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The Saracenic approach to Education

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Ericson Ewikson

on 8 January 2013

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Transcript of The Saracenic approach to Education

approach to education The Saracen's Now, Let's
proceed to their
Method of
Education 600 years after the birth of Christ Mohammad tooks its
roots to Arabia The Europeans called the inhabitants
of the Arabian regions of the Roman
Empire as Saracens. Saracens What is a Saracen? What is the difference between an
Arabian and a Saracen? Arabia is one of the greatest subcontinents in Asia Curriculum & method of Education All education began
with religious Education Quran was taught at all levels 'In the name of God, Most Merciful, Most Gracious' They used it to represent God because they denied representing God with images.
Calligraphy is especially revered among Islamic arts since it was the primary means for the preservation of the Qur'an. Islamic Calligraphy Education was
the right of
all. Methods of teaching: Scientific method
Use of repetition and drill
The catechetical method
Lecture Why the Europeans Envious of the Saracens? The curriculum of the Muslim school was the most complete and most carefully organized in the elementary, secondary and the higher levels. Because of its attractiveness to the human nature and satisfaction to human longings, Islam prospered. Sarasenic homes and cities were equipped with facilities and luxuries that their European neighbors had not even dreamed of. There was no heirarchy Education was formal Knowledge Application to culture Theory Practice It also aimed to their development of individual initiative and social welfare-liberal education. Education itself was free to devote life. Medicine was also stressed because it was necessary for the preservation of life. That's all folks!
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