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Discovering Palestine in the Classroom

May 29 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm EDT


A Journey Through Land, Culture, and History

This session aims to provide an in-depth look at key topic areas for K -12 educators in
developing a curriculum to infuse core issues related to Palestine through the Islamic lens.

Topic areas include:

1. Palestine: The Cradle of Prophethood

2. Islam and Coexistence in Palestine

3. The Crusades: A Period of Conflict

4. Understanding Zionism and its Supporters

5. The Nakba and its Aftermath

6. Contemporary Challenges and Pathways Forward

About Uzma Ahmed:
Uzma Ahmed is the Director of Education and Training at the Institute of Integrated
Knowledge, Hartford, USA. She is responsible for the 5D Thinking Model Training Program,
Consultancy, and resource development. Uzma Ahmed holds a BSc Hons. in International Relations from the University of London and an MA in International Relations from Queen Mary University of London. She has completed
a Diploma in Islamic Education from the International Online University with a broad range
of Islamic disciplines. She has worked as an educational consultant, primary school principal, curriculum
developer, researcher in Islamic education, and teacher trainer for schools around the
world for 25 years. Uzma Ahmed conducts courses for the Qur’an, Sirah, Islamic history, and personal
development. She is a public speaker on contemporary Islamic issues in the Muslim world.
She has authored primary-level English textbooks and Reading books. Uzma regularly writes
material for homeschoolers and Islamic courses for children of all ages on many topics with a focus on Islamic history and Tarbiyah.


May 29
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm EDT


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