The Islamic Studies Department has the aspiration to ensure the efficacy of Al-Quran teaching and learning in the religious school curriculum in the basic level namely, Pre and Primary One. Yesterday morning, an Al-Quran teaching workshop using the Iqra method was held at the Raja Isteri Pengiran Anak Hajah Saleha Girls Secondary Arabic Religious School in Katok.
The 3-day workshop is attended by over 100 primary one teachers from religious schools nationwide. The workshop is one of the Islamic Studies Department's efforts to produce students who are fluent in Al-Quran reading, as Al-Quran is one of the core subjects at religious schools. According to Haji Abdullah bin Haji Sahat, the Head of Al-Quran Unit, Inspectorate Section, Islamic Studies Department, the workshop is implemented in phases throughout the month of Ramadhan. He added that the workshop aims to provide information pertaining to strategies, methods or approaches that can be utilised to improve teaching quality, and produce Al-Quran literate students.
Source: Radio Television Brunei