AMS Conference 2016 Survey
AMS would like to thank all those who participated in our conference survey.
Here are the summarised results.
|What is your role at school?|
|Board of Governors (A3)||2||3.13%|
|Rate the Quality of Presentations|
|Relevant, inspiring, informative|
|I think all the presentations were excellent and relevant. Enjoyed them all thoroughly.|
|all our guest speakers were on point...MashaAllah|
|I felt that presentations where abit short and rushed through|
|Too many times and years- we saying…|
Teaching in an Islamic school: A Non Muslim's Perspective
Teaching in an Islamic school
This is an edited version of an article that was originally printed in the October 2010 print edition of Teacher.
Coming from a non-Islamic background, Andrew Turcinovich was a little apprehensive when he got a teaching job in an Islamic school. Here, he explains why he needn’t have been worried.
I’m no expert or scholar in cultural and religious matters; neither am I a Muslim, but I do teach in an Islamic school, where I work with extremely generous and kind-hearted staff and students, so it baffles me when I hear anti-Muslim sentiments being expressed.
How Islamic inventors changed the world
From coffee to cheques and the three-course meal, the Muslim world has given us many innovations that we take for granted in daily life. As a new exhibition opens, Paul Vallely nominates 20 of the most influential- and identifies the men of genius behind them
1 The story goes that an Arab named Khalid was tending his goats in the Kaffa region of southern Ethiopia, when he noticed his animals became livelier after eating a certain berry. He boiled the berries to make the first coffee. Certainly the first record of the drink is of beans exported from Ethiopia to…