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No. We do offer the baseline modules (muqaddimah series) which are open to any adult learners who are interested to learn more about foundation knowledge of Islam.
The programme is targeted for those above 21 years old. Nonetheless, anyone who is slightly below and above the targeted age group and is keen to attend the programme is more than welcomed to do so.
This programme is designed for any adult learners who have no knowledge on Islam and for those who already have basic knowledge on Islam, and wish to revisit and to learn more on Islam.
ADIL is part of the Singapore Islamic Education System (SIES). It is a continuation of the aLIVE programme. While aLIVE is suited for children and teenagers, ADIL is targeted for adult learners. ADIL and aLIVE apply different teaching methodologies based on age-appropriateness.
Yes. The standard fees is between $25.00 or $50.00 depending on the credit hours of the modules. Refreshment fees may be applied for weekend seminar.
Classes will be conducted in English or Malay. Students are free to choose to enrol in classes that fit their language preference.
There are no formal assessments and examinations at the end of of every module. Instead, ADIL will embark on formative assessment approach. This allows facilitators to assess students’ understanding through in-class responses, discussions and engagement sessions. At the same time, students are empowered to self-assess their understanding, application and internalization of the lessons learnt through various tools offered in the programme.
Students who complete at least 70 per cent of attendance will be issued certificate of participation.
Students are free to choose to take any module from any level without any particular order.
Eventually, there will be a total of three levels of learning tracks offered, beyond the existing baseline level, which are the intermediate and advance levels. Students are free to choose whichever level suits them better.