Harnessing the Power of Faith: Serving Humanity

Islamic schools possess a priceless asset that must be harnessed and guided to its optimal capacity. The gift of faith that is inherent in us is a powerful instrument which can be used to nurture and inspire the innate potential in each individual. Educators have an obligation to use the power of faith to inspire our youth to excel in all they do and serve not only the school community but humanity as well.

Principals’ Academy
Board Leadership Forum
Networking Opportunities
Parallel Sessions
Celebration Banquet with Keynote Speaker Imam Suhaib Webb


Arabic and Quran
Optimizing the Learning Outcome in Quran Class
Building an Arabic Reading Program
Building Proficiency in Arabic through performance
Reviving Tafseer Class and Making it Productive and Enjoyable

Islamic Studies and Character Building
Formative and Summative Assessment in Islamic Studies Class
Building Empathy in the Classroom
Self Strengthening, Self Identity for Leadership and Civic Engagement
Transforming Islamic Studies into Beloved Classes

Curriculum and Instruction
Social and Emotional Learning
Working Successfully with Difficult Children
Reimagining the Science Classroom
Using Art Integration to Enhance Curriculum

Leadership Board and Administration
Leadership and Team Dynamics
Blueprint For School Improvement
Communication Strategies for Complicated Relationships
Creating Exceptional Boards


Friday, January 13
Curriculum & Instruction - ASCD Pam Robbins
Arabic and Qur'an Studies - Dalia El-Deeb and Lina Kholaki
Islamic Studies and Character Building - Azra Ali
Leadership: Principals and Adminstration - Habeeb Quadri and Omar Ezzeldine

Saturday, January 14
Creating an Exceptional Board - Maher Budair, Balanced Leadership Institute

Saffiyah Mustafa, Registration Coordinator
(317) 838 - 8129 or convention@isna.net
Program Assistant
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