The 2018 Teachers’ Networking Event was a great success. Here are some images from the event.
The 2016 Teachers’ Networking Event was a great success. Here are some images from the event.
The MTA featured in the following AMUST article dated 03 Dec 2015: A highly inspiring and motivating forum to bring together educators was held at the Emporium Lounge in Bankstown on Saturday the 7th of November by the Muslim Teachers Association (MTA). The MTA is a not-for profit organisation that is run by teachers […]
Writer: Najla Ismail Exploring the needs of Muslim students on a theoretical level continues with ink on paper. It is the practical application and teacher implementation of Islamic pedagogy within the classroom that remains to be most effective and immediate. Muslim teachers are at the core of delivering quality education to Muslim students. Tailoring programs […]
Writers: QLM Research Team Improving student learning requires a constant revision and close scrutiny of the education process and system. Actions aimed to improve education are taken by people at different levels? parents, teachers and their school, education researchers, professional institutions and governments. The classroom practices of teachers are instructed by policies that reflect community […]