes, I'm going to do that 20 minutes, I'm going to do this. So let's say you're going to create some group work in that group work. Even if they're really complicated, you say, Okay, let's have a quick session, let's say you're doing about another lesson might be about internet music,

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technology that can adapt that. So maybe I'll come to the lesson. And I'll get my students to get get into control already with the tables that are in there. And I'll give each one something on the table to discuss how, how much internet usage you have in a week. And what you would normally do in that control using, I might just do that. And another table might be you know, is there

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other games that you play on Mondays? What did you say? And what you know, what are the things that you get involved with in the week? And how many hours do you play on those games, stuff like that. So anyway, I think we can get those groups together metallicities, to have that discussion when you want versus control from a group talks about a qualified group discuss. It's very interactive, and then I'll be delivered. Of course, I've got the book, I've got the contents that is in year three is the whole thing about internet games and technology. Now, if I've come prepared, I've come prepared by reading the entire material. I'm going to now tell them possible already on that. And now I'm

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going to get them to further talk and discuss about what they should do how you know how useful they can make their own time at home or outside when they come in contact with this technology and so on so forth. So this is part of preparing lesson number one is effective storytelling. So effective storytelling you to see of that again, the whole thing of demonstration is there on our teacher training. Some of you've seen it, the people who handle the literacy, the storytelling.

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That's about maybe just seven, eight. Okay. Let me give you a demonstration. Because story one stories, adults love more than children. Remember that stories, children love. But adults love stories more than two, especially if it's a story. That is true story that gives you morals. And this is why the Quran is full of stories. Those stories are the stories of the prophets. And those stories we've got to capture into the box. And not only that, we put the morals with that as a way of telling the stories. You can simply come to the lesson you can make everybody read the story that's going to be the most boring lesson you will create. Everyone sits there they read a paragraph

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Oh Musa alayhis salam was challenged to deal with it with the magician's most agree Quran book is magicians together, and they came to Nanda on the day of the festival. And they were now going to display show somebody reads that lesson. And you said, Has anyone else heard that? Yes, you all understood that? Yes, that will happen. May God festival day and I was going to come together. And then I have this, you know, challenge. I'm going to challenge.

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If you can talk about you can talk about it all day from the book reading from the book is going to be a bolding lesson for the children. If you can prepare it. You read that story over and over again. Okay, prepare to prepare ahead. You know, if you have to deliver it in your house, before you come to the kingdom on the weekend, deliver it to your children, if you have to pay some of the famous arrangers in the world, you know, they need to make themselves stand out with a delivery they delivered delivered. There has not allowed the law

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For the people who decide to or facial expression, they vote with the voice that the tone is the pace that you to add. And everything makes it so interesting. You're one person, one voice, but you make an interesting how to living, you do a demonstration

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for someone that you best stop the magicians in the entire greatest civilization on the earth, Egypt, the Coleman together

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as if this Moses Musa A shepherd from yesterday is going to get you to take on the grand magicians of Egypt. If you see that,

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that's just one sentence or two sentences are put together. But there's so much in that. That's the whole you know, it gives you that

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not only great vacations. Granted Jean is most of the shepherd. So there's already you know, a scene that you're you're interested in knowing what's going to happen. So here's the day when the festival Oh, yes, Eric, do you want the whole city thing and free one from young and old that come to watch this big show bigger today? Whoever wins is going to be

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crushing on the people to Egypt around him that he had Musa Heiser call uncertainty. So fear is hot. What's going to happen? So last Soulja

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game content is a tough one.

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When all of them present, Pharaoh, his old army, his soldiers, the general public, everyone was watching in the middle, a large circle and the magician's game with the sticks and the ropes. And he threw them to the ground. What did they see? They saw snakes

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credits they spreads small or modern around, and amazing presentation again. And most of us saw that he was struck with the fear. What do you do with asset do most

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people stop, just throw it onto the ground. And when he did that, his state became the greatest of all serpents in front of all of these different sticks and rolls that they have which they'd be reached the eyes of people really with the sticks, and just ropes. But in reality, Allah isn't just show them the real miracle when that rain seven came up, and when

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it sucked in all those rocks and sticks inside. And most of us can just say, if this style

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the magician is an ode to their own power one had been swallowed up by the speaker poses a pain to frustration. They sent the go to believe with a lot of Busan. How long?

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Have you

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heard the story so many times? You've heard that story? Why is it that you engage? Why is it that you want to deceive? There's so much in that in terms of the toe. When I stopped when I turned on my voice. Were creating tense moments where I raised the moment again, just to create that, that whole suspense what's going to happen that I want, you know, just to start that

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when I think that you can all see wow, that is such insight

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is only static. So this is your engage that the same thing you can read from ago President again, the same kind of breakdown the short demonstrations, if you prepare to lessons, and if you prepare for the store to the new lessons, you're gonna you're gonna have children at the end of the session saying miss me or Sir, please, you know, carry on, why are you stopping what you want to see again, they'll be looking forward to the next Sunday that they see you. Next one is to give practical examples. However, you can

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relate these things. I used to always ask students about what's going on in their schools. The things we learn all the time today. I've met you know, I've just been hearing in the last few months a lot of vaping vaping vaping. Right. And it's completely so is the latest thing now baby wasn't there in 2016 It wasn't there in 2012 It wasn't there in 2002 Okay, that time was different. I was vaping at the communicatie insanity

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by all the teacher coming in lesson of you're asking about that, you know what's happening in your school from you, somebody will say so, you know, in my, in my lesson a class in school as a percentage of students, they say what state I will know about. So they'll tell me Oh, yeah, they were out of the

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What they just told the shopkeeper just just send it to them. Okay, what happened to their head? Oh, they get this high, they get this bus focus on hoping to discuss something new. It's relevant. It's happening out there, then I'm going to tell about the harms and dangers don't tell them not to do I'll give them something to go over a book with, you know what I mean? So serve was rewrite that I shouldn't go down that pathway it's going to destroy. And then we've got AFN assessment and learning which we're going to talk about, which is the access to the lessons, quizzes, discussions, group activity workbook, use each PMR and project based work. Imagine that all of these have been put in

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your workbooks. Okay, please use the workbooks effectively, one of the questions that came to us is how do you check like the progress? Or how do you get the student to read the textbook at home, it's very simple. If you get them to, to complete the workbook material that we bought 100%, they have to read the entire chapter, there's no way you can answer those questions without reading the material. So you'll have the whole cover.

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So we'll just start with one of the questions that we've got, which is to start separate books from year two, how do we ensure normal gaps from year one? Now,

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your the way, the way that books have been designed is that they always give you an extra level of knowledge from something previously you've learned. And that's how we got them layer by layer, everything later keeps on adding on to what they've learned before. If you're starting to grow as a not completed your work, don't worry about it. Don't move at all, because everything's in year two, really is is the concrete base of the entire syllabus, you know, one just touches on certain elements, just getting them ready. It's like the new one, you're going to find things like names of Salah named of the five days that are all the most integrated candidates, you can just find things

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like you know, either the positions of Salah, like they say they up on the side, after you record the data, it's also good that those things are going to become you're getting into more extensively. So don't worry about everything in year one type of story, there's some basic story is that all stories will get covered in depth from year two onwards. Okay, so don't worry about that. But however, if you're starting there, four or five, then what can you do? How do you recap your 123 in altogether. So when we say Don't miss this,

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if you're starting in year three, or let's say a year four, and you've got three books now Hypericum, three books, we say,

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first, to look at books 123. And take out the essential parts of what's not to come later on. And what's going to be really important for them to cover. And a very basic one is just look at the elements of fifth, which is you find is the beginning of the book, if you look at the color scheme of the content space to clearly tell you the orange, which topics are to do fit or with Islamic jurisprudence has done all those elements in book one, two, and three to solve them

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collectively cover over, because that's the most important thing they will they will they will dissolve.

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In addition to that you can look at the article pass things have been with their beliefs, and you can cover that from both one two or three * the paths are marked in blue in the beginning of the content stage. Now once you've covered that the rest of the stories there are some things in there you can they can always catch up later on. And what you can do is you can cover well two three basic things the first couple of months, two months might take three months thereafter start at all of them on book for the whole class we'll move on we'll talk for the sake of valuable five or six summarize the new book six summarize and you're gonna have to summarize you know, many more weeks or

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months from books one to five, cover all essentials especially with fit either a few stories you want to cover them and Kamala covenant to but then you start the entire class at a certain stage with book five and then move them on from five to seven so

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there isn't much detail of sub complication or more or less at the end of the lesson can have good morals included doesn't look moral

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As other at the end of all the stories and you'll see that the end of fame or the end or even appeal that when you come into it that everything will be based on the Quran sunnah. And there's a lot to learn and take back from that. So whenever you see our mark in the lesson, you'll see that for

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chronic IO or heavy, a straight after that they'll be told in your life. In saying that very clearly, you can see like, for example, we have a high the creator of our store with that, and then straight after that, we'll be there. And we'll solve it or something Allah fashion, Allah created Allah fashion your face. Now, here's you, as a teacher, you know, everything is there. And most of the things you're going to get the knowledge from the textbook, you're going to have to look up the workbook and the teacher's guide, the number one place for you to go to the teacher's guide, please read that, look at the age look at the objectives because a lot of it will be there what what you

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should cover by the end of the lesson, the lesson will cover something simple on Fifth,

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let's say, let's say how they're going to do the salah. Okay, something to do with my B.

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Thermal was something that is an illusion, Dr. Fingers, you have the aims and objectives while delivering this lesson while working on students know, by the end of the lesson, if you read all of that from the teacher's guide, and then look at the work because what we've done is certain things to put in the workbook that prompt a lot more thought in the process of what they're thinking. So get hold of that. And then you'll see there's a lot more you can say, than what you see in the textbook. So you will always have something to say to the students. But to remember, when they've done something where they were you see nothing to do with morals, these children, the job has been

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done, if they're gonna go out day, and they're going to use the elements of what I'm about. That's the biggest part of the learning those sessions in the books.

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Training suggests less reading of the book in the class by the teacher, okay, I will recover this was the next one. So differentiation in class. So you've got low ability, or high, which now, again, you look at the world code to see if there's a standard level. And there's an advanced level, the question you gave give everybody the standard level, every student has to cover the standard questions in the world. Those questions are actually on an elementary basis, what you might call scaffolding and building them up, okay. But the higher deep end of the thinking process and getting them to think outside of the textbook comes when you do the advanced level. Okay? That's your

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Bloom's Taxonomy. That's your, when you look at your airfare, and you look at the basic is recording an understanding. So basic, is that oh, what happened here? How many were there? Who did this this is recording. And when you get to the higher level, which is discussing and justifying something, which is the higher ability of aerial and you look at our books, you look at that and thoughts that we will see that we're getting go now to think outside the box, think outside the book than the last one. And that's the real aim of learning. Have they taken that learning? And have they transformed their lives? Okay, so, in the lesson, if you're planning to give extra time for different concepts,

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you can prepare extra resources to challenge the heritability. So if you've got a class, if you have 10, or 20 students here, and I want to split them up, these eight are advanced. And these 12 are the standards. So you should plan your lessons in a way that when it comes to doing those group activities, the advanced session or the advanced subgroups, they can fit on an advanced lesson, just by your preparation, just by the question that you give them, it will give different questions to different tables for that type of discussion. And again, back to all of this in if you plan the lesson.

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Okay, so

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we've got exam papers that will be given at the end of the year they are all there or email with Bing Bing and a whole whole team out there. They get this question that question marketing prepared for now no preparation because question is every year we'll make a unique example that will come about in the meantime, about

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so so you can talk about that.

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our community so teachers guide, Book Seven, teachers guide seven is out. Teachers guide eight is in the process. The younger understand that there is a lot of effort to get to the level that you find teachers guide. So just to give you an idea, we don't just have one person writing this out. We have said

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More people, it has to go through several processes. It's even, even both to where we have Muslim teachers who are teaching in primary schools in secondary schools, who will go over that contract to contact, who will the content itself. And we suggest what actually to put in those books, okay. And it goes through many, many different revisions to get that done. So teachers guide, he is in the process of Inshallah, during this academic year sub points will be graded, what has to happen with the delay of that is the person with one major person who was behind 50 million people, but that made me personally happy. He was diagnosed with cancer. So we are lucky, we should find it's been

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quite quite difficult for him and the family. And that's satisfying, otherwise, I would have been helped by them. So we have to sort of find another avenue to get that done. With teachers who will be textbook nine, will always say it was a few years for the next next publication to come up at the moment seven is good enough for you to cover over two years, eight is enough for you to cover over two years. So you don't have to worry about that. However, the line will take another at least two or three years to get it out. The reason being is that we have just to give you an idea, that one textbook seven, although one textbook eight, that you see the research, the entity, illustration,

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the centrality, the format, the construction, the planning, the referencing, all of that to get done before printing, so we are going to print to the vocab is still now just to get into the PDF that will work, we're going to send it off to the printers cost us an estimated 90 to 100,000 hours to get that done. So there's a lot of work that happens. And it's done over about three years. So textbook nine will go to the same thing in Charlottesville, there's a lot coming in textbook nine that will be that I should call juicy. The whole thing about Bucha is that I'm sort of coming in there, though, I think we need a lot of what's going on in the current day, there's a lot of

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questions that I'm going to ask about how do we navigate through this, you know, what's being taught in the schools and so on. But all that, again, will come in textbook nine, we do a lot more with Sunni Shia differences and how to deal with those differences. And so on top of that, please bear with us at the moment, we've got enough content to cover right up to the end of year nine. All we're in year 10, you're trying to do yes, 702 years, 802 years, and you genuinely got to the end of the year tend to come further down the road also told me that you've got to come up with those that are still there that you hope to use whatever force they are, but at a senior level. So that's something

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we can factor in as well for the secondary students. So can I get a copy of the

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slide one, two, let

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me okay.

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so I shared mentioned just discussed about the Teacher's Guide page in the textbook nine. These were some of the other questions that you guys came in, except for tools. At the start. What I'd like to suggest also is that this is not just a one avenue to share questions, 111 got a very good relationship with Java binary shipped with one. If throughout the academic year, there were other questions that may arise, naturally, that might happen. We've got a whole team who provide that support to teachers. So please do speak to shepherd via Java nine, share across these questions, and we'll try our best to answer them in Sharla.

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So she has talked about the example it was, again, we'll make the example it was available for you, I believe you academic year starts in January, and then we'll share that across to you. So the example was come with Mark schemes, and some guidance as well. And the whole reason why he was known is to make life easier for teachers like yourself and across the world, because it's hard when you have got full time jobs and so many other commitments to them, like the paper etc. So when humans left the team to actually prepare that past papers, again, wouldn't be shared across so you can use it as part of your pathway or exams or just as extra revision to be in your classrooms or as

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homework, a question that was raised via the team 100. We love to pass papers and all of the stuff that we mentioned here, and we'll share it across whichever one will then cascade it to you guys will show the relevant manner, that revision guides. This is really important. We've actually spent quite a lot of money and time on a platform called the sufferer, teacher's toolbox and that toolbox.

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Ultimately, it's glad that you would expect in sort of mainstream schooling where teachers from across the world would go and upload their resources. And the more resources that we get uploaded on there, it just allows teachers from across the world to access, and it becomes a sort of continuous sort of charity. As you as teacher, that's wonderful. Julia are the teachers across the world who may also access our resources. So I would like to say, if teachers from you know, from this institute onefootball resources, please, please do so. We have a level of checking that we do before we approve the resources, while humbling that there are already so many resources available that you

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guys can access. So for example, you may be teaching in year three, the story of me most is, you can go on to that resource to works, as Jeff mentioned, about planning this type of movie most unless you find resources, activities, exercises that you can print off, download, and use in your lessons as extra activities for your students. So I'll share the link with Chapter One Sharla. And what please do access it, and a request, please also upload resources on very shallow journey for you guys. One of the questions was raised about training quizzes. So Hamdulillah, many of you guys have gone through our separate training platform. At the start, what I'd like to say is the platform is

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actually going through at the moment, what you're seeing is version one, you can see having a lot of Chef mentioned, we've invested a lot of time, effort and money into it, it's actually now being totally revamped to I would say a version three, which will have the whole suite of quizzes, timestamps assessments. So inshallah maybe spoken to the team before I actually go onto the train yesterday, I was hoping to have that available by mid November. So I believe your academic year starts in January, it will allow the teacher some time to go through some of them in bite size modules, with quizzes. And again, I will share all of this across to share remark,

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via the necessary methods in Java, training certificates will all be a part of that. And what's even amazing how many of you guys have got a law school and the local school, the head of your law school will have access that you can see which digital complete in which modules, who's clicked on how many videos and just as a way, because we within our academies, we have five academies, it is a challenge to get teachers to compete, it is naturally very busy. So this is a way just to motivate and a way to give some sort of oversight for the management to see who's completed which modules etc, in Sharla. And the best way that we found it a supply ship has been mentioned quite a lot is split up

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into small break, instead of saying, please go complete the whole training, take a module at a time or maybe even one video at a time. And give a three four week timeline, and then have like a discussion in the class or with the teachers and build up slowly. And it's not just one week, let's complete all the training. That's what we found that works well. And all the institute's like from a visitor, they are doing that madrasta That also works for Charles last advice for you. To add on to that

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is very advisable. Or maybe we've done this before Emile or someone who's floating while the teaching is going on. And he goes around, you don't even got a deputy. They go around, they see that training, the teachers have done that implementing it while the teaching because it's like when you learn how to drive, you can do the full driving book, you can go online and do the full driving course. Right? But once you sit in the driver's seat, and you're driving, you still need an instructor next to you for the next I don't know how many hours, right every week, you have another hour, hour, 14 minutes you can miss. He asked Oh, you forgot in the mirror, or you forgot to say no

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before to get this. So it takes time to manually so if you can have someone who's trained in this to go round rose who's better at it, to see the new members of staff adapting themselves. It'll be fantastic. That's what we do is

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fellowship. And so now these are some of the questions we've tried to address the majority of the questions. One central theme came out from the feedback. And I think first of all, I'd like to say the syllabus Review Committee and the sort of documents that you guys presented mashallah were very, very thorough, and it kind of just showed how much time and effort the team placed before choosing the syllabus. That document shared so many insightful feedback on one of the key feedback centers

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themes that I saw from there was student engagement, and different modes of assessment for learning, whether it be quizzes, whether it be interactive elements to keep the children engaged. And we were reading that, and I haven't been across the team. Just before COVID. Actually, we noticed that there are many more of our students accessing knowledge, sacred Islamic knowledge online, it's just the nature of the world, that we have access to devices, children in schools, receiving state of the art, resources and activities. And so we decided 100 Law, while some are really believe that teaching is done, from teacher to student, heart to heart, that's a key thing that she has an

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impressive was gone everywhere, when he does the training, what we realized, we also need an element of an online learning journey, blended learning received so many of the different types. So how many law this has been two and a half years, I think just before COVID in the making, please make up for the team that is behind it, there is so much work going on what we are hoping when you're new, as with everybody is to as we can have this launched end of October. So what I'd like to share with you guys, is some of the stuff that we have prepared as part of our online learning platform, which we have sort of titled The Independent to suffer called Journey to Jannah. And the reason for it is

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because whether you're using a software syllabus or not, this can be your sort of online learning companion for you to use not only in your classrooms, were also with your parents, your siblings, or in other sort of settings that you may have Inshallah, so here's my boy, I'm just gonna show you a few screens of how this looks. And hopefully the tech is working. Okay, a bit of a show Intel. But the reason for why they're showing this is two reasons. First reason is this, the feedback that we received from the students

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in the institute, hear that quizzes, online interactive, best is really needed 100. This is something that we've tried to work on. And secondly, it's a bit of an exclusive for you guys come to me law, you put so much effort into the syllabus review, that we wanted to show you this early doors, so that you guys can plan and get it ready inshallah for January when your new academic year begins. So firstly, I've kind of touched upon it already, which is, why do we need a digital platform. So I'm just sharing the bullet points here. One of the key things is it allows students master the topics. So teacher family law may deliver a wonderful lesson on a Sunday. But as we know,

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even as adults, we forget that next week or six weeks down the line, it's just human nature. So the way that we built the activities, the way that it's bite size, is to focus upon mastery over topic, which is really, really important. We've talked about engaging with your students to let our family law I'm sure everybody in this auditorium agrees that online learning is needed, and not just textbooks and workbooks and we want you for a blended sort of learning approach. Many teachers not only within this auditorium or people watching online, many macro teachers, school teachers, Melissa teachers find that students may go home and learn things in an incorrect way where parents Rachelle

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are really eager to work with the students to work with their children who don't have the necessary skills. Now this intelligence based assessment Academy will handle the law. That's why the whole platform was put together it can also work as a learning tool for parents and siblings who may not even attend the institute. Bite Size content with discourse, a child can learn at their own pace. Many times we see in certain classrooms, the class progresses, for certain students have got different learning styles, kinesthetic learners, all the visual learners etc. So this is another way to bridge that gap between the lower ability students and the higher mobility students because

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ultimately, we as teachers, we have a responsibility with our students to give them that knowledge at that age that will set them up for their life for future inshallah so that's another key reason why we needed this learning platform. And yes, it does complement the central syllabus. But as I mentioned at the start, those not using the separate syllabus can also utilize it and it's one of the reasons why we've branded it differently with Jeremy to Jana inshallah. So I'll just whisk through because I really want to show you the demonstration of it. Just by looking at this you can see that it's doing away there is to really capture your mind, diversity cost perhaps to make the

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students feel that they're on a journey from point A to sort of quality Inshallah, and I'll show you this as a day

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ministration Shala and beckoned activities. This I believe is one of the sort of key unique selling points if you want to call it where not only are the students accessing authentic traditional knowledge, what they've also got activities, and also quizzes and different forms of assessments to really help them. So it's not like an exam at the end of the year, which institutes across the world do, its kind of assessments that are built within in bite size mode. Again, I'll show you a demonstration of that in Sharla. I know this Institute have a different approach to sort of, you know, find out parameters, comma, but it will also contain a learn to meet series, so a clickable

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primer. So the students, parents alike, can hear correct pronunciations, and activities linked to the correct address, grammar, etc. Inshallah, this is a bit late in our development plan, maybe much more, that's one of the features of the platform. So please make up for that. And again, this will help those parents who may not have even accessed the sort of quality education when they were here in the UK, in the 80s 90s talking, so when the parents and their children could work together as well, inshallah. So now I'll just show you a practical demonstration of the platform, if you just give me a few seconds just to get this loaded up. And hopefully, you can appreciate the time effort

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that has gone into

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Can you see that?

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So this is kind of one of the cost parts of the journeys and look like, you can see automatically should capture a young mind with the way that the imagery and everything's laid out. And this is just screenshots that I'm sharing, but it takes them on a journey from part one, part two, and is replicating what's in the book. So as a teacher in this institute, you may be teaching the story of really Mozart, just a very short demonstration, I'll share some teaching will talk about the lesson objectives teacher will share with them can say take a step back and say, okay, students, we're going to spend two minutes on this for now we'll show you the online platform. This is still working

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progress, how the club is going to look. But now maybe Musa lesson for instance, teacher takes a step back and lets the students watch this on their smartphones or on your projectors. And I'm just going to play this for you hoping the audio and everything well, it's a three minute clip inshallah.

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Salam Alaikum. In this lesson, we are going to be listening to the story of The Beatles. It

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was long, long ago, in a country now notice.

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There was a king chord

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with the same thing as fair, as he was a very bad and evil person. He did not believe in a loss.

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And shocking, he

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was called, he wanted everyone to worship and glorify him. And he would punish the people that didn't notice. How could you ally and say that he was good, what are you know, there was only one book, Allah Subhana Allah.

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So Philips within the Bite Size videos, and we've done this a lot for many times, we do training, professional training, structured training, where we start the video, and we skip all the way to the end, just so that we get the tick mark that is completed. So we've put in inbuilt activities as a timestamp, where now students not only can replay and walk off the interest, they are either have to go to the board and complete it or at home or less they do do this section, they can go on to the next video. It is a learning technique using online learning that we've adopted. And if you can see on the screen, there are three standard timestamps in this in this video that requires manual

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intervention. So you can't just play along at all times through and think it's done. And then it takes your answers and you get coins linked to it like a sort of gamification process as we mentioned that word with Yes.

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He didn't know the meaning of history. So if asked his sons

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they told him that assuming

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for a while and putting an end to his evil kingdom, hearing this, he became furious. What it is

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And then to get rid of all the baby boys Egypt, in a strange twist of fate, Marseille salon was to be born at this troubling time. His mother did not want her baby boy to be gotten rid of lifer and men, and it was extremely worried such a loss pay more to our student guiding her. She was to put baby more sighs and last and then less boskie did to learn alive. What do you mean by happened to help this baby Lebowski floating down the river?

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Again, you can see that it's linked so that a student has to go to the screen and say you click on the wrong what

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the teacher told them

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that's the last time

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protected. So baby more serious. trouble down the noise safety right into your arms. Why are still floating in the river. Now she wasn't good and kind and pleaded with her to like to keep the baby as son. Do you think he agreed?

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He did. So via I turn mirror from the laws of Panama to Allah pay people salaries that was say, not only what's he doing, he grew up a friend of ours politics, not very common. That just reminded his phones to get rid of all that a voice was now helping to raise him

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what he lists, most I raise alarms Adventures Continue in part two.

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So what you've seen there is one of the lessons from textbook law that has been

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animated, audio scripted, edited, the so much that has gone on behind every single lesson in our primary syllabus will have that animated video of in bite sized versions. So what I will show you next in sha Allah is the quizzes. So this was one of the feedbacks that was raised from this institute about how can we have more quizzes in lessons and ways to engage in learners, many of you, I'm sure will have heard of a platform, I think called kkaazoot. We've tried to apply a very similar approach to Kahoot. But it's all custom built from our own technician inshallah. So this is a quiz and what amounts to three stops, you have questions, whoever responds the quickest, say, I could put

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this now will be love, it will tell you that you lost your street like Inca who were the more streets you have the higher points and scores you get.

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And then you move on to the next question.

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etc. So this can be done either in class as a group exercise, or teachers can actually tell students please go home attempt the quiz and teacher will have access to see which students are competent results will only showcase the top for students because we know we have our own Institute's it's never nice to actually share that a student is at the bottom of the league. So there's so much for that has been put into every single angle so that it is accessible for teachers in class will also accessible for students at home Inshallah, and as you have noticed, you get points and coins, which all adult to, which I hopefully like to show you is this where it's a whole avatar system. So we

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know that our children accessing all of these games and so many things were get so many coins build another top, this is still development in process, but they'll be things like they would their coins, they can buy a lot of sites with their coins that combine Islamic books with their coins, they can buy a nice one, but we spoke to them what they choose their coins on. And as a teacher, you can see how your student has built their avatar. And it's just a way to keep them really motivated, engaged. Gamification is a big terminology used in the online learning sort of platform.

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I'll just have a look to see if there's anything else that I've missed. Okay, so I showed you I mean, most are Islam, which is a story. And that is quite easy, you could say to see as an animated video, but how can we deliver thick which is sometimes seen as like a dry content in an online bite sized version. So this I believe is from textbook five types of rulings. So I'll just showcase you this for two minutes. And then we'll just wrap up in our lecture talking more about the final part of this training session, shall

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morning. In this lesson, we are going to be covering all components. By the end of this lesson, you should be able to explain why actions are divided into seven types of formulas, each of the seven types, and the result was a huge warning.

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It's not it's not only religion, particularly key external of life, to look for a tsunami of visible markings or sudden a loss you have the audit tool plus after the audit lives, he tells us how we should or should not act was almost impossible for all

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It's going to be in the afterlife to attain Jana for deeds as instructed to us by almost $100 and the prophets of Allah Almighty will send them to make it easier for us to understand which actions are more important than others. Scholars have divided actions into seven types. Knowing these help us to know what actions we have to do, and what actions we must stay away from is also explained things that made you and things that are best avoided. The seven types of moaning all one wanted

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to have

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So you can see here that there's a question that makes them think even before they've studied this topic, so again, I've chosen the wrong answer. Well, in terms of what how you should look at the how we should understand that question. And this is inbuilt activities across every single bite size video. The first time volley is something which means it must be done. If not action is a commodity, the loss of habitat is usually found on the Sunnah of the prophets of Allah at your center.

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For actions or motto, your whole the foundation

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for a person must believe in the key example more of our actions on the five pillars of Islam piece each label under the correct corresponding image

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we can move on

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so you've read twice, and it gives you which ones you've got right? Whether you received any points or coins, and which ones you got wrong. So you can read try and you know, try again.

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come second, but like for a person should never miss out on Virgin action. For example, we could find that his wedding, phone and magic actions cause the most moments as they are the most important. So missing them intentionally is considered sinful.

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So that was just a quick demonstration of how the fake lessons can be done in an engaging interactive way. But not something that is drama, you just seen bullet points and font is best and why do you think is best etc. There is a need for certain times bullet points. But we felt that to teach fifth, we have to bring it in a way that the students don't just get used to sort of part of actually again, remembering these bullet points, but not understanding the reasons for why it is and further thinking in Sharla. So ultimately, this was just a very short sort of demonstration for you guys. There's so much more as part of the platform, I'm not sure case have a class is set where

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teachers can see it, where teachers can see how their students are progressing a leaderboard, that's what's been working progress. Well, this is the dashboard that I wanted to show you. So each student if the institute decides that you want to purchase this for every one of your students, which will then have their own access, and we recommend this so each student has their own learning journey. They can work at our home, if an institute wants to only use it in their classrooms. Again, that's also fine. The key thing that we thought when we're building this platform is it's not built to replace the teacher. Rather, it's used to compliment and support the teacher. So that's why we

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really would like it to be utilized in classrooms. We'll also add home for that thing that I mentioned about math

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stream a topic so that they can work with their siblings, etc. So this is a homepage, the dashboard, you call it, and you can see a notification they may get from their teachers, how many coins they learned, and where they started last, which will, of course in the site look to badges that they've achieved as part of the gamification strategy. One thing I want to show to you this is the practice tracker. So not the teachers know, listen, teachers across the world have this concern? Are our children reading the Quran at home? Are they accessing the books that we have given them at all, and there may be a need for sort of individual dilutes the current parents after purchase, but what we

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have done disability within the system, so hoping that it loads up, let's get started.

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Practice soccer. So this is what I want to.

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Do you want to update your facts? How much of the Quran Have you read how much of your textbook Have you actually read a whole, you for five minutes carries the dates on them. There's a hadith there for encouragement, and naturally love your practice. And what that does is when that teacher comes into their madrasa on a Sunday, they can see students have done how many hours of practice without having to ask them open conversations, how many of them yesterday, because sometimes students don't like being called out in front of other students we know is not the best way to sometimes get information. So this is like a remote central log that the teacher can have. But also, I go back to

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what Shannon mentioned at the start those actions most beloved to Allah is the ones that are done continuously, even if they are small. And that's one of the thought processes that has gone behind this platform. So with that said, it was a very quick sort of overview. And I apologize for not giving it justice, the team behind it has worked incredibly hard for probably three plus years. Please make two hours, once we launch it, there may be little bugs. And we will be working at a bar and really hope that you guys can crystal can

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promote this utilize it not only within your institutes, but in parents alike. Inshallah, I'll hand over to share to discuss the last few points. Another theme that came up in the questions that were raised from you guys, if there are any other questions that have been raised within your breakout sessions as part of this insert, and there'll be hopefully opportunities for you to address them. So I'm gonna share

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okay, so we've got to watch

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in 2017. Now what happens when you have to be forced to finish

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at four o'clock today.

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So I'm going to quickly go over the next couple of slides and allow some to any further q&a that you've got. So what you see on the actual board is an arm of the Quran

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has told us that this is what was to last for the last two days as a whole,

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as a whole, for the Sahel of the Bahamas are dying. I know there are many things in there, as well as philosophy reciting the verses that were that came on to him to the to the students as the hub of the Obama, right. I want you guys concerned, please, I want you to highly encourage the students to do their learning of learning to practice is just

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to learn that because it will depend in many, many different ways. Just recite so much apart, it gives them so much. You know, somebody could be

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it, it develops it, it makes you someone who connects a lot very closely. Why? Because you repeat his words exactly the way he said it. So when you say the assay on Hacker News, you're actually repeating the exact thing the laws of that said and that is your law. connection allows you to potentially do the deeds it makes you stronger. Yes, we shouldn't have our students learn the meaning of the Quran I 100% of revenue, but let's not in the process, not get them to go over at least the number the actual recitation of the Quran how it's a must. I wouldn't be doing this for all 14 numbers, both number years is a part of us and it develops students as as as people the

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something that has done our thing by making educated psychology which is that there is in certain cultures and

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Oral tradition is oral tradition is passed down. And what it does is it brings in this will be old tradition. So expand that the teacher went through Japanese culture, Japanese oral tradition, they have a long set of liturgies that they have to memorize, they have to repeat just have the teachers learn the teacher teaches them is a very old system. What it does is it improves your memory skills improves their ability to retain information and it obviously increases the capacity to keep a lot more as a manual. Anyhow it brief inside the discipline it forms the character skills in a certain way when we start to add on Musa Quran is a lot in there in Arabic for you to hold your breath. When

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you to say

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La otter hora

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de Selita to me, for you to raise your voice for you to say the full verse for you to say the correct pronunciation Arabic every single letter for you to learn them, they should belong for you to make a short version to show for you to do that it's an art. It's an art in itself and not create a discipline in the children that go through this. And it transforms them It transforms for them as Muslims, this is our big identity. Yes, we should pay Mao understandable and what happened on that, but was was was not adversities that he resigned to those lessons. And he made the Sahaba recycles verses back to him as well. This is a tradition from from Allah to degree dependence on Manasa. One

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source is with the Sahaba Sahaba Italian generation to do so today, we should not have students who are who grow who don't know how to recite the Quran in Arabic. So that's something you should like that. I'm sure some of your students already know the place to do that. So the online initialized Academy, you can think about how to be much better, but I'll leave you with that. So now a couple of things, what resource allows us to do is that is only even then is allowed to detect the person is giving them a reading of the book when you're adding people who work it out, okay, which will come later. But just here you can see what exactly the Promise of Allah has been used to purify them. As

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a teacher. If your level of practicing Islam is high, your students will do exactly the same thing. If your step if your level of practicing Islam low is students attending just as much work you are the story a true story in Egypt. Because the President came the man said not internalize my child getting to have less sweets, they have to get to the Sweet. So the downside come back next week.

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as an exam, anytime a child needs to have less leads, they want to come back next week again, the person came back next week, that is not going to pass the child to stop having heaps of sweets, the macula keep about three weeks or four weeks after that. Finally they turn to the child and said, if you please cut down your sweets, and the child actually listened. Now, father was a bit confused. The father said why don't we do that the first thing we'll

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bring you back to be completely upset because I had a problem with my own sugar levels. Right? I was I was addicted to sugar, so has

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to rise to this job not to have gotten sweets when I am addicted to sugar. So I have lessened as in the last few minutes. As I said to John to see how we shall implement that resulted Yes. But that's that's basically when you practice what you preach or what you teach your students will do automatically when you don't have a friend they will only go about demo only will come to the level where you're at an international law some people some people go beyond that, but as a teacher, you know to have a teacher to show if you don't have a practice in our lives. So the final two things.

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Okay, so do do understand that that connection you have with our students. One of the main things you can see on the board that is about soft bound, which is our companionship, the Sahaba will Sahaba because

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they were companions of a

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safe mode in their lives. Of course it was was wasn't but they're happy to be there to see they heard him

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They watched him, they observed him, they lived with him. They stood buildings, they went out with him. They saw him in the masjid. They saw him outside the walk into the marketplace. So So focus was companionship. We, as teachers should not just see Sunday morning, we'll see you Monday, Friday, those who work, that's it job done.

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We need to live, and they need to live with us in the public sphere. When they do that they see us practicing Islam. Gospel doesn't think before, for example, very briefly, some are patients, you can teach a whole thing on sabbatical. But to practice somebody takes a lifetime, when they will practice somebody, when you have a problem in your life, when a problem has occurred. And a student comes up to you, and the student says, teacher, you know, what do I do? And you say, well, let's go over this again, this is where you need to be able to solve the problem, then you need to have patience. That's what was was going on to the to the sahaba. He was live examples, things have gone

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wrong. And

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Allah depends on this is where you now practice what you've learned. So this is real, real them.

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Because most of us didn't teach them the meaning of the book. He told them what the book is saying is this has to be something I'm going to ask you teach it is this workbook. How many of you have in your life? At least once gone? Through the entire I mean, in English, or in any other language to understand it? How many

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wants to like, cover together? You don't please raise your hands? Ha, ha,

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ha. available? There's there's six people, seven people out of

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45 lies.

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That's the reality. There are 50 people in here. That's the reality. I mean, do you work for English, you've got translation, you got to see the soul. They're all over the map if you do better online, if I haven't gone through the Quran, once in my life, a lot better understand. What do I say to Allah today? On an assessment, he asked me, I think to the book, can you actually understand let me go through some domestic delegates. Did you understand what I was telling you? I mean, what will happen to me what will happen to you when that question is posed to us? For my own good sake, should I not go through the contents of the Quran once in a lifetime. But you could do all the three years

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if you just do a page a day or something of some sort for it to study the book. Anyway. The final thing that puzzles will give massive trouble hypnotic is done with tea to act upon the knowledge that you have, how much to act upon it, when to stop, when not to act upon it. This is all hikmah is all wisdom, when to apply what you know, is wisdom. An example of that is this what was the one who said mantra, I encourage you to be for those of you see that evil, you should stop with your hands. But they still if you can't do something with your tongue, and continue in Haiti with your heart. Now, when do you stop your hand? Who should do that? When we stopped with your tongue? When when you

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shouldn't speak out against injustice? Why don't you just take it from your heart? This is wisdom. So the last section about religious practitioners wisdom, and we need to have that in place. So anyway, we're going to move very quickly now just bang on.

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Are there any further questions you have, from the from the the latest version of the video that you did any last questions?

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over coffee, so I was actually thinking we've not even got down to working out the cost. We've spent so much on the platform over three years, what kind of toys because several 100 of a not for profit organization. Everything that we do is we invested back into creating further resources. So a few years ago, we launched one unschoolers app, which cost in excess of 70 to 80,000 pounds. This one has exceeded that, by far greater because every single lesson, I believe we've got 148 lessons have been animated, edited audio. So we're kind of internally having a discussion about how can we price it in a way that is accessible, we're also in a way that we can also continue to create further

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resources. So unfortunately, we don't have the answer because we're toys within our team shape and affection a bit more if I missed anything. Bowie one of the things that someone does is we want to be affordable and we will be affordable and accessible inshallah

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On every institute impairment, the key thing I mentioned here, that we are not for profit organization. So even like family law, this academy is going to use a separate syllabus that not only is seen as a cost of the syllabus, it's actually a southern Nigeria for your because the investment that you make into the syllabus allows us to create Furthermore, resources, which we hope that you know, the system have a life that you guys are rewarded abundantly for that the cost, we haven't nailed down. But we're hoping that it's going to be at very minimal costs either for the institute, often apparent when we go down a subscription model of a couple of times a month, we

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still don't know, there's so much work that we're doing in the background. But that was really one question. The books talking about the some of the people have told us that if you wanted to, we could have sold these books for 20 pounds,

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or 50 pounds? We didn't I made the very clear thing that we want every family, every child, every background to be able to afford these books, that has always been our way. Yes, there are costs in getting the material that is available. And whatever we get from those costs, goes back into further development. And inshallah that's why we broke up because each one so anyway, the first question that

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came in questions from our workshops, use the workbooks and questions, our standard forms questions. Do the exam papers reflect this law? They're separate for the exam? Because a mixture of standard and false or do there is a separate page of the standard for advancing students? How are they mixed together in one paper that the whole class will get? However, the question is, you start off with a standard, and then they need to come to that advice. But the marking scheme is such that you clearly understand that if a student gets X amount, under from an advanced level, then there is Mark from a standard level they should get

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from this, this mark dilemma. So it's all explained in there. But once they get the paper, it will be one paper per class, every single thought will stand apart. And then we'll move on to the most advanced questions that appear that are less than the standard questions that

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someone will decide

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what we do get to the next question, something that I missed out, Michelle mentioned, textbook seven, a textbook eight, there is enough content that is so in depth of content that we've covered over two academic years. And we would actually recommend this because you can whizzed through the bulk when you come in at a very surface level. And this is a question that came through as well, from the asserting that you guys share the outputs of. And so what we will suggest you do, there's two different approaches, you can either take for your your seven plus two cover half of the book in the first academic year, we're doing unit by unit. So maybe cover from Unit One to unit three,

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that's one approach you can take, the approach that we would recommend is you take half of each unit, and you cover that in your one, and then the next half in your eighth. And then we've got resources that we can share with the team where you know which units to cover in year seven, and which units to cover in year eight is the first two units. We recommend that study in the first year of that essential knowledge. So that we recommend you cover that in that first year. That was a question that was raised. So that's the same for textbooks seven, and for textbook eight. I should mention 100 law for teachers got a teacher's guide seven is available. And you'll notice on the

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teacher's guide first seven, it's a whole different layout and an approach to teachers guides want to six because naturally students who are in primary school they have a different style of teaching to solve in the secondary opera school which you guys have split. So in the secondary segment, there are so many more discussions and conversations and groove works you'll notice that when you look at the teacher's guide in Sharla and in the absence of teachers guides eight you can take so much inspiration from teachers guide seven it will help you I know that we don't have teachers guide eight yet but you can take that inspiration and that approach from teachers guide seven and we also

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have a another implementation

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Guide for teachers guide eight, which will share so whoever is teaching textbook a if that is a book that you guys are going to use in this academy. Yes, we know teachers guide eight isn't that what there is plenty of other resources to help you plan your lessons in Sharla is something that I'm externally don't just saw che just just on another time. And

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the reason why he's in seventh and eighth life and is because across the country, we've got a lot of students that need, unfortunately, but they need to

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level 12 They've done it the Nike leader the motto is very unfortunate thing because they learn how to build the parameters for advanced copy of the data, and they never return back to the mother second

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answer can we change that because we make students read the Quran several times at home. So there's no such congratulations. And the next thing is that want to complete the task. So what we're going to do is we're going to split the input these books, 789, whatever, into exactly yours, that can be covered for now, two books out there, because if students are leaving, those teachers can cover up whichever contents they deem necessary. And then the students obviously, the question is,

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can we make voluntary contributions towards this project? So that is your challenge. All of us here, I don't want this. Okay. So later on, I can probably share the we do have a whole dimensions of the section. When we signed up for the project, we took a peek around the country, we didn't ask for the beautiful donations. We're looking to Bristol, I remember

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setting up the US Congress is much much better because we were two forms from different different parts of the country. He was given regular contributions and donations of hundreds that were really, really fun. All the donors out there without their help is good enough.

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And yes, we'll share that everybody wants to still carry on these days, what would you take to take less donations, his donors are welcome. But whatever monies we've actually removed from selling the material to the boy's body back into recreate?

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There was one question that I've set the bar mentioned, which was about teachers guides in editable format. And so if you look at each Teacher's Guide, in the back, there is a blank teacher's lesson plan that any teacher can use to help them plan their lessons. And I mentioned earlier how we have been read teachers toolbox. So on the actual toolbox itself, there is a teacher's guide that is editable, so each individual teacher can customize their lesson plan according to what they're delivering. And in the longest sort of roadmap of suffer, as you may appreciate, we have so many ideas and so many things that we have the value to implement, because our team is small, and because

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of certain focuses that we've got our textbook man, etc. We sometimes can't implement everything, as it happens. In the long term. We are hoping to have editable online teachers guides as a digital version that teachers can sort of access and utilize. But in the absence of that, as I mentioned, there is blank Teacher's Guide at the back of each Teacher's Guide, and also lesson plans on the online portal. I'll just quickly demonstrate it if I can Charla it'd be good to showcase.

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Okay, that's fine. So I'm sharing with share with one that we've got a teacher to works with. So you literally can go in there and type in whatever lesson you're delivering next Sunday, just want some inspiration, and it will just pop off. But I do have to add that caveat that the more we get offloads from external Institute's the greater the humbler from our academies, we've got dozens, if not 1000s of resources on there for you shall be wanting to be in the hundreds of 1000s so that teachers across the world can access it in sha one. So with that said, thank you so much to the committee, the organizing team who have invited us

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it's been wonderful, it was classed as a training day. Ultimately, there's so much to do, we can never cover absolutely everything. The online training portal is probably your first access point. And please do go over them in detail any questions you may have, please let us know our team will be able to support you wherever we can. Inshallah, thank you so much, Mr. Chair to say final few years ago, and we cannot and shall

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allows a successful day for us.

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All of us

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Okay, so

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that was the bottom

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all over Austin to guide us to our eyes and projectors. And he was supposed to give us full understanding of the

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first instrument and allow us to do that into the lives of others, for us to give Dawa and for us to become diamonds and mostly cool to feel needed for us to become exemplars as well, for you to be happy, those of us to be happy with your first to give us the best month it's

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sort of

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incumbent on us

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to talk

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to share knowledge and

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being mashallah a lot of knowledge have been shared with each other. Hopefully it will share some links with the videos that have been recorded today inshallah with the rest of the start from the first offense is going to be to get more information nationwide.

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So we really appreciate your attendance and discipline.

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From Greenbank, I

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really appreciate that

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we have now finished with the workshop as I did the presentation and workshops over we will be setting up for lunch now Java, so the province it came the province can remain in this theater when inshallah that will be brought over here for the brothers, the sisters inshallah you can kind of make your way over to the Meeting Center.

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