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Principles of Education in Al-khulwa and its Development to Quranic Schools as an Experiment for Re-origination of Education in Republic of Sudan

Principles of Education in Al-khulwa and its Development to Quranic Schools as an Experiment for Re-origination of Education in Republic of Sudan

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Title: Principles of Education in Al-khulwa and its Development to Quranic Schools as an Experiment for Re-origination of Education in Republic of Sudan
Author: Elsheikh, Taha Ahmed Elmukashfi
Abstract: Quranic School: It is a school that replaces basic, secondary and al-khulwa and is based on individual education system. Educational Principles: Reality of proposed Qur'anic school is reflected as a vessel that absorbs image of Al-khulwa in its traditional forms and conveys it to stages of development and modernization in keeping with latest developments and needs of 3 Sudanese Society in future. It is a way to take into account individual differences in learning of each student and reserves right and diligence and intelligence in achievement, where each student represents a class stand-alone. Main areas of curriculum: 1) Memorizing Quran. 2) Curriculum of Basic School. 3) Curriculum of Secondary School. Teachers of academic curriculum and memorizing Quran are from Ministry of Education. They received training about methodology of teaching Quran. Student rotates from one teacher to another. Benefits: 1) Build a healthy society of vice. 2) Making memorizing Holy Quran a common property of all and dissemination of conservation between educated classes. 3) Provide opportunity for reliable group to manage affairs of people to preserve Holy Quran. 4) Open door for scientific research inside Holy Quran. 5) Individual education system gives opportunity to each student to learn according to his intelligence and diligence in this fairness to student as it is an economic and developmental benefit to community in terms of shortening years of study in ordinary schools. 6) Maximum benefit of time and this is that day begins early and ends late with existence of periods of rest and absence of holidays except for Eid. 7) Adaptation of educational theories imported from abroad to national and local situations. 8) Reduction of cost of writing tools for study in Quranic School for first four years to 1% of cost in regular schools.
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/123456789/25267


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