21st century British Muslim in London; a message from the course leader


I have been asked by Association of Muslim Schools management to provide some more detail on the event Cooperative Learning: “21st century British Muslim – the Solution?” to take place on 3rd February in London. The recent events in Paris have only underlined the importance of this course, and the course unit Negotiating conflicting values & viewpoints has been fully committed to dealing with the attacks.
For this reason, we wish to make RE and Humanities teachers, and others responsible for PSHE, SMSC and Citizenship in state schools and non-Muslim faith schools aware of this event. We do so in the hope of presenting Muslim faith schools as a resource rather than being seen as a part of the problem. The Cooperative Learning techniques presented are content void, have instant positive impact, and will fuse with the needs of your specific school.

“Cooperative Learning has had an immediate quantifiable impact on learning at our school”

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  1. Pingback: Headteachers meeting, Ayasofia Primary: “Facilitating 21st century skills through Cooperative Learning” | cooperativelearning.works

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