THE IJAZA: EVALUATION CRITERIA AND QUALIFICATION FOR TEACHING IN ISLAMIC EDUCATION IN MEDIEVAL ERAS

Authors

  • Dr. Hatim Muhammad Mahamid, Dr. Younis Abu Al-Haija

Abstract

This study deals with the educational standards in preparing teachers in Islamic educationin medieval Islamic history. It aims to identify the certificates (ijaza)and qualifications of teachers, and the competencies that should be met.The study also clarifies that the teacher is not only a storage of sciences and knowledge rather than is considered a model and leadership figure influencing the learners, their manners, and scientific and cognitive skills.

The study aims to examine the process of teachers’ training for getting the necessary ijazaand practice.It also examines the competencies and educational standards on which Muslim scholars considered them as guiding lines in qualifying teachers for Islamic educational thought in various aspects for teaching profession, including: The religious, moral, scientific, professional, physical, and other characteristics.

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Published

2021-04-11

How to Cite

Dr. Hatim Muhammad Mahamid, Dr. Younis Abu Al-Haija. (2021). THE IJAZA: EVALUATION CRITERIA AND QUALIFICATION FOR TEACHING IN ISLAMIC EDUCATION IN MEDIEVAL ERAS. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 18(7), 35-54. Retrieved from https://archives.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/7592