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by Noor Aisha Abdul Rahman,Ah Eng Lai

eBook Secularism And Spirituality: Seeking Integrated Knowledge And Success in Madrasah Education in Singapore download ISBN: 9812104526
Author: Noor Aisha Abdul Rahman,Ah Eng Lai
Publisher: Marshall Cavendish Intl; 1 edition (July 30, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 208
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Secularism and Spirituality book. This book explains the current state and complexity of madrasah education in Singapore, and identifies some key issues affecting the field in particular, and education and society in general.

Secularism and Spirituality book. As an institution that is an integral part of both the Muslim. Secularism and Spirituality serves as an intellectual contribution to the ongoing debates and concerns in the field which affect the interests of Muslim and national communities. The book focuses on broad policy implications and where policy meets community and culture.

Secularism and spirituality: seeking integrated knowledge and success in madrasah education in Singapore. American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences 24: 3, 116, 2006.

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Secularism and Spirituality: Seeking Integrated Knowledge and Success in Madrasah Education in Singapore Noor Aisha Abdul Rahman and Lai Ah Eng, ed. Azhar Ibrahim surveys madrasah reforms in Indonesia, Egypt, India, and Pakistan in chapter 4, while Afiza Hashim and Lai Ah Eng narrate a case study of Madrasah Ma& in chapter 5. Tan Tay Keong (chapter 6) examines the debate on the national policy of compulsory education in the context of the madrasah, and Syed Farid Alatas (chapter 7) clarifies the concept of. knowledge and Islams philosophy of education, which can be used to assess contemporary madrasah education.

In Noor Aisha Abdul Rahman & Lai Ah Eng (Ed., Secularism and spirituality: Seeking integrated ., Secularism and spirituality: Seeking integrated knowledge and success in madrasah education in Singapore (p. 8-92). Singapore: Marshall Cavendish. Case study of a madrasah: Madrasah Maarif Secularism and spirituality: Seeking integrated knowledge and success in madrasah education in Singapore. Lai Ah Afiza Binte Hashim. Eng. Afiza binte Hashim & Lai Ah Eng. (2006). Case study of a madrasah: Madrasah Maarif.

This book aims to understand the current state and complexity of madrasah education in Singapore, and to.

This book aims to understand the current state and complexity of madrasah education in Singapore, and to identify some key issues affecting the field in particular, and education and society in general. It also aims to serve as an intellectual contribution to the ongoing debates and concerns in the field and which affect the interests of Muslim and national communities. Consistent with its aims, the book is issue- as well as policy-driven, with a focus on broad policy implications and where policy meets community and culture

Secularism and Spirituality: Seeking Integrated Knowledge and Success in Madrasah Education in Singapore. Singapore: Institute of Policy Studies 2006 ) - Critical Perspectives on Contemporary Islamic Thought, in Philosophy in Schools: Developing a Community of Inquiry. She obtained her MA in Islamic Studies and African Studies in 2001 from the Institute of Asian and African Studies (IAAW) at mp;auml;t zu Berlin.

Abdul Rahman, N. A. The aims of madrasah education in Singapore: Problems and perceptions’. In N. Abdul Rahman & A. Lai (Ed., Secularism and spirituality: Seeking integrated knowledge and success in madrasah education in Singapore (pp. 58–92). Memorization and learning in Islamic schools. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Communitarian ideology and democracy in Singapore. Hardaker, . & Sabki, A. (2015).

As an alternative within the compulsory education system in Singapore, the madrasa system strives to produce both Muslim professionals and religious teachers and scholars, and is not doing well, argue Rahman (Malay studies, National U. of Singapore) and social scientist Eng (Institute for Policy Studies). They say that the schools are enrolling many more students than they have the capacity to teach, and though caps on their enrollment have been enacted, more reforms are necessary, and the system's philosophy and aims of education within contemporary society must be reevaluated. Distributed in the US by ISBS. Annotation ©2006 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)