We envision educational thought in Islam will contribute to addressing contemporary challenges in schooling.

To be an international hub driven by the aspiration for renewal of Islamic Schooling through the nexus of research and practice

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7th Annual Australian Islamic Schooling Conference
Islamic Worldview: Renewing Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment
17 & 18 August 2024

UniSA/CITE - School Partners

UniSA Video

Culturally Responsive Pedagogy and Muslim Learners

Culturally responsive pedagogy is essential to promote the national education priorities of equity and excellence for all learners. An additional challenge to meeting this goal, is that Muslim learners are diverse in their cultural, ethnic and linguistic backgrounds, levels of religiosity, theological positions, and attachment to Islam as a primary identity marker. 

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e: cite@unisa.edu.au
t: +61 8 8302 4910

Centre for Islamic Thought and Education
University of South Australia,
De Lissa Building, 
Magill campus, Lorne Avenue,
Magill, SA, 5072