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Creativity and Critical Thinking: How Can I Support the Child’s Higher-Order Thinking Skills?

April 24 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm EDT

CAD $15.00

Join us online! Sound Vision Canada is very excited to be offering a five-part teacher training series focused on whole child development. We’re delighted to welcome back expert Dr. Fadwa Elashi to share her knowledge and insights in the following areas:

  1. Spiritual Development: Connecting to Allah (SWT)
  2. Language Development: Communication
  3. Cognitive Development: Creativity and Critical Thinking
  4. Social Development: Collaboration
  5. Emotional Development: Confidence

Please note the material will be designed for Muslim educators working with children up to 12 years of age.

We are offering one training session per month from February-June 2024, insha Allah.

On April 24, we’re hosting Part 3 of the series with Creativity and Critical Thinking: How Can I Support the Child’s Higher-Order Thinking Skills? Topics include:

  • How does creativity and critical thinking develop across childhood?
  • Do schools support or hinder children’s creativity and critical thinking?
  • What evidence-driven strategies can I use to support these skills?

Can’t attend the live session? No problem! All registrants will receive the video recording of the session and the presentation slides, insha Allah.

A SVC Child Development Certificate will be issued to participants upon completion of all five modules.

Registration for Part 3 is open to all those interested and is not limited to those who attended Part 1 and Part 2.

For those who missed Part 1 and/or Part 2, please email if you would like to access the video recordings and material for these sessions. Kindly note the cost is $15 per module.

Educators, school administrators, homeschooling parents, and aspiring teachers are all welcome! 

Individuals requiring financial assistance may email

About Dr. Fadwa Elashi:

Dr. Fadwa Elashi is a former assistant professor of developmental psychology with five years of experience teaching courses on Educational Psychology, Learning Through Play, and Child Development. She has published several peer-reviewed research articles in the field of child development and often reviews manuscripts for consideration for publication in major academic journals. Her profound passion for fostering optimal and equitable learning environments for all children is what drove her to establish Nectar Education.


April 24
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm EDT
CAD $15.00


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