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The Social Justice Education Network is a collaborative multi-media platform for speakers, educators, and bloggers to transform businesses, agencies, and individuals in the field of diversity and inclusion through education and engagement through accessible media, workshops, and speaking engagements. This podcast is trying to educate the world in an accessible way on the hardest topics out there. Tune in every week for a new podcast!
 
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As a Muslim teacher or homeschooler you need time management. You need Islamic time management and that’s what we’re talking about in this week’s episode. Time management is not about finding extra hours in the day, to get more work done. It’s about choosing what to focus on, and using the time you have efficiently. It’s really more about habits, m…
 
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 the question is, what are you doing with that calling? How are you showing up to do the job Allah honoured you with? More importantly, are you teaching for impact? Are you aiming for a transformation and long lasting chan…
 
Sr. Jameela Ho, of Ilma Education, is on the show to give us some great ideas and simple hajj activities and lessons we can do with children to familiarize them with this great act of worship. I’m so happy to have her on today because not only is she an exert on early years education, but she’s written and created tons of educational resources that…
 
On this week’s podcast episode, I’m challenging you to be a more vulnerable teacher. I want you to take this time of the year to reflect over the past academic year. In this episode, I’m going to show you how and why you should make self-reflection a regular practice as a Muslim teacher. Being a Muslim educator means that your Islam guides how you …
 
“The role of the Muslim Educator is not only to be an Mu’allim, but to be a Murabbi” Syed Hussain Nasser In today’s episode, I have Dr. Nadeem Memon joining us to talk to about some of the awesome work he’s doing in the field of teacher education and Islamic pedagogy. Dr. Nadeem is the Director of Islamic Education and a senior lecture at the Unive…
 
What’s the difference between a Muslim school and an Islamic School? That’s what we’re getting into on today’s episode. The term “Islamic school” is normally used to describe private schools that serve Muslim children. However most of these schools are more accurately classified as “Muslims schools”. Dr. Nadeem Memon defines Islamic schools as “ins…
 
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 time (or too little) on one unit, then I’m going to take a wild guess and say you’re not lesson planning…. effectively. I know the days I go into class with no lesson plan or a vague outline of what…
 
We’re in the last stretch of Ramadan, and the best part of it. How you finish this month is more important than how you started! This is where you switch gears and fasten up, because the long nights ahead is where you will prove ourselves to Allah that you are in need and deserving of His mercy and blessings. Ramadan is not over. It can still be yo…
 
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 this Ramadan a transformative learning experience for your students. Tune in and download your freebie here. If you really want to help your students develop a strong connection with the month of Ra…
 
Assalaamu ‘alaykum MCEP listeners One of the greatest advantages of having this podcast is that I get to interview and bring to you, so many different Muslims of different experiences, expertise, and more importantly perspectives. Shaykh Yawar Baig comes with all three. A scholar, an international motivational speaker, an educator, and an entrepren…
 
Bilal Philips is with us again for another productive episode! In this session, we bring you a mini-workshop on how you can Islamize virtually any lesson plan or topic using 5 principles. In the last episode, session 006, Shaykh Bilal Philips outlined for us what some of our goals and objectives for education and schooling should be as Muslims. We …
 
Dr. Bilal Philips Podcast I am so honored to have Dr. Bilal Philips on today’s show. If you’re familiar with Shaykh Bilal, then you already know that he is in no need of an introduction! A world-renowned Islamic scholar, educator, speaker, author, and philanthropist; Shaykh Bilal Philips has been actively involved in educating the Muslim ummah for …
 
A Marketplace for Muslim Teachers to buy, sell, and share resources and lesson plans is finally here! Assalaamu ‘alaykum fellow educators, I am super stoked to introduce the MakkahCentric Education marketplace to you all! What was only an idea 10 months ago, has now become a reality by the grace and bounty of Allaah. The marketplace is the first st…
 
Sometimes you start off your educational journey not knowing what you want to study but knowing well that you want to impact people. How many of us study one thing in university only to find our calling in a completely different field all together? My friend Sirad Shirdon is an example of that. Allah chooses everyone for certain tasks, and He has g…
 
Some people choose teaching because of the lifestyle it accommodates and some people are chosen for the big picture it facilitates. Sanaa Izreig and Habib are fine examples of beautiful souls chosen to do the blessed work of educating. Sanaa and Habib are the power couple behind myDeen Magazine; a monthly magazine, developed under the guidelines of…
 
Abu Ruzayn (may Allah be pleased with him) narrated that the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) said: “The example of a believer is like a bee which does not eat but good and does not produce but good.” [Sahih Ibn Hibban, 1/274, No. (246) and Al Jami` As-Saghir and its addition, 1/ 1079, No. (10786). The Hadith was graded as authentic by Sheikh…
 
Welcome to the MakkahCentric Education Podcast. I appreciate you stoping by and listening to the first episode of the show. Let me introduce myself, the person behind the mic. I am Zahra Osman, educator, mom, and social entrepreneur. I have a vision for uplifting our cause as an ummah and I’m convinced education is the key. I don’t have all the ans…
 
Join us as we sit down with Orlando Rodriguez to discuss his role in the documentary In our Son's Name and a conversation about faith, tragedy, humanity, and life after the death of a child.In Our Son's Name follows Phyllis and Orlando Rodriguez over more than a decade as they struggle with grief and search for meaning after their son, Greg, is kil…
 
Join us for a special interview with Precious Brady-Davis! You may recognize her from her work at Columbia College Chicago, from her work with Miley Cyrus, and Lady Gaga, or her appearance as the first Trans person on Say Yes to the Dress. We recognize her as one of the foremost Social Justice educators and as a dear friend. Listen in to hear about…
 
Join us for this month's series on broken systems and the people dedicated to fixing them!This week's installment features special guest Jasmine Harris, MPH., CHES., on the Criminal Justice System.Join in on the conversation and learn how you can help educate the world!Social Justice Education Network による
 
Join us for this month's series on broken systems and the people dedicated to fixing them!We kick off our first episode with Angela Felton-Coleman, MSN, APRN, for a conversation on HIV, AIDS, and the healthcare system.Join in on the conversation and learn how you can help educate the world!Social Justice Education Network による
 
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