After sincerity, time management is the most important tool a teacher needs to thrive, our guest today is an expert and he’s showing us the best time management practices we can use as Muslim teachers to save time and energy while reaping the barakah.
Teaching is a calling they say. I believe it too. As a Muslim teacher or homeschooler, this is a job Allah selected for you. But
Hajj activities, lessons, and ideas that will leave you inspired & energized even if you don’t teach Islamic studies or have little time to plan.
#014: The Power of Self-Reflection: How to use it to be a more passionate & impactful Muslim teacher
Self-Reflection for Muslim teachers is a powerful tool for spiritual and professional development. In this episode, I’ll show you what questions you should be asking yourself so that you start teaching with the right mindset.
What does social justice, education equity, privilege have to do with students and parent engagement? Listen and find out!
Listen in to learn the key differences between Muslim schools and Islamic schools and how you as an educator can play your part to provide an Islamically transformative education to your students.
If you’re not having fun teaching, or you’re finding yourself more stressed and frustrated after class than you’d like, or you’re spending way too much
Learn 3 hacks to help you save more energy, so that you can make more use of it at night when you most need it.
It’s not too late to incorporate Ramadan lessons in your teaching. In today’s episode, I’m walking you through 10 teaching ideas and activities to make
Yawa Baig is on the show today to talk to us about leadership and the values Muslim educators should have and nurture.