aLIVE – Learning Islamic Values Everyday
The aLIVE programme aims to develop a soleh child who is nurtured with taqwa and good akhlak, knowledgeable in Islam and practices what he learns. One that also shows care and concern towards others; his family, teachers and peers.
Our Mosque Madrasah provides the aLIVE programme for young Muslims aged 5-20 years old.
Designed specifically to be appealing, developmentally-appropriate and relevant to kids, tweens, teens and youths, the aLIVE programmes aim to inspire students to continue Learning Islamic Values Everyday.
The aLIVE programmes adopt a thematic approach to learning. Different themes appropriate to the different levels are being developed and delivered. The subjects on Aqidah and Fiqh are presented as “Faith & Practices”, Akhlaq as “Character & Life Skills”, Sirah and Tarikh as “Social & Civilisational Islam” while Iqra’ & Quran Reading under “Quranic Literacy”
Depending on the age, the programmes, the modules and topics, the four areas may be given different emphasis. For example, more emphasis are given on Quranic Literacy in the Kids & Tweens aLIVE programmes.
CORE VALUES AND PRINCIPLES OF aLIVE
The aLIVE programmes seek to inculcate values, through modeling so children can see them being practiced. Teachers will also facilitate these values by providing opportunities for the children to personally engage in the moral process. This is the intuitive instructional model proposed by the Quran and followed by the earlier generations of Muslim scholars.
Our teachers are especially trained to deliver content effectively through activities and lectures that can connect the learning in class to the real lives of our students.Teachers are also qualified, many of which are graduates of established learning institutions such as Al-Azhar University and International Islamic University Malaysia. They are also required to attend regular training organised by Muis.
Students are assessed via a multiple assessment approach - encompassing different elements a child may experience both in and out of class thus reflecting his/her abilities and knowledge more accurately. Approaches include: organisation of materials, consideration of alternatives, quality of content and process, elaborated communication, connections to society and the world, audience, and beyond the classroom.
Last update on : 11/12/2013