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We are now receiving blog posts for Human Development Matters on a rolling basis!
https://iiit.org/en/call-for-blog-posts/
Follow the link to view a recording of the webinar: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5FdpnUfYIDg

IIIT hosted Prof. Sara Konrath, of Indiana University, on Wednesday, March 2, 2022, for its latest Human Development webinar. The talk was titled, “The Power of Empathy in Education.” It was moderated by Dr. Ilham Nasser, Director of Human Development Program at IIIT.

Prof. Konrath has conducted research for more than a decade on the topic of empathy and spoke about the cognitive and emotional components of empathy along with how it improves relationships broadly in society as well as, more specifically, ways in which empathy influences educational spaces positively. She covered important questions such as: What is empathy? Why is it important for others and oneself, including in the classroom? What can we do to increase it? After the presentation, the audience asked Prof. Konrath questions about empathy, compassion, and kindness, and whether people experience empathy burnout. She also addressed implementing empathy in teaching and learning and ways empathy should be integrated into the curriculum. Finally, Prof. Konrath addressed empathy and digital media.
Check out the AEMS Symposium program and register early! Registration closes on Nov. 4th!

https://www.american.edu/soe/itep/itep-symposium-2022.cfm
Check out our vast library catalog and our new acquisitions! https://iiit.org/en/library/
We are now receiving blog posts for Human Development Matters on a rolling basis! https://iiit.org/en/call-for-blog-posts/
Here's a podcast where we discussed Defining Islamic Education and Human Development with Afeefa Syeed.

https://www.messy.fm/podcast/141d5f70-25ad-11e9-9d5c-6774832f77db
Register Now! 2022 Sixth Annual Symposium on Education in Muslim Societies: Implications for Policy, Pedagogy, Training, and Development https://www.american.edu/soe/itep/itep-symposium-2022.cfm
Don't miss this blog post by Eman Abdelhadi on American Muslim Communities: Who Stays, Who Goes and Why? for Human Development Matters!
https://iiit.org/blog/american-muslim-communities-who-stays-who-goes-and-why/
We are now receiving blog posts for Human Development Matters on a rolling basis!

https://iiit.org/en/call-for-blog-posts/
Facilitating Personal Transformation for The Next Generation Of Leaders; Lessons From Empirical Research

By Professor Jabeen Soobratty

In order to investigate these varied contexts of human development and educational transformation, we selected values and competencies grounded in theories of social change and tipping point literature. These values were organized based on a review of previous literature and the hypothesis of the research team. A review of the the categories highlighted in the report and some of their implications for education researchers, policymakers, and practitioners can be found in our previous briefs. A more detailed review of the measures, their scales, and the methodology of the surveys can be found in the report itself. In order to conduct research at this scale, we relied heavily on our local research coordinators on the ground in each of the 16 countries.

https://iiit.org/en/brief/aems-brief-9-facilitating-personal-transformation-for-the-next-generation-of-leaders-lessons-from-empirical-research/
We are now receiving blog posts for Human Development Matters on a rolling basis!
https://iiit.org/en/call-for-​blog-posts/
Have you read this blog post by Madiha Tahseen on Coming of Age as a Muslim American: A Review of Research on Muslim Youth and Well-Being for Human Development Matters? https://iiit.org/blog/coming-of-age-as-a-muslim-american-a-review-of-research-on-muslim-youth-and-well-being/
Dr. Youcef Soufi delivered a presentation, “Before Maqāṣid: Recovering the Contested Vision of Benefit (maṣlaḥa) in Islamic Law" at IIIT's virtual symposium on Theory and Uses of Maqasid al-Shariah on May 5, 2021. The symposium was organized and hosted by the American Journal of Islam and Society (AJIS). Check it out! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SpRHNuEanPw&list=PLOqq3A_Bf1ySoSfpvBSerRhZxpZyjgLUG&index=10
IIIT hosted Prof. Jason Baehr, of Loyola Marymount University, on Thursday, Jan. 27, 2022, for its latest Human Development webinar. The talk was titled, “Keeping an Open Mind: The Nature and Value of Open-mindedness.” It was moderated by Alex Koenig, IIIT’s non-residential fellow in Human Development and Education.

Prof. Baehr covered important questions such as, What is open-mindedness? How is open-mindedness different from other “intellectual virtues” like curiosity and intellectual humility, and Is open-mindedness consistent with firm conviction?

After the presentation, the audience asked Prof. Baehr questions about the nature of open-mindedness, how to help someone become open-minded, and what open-mindedness may look like within faith convictions.

Follow the link below to view a recording of the webinar: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8uP75orc2yU
Call for Blog Posts! The AEMS initiative of IIIT is inviting writers to submit blog posts for the Human Development Matters blog! See the call for details. Deadline is September 30, 2022 https://iiit.org/en/call-for-blog-posts/
Give this blog post a read! It is by Linda Fogarty on The Power of 40 Compassionate Seconds for Human Development Matters.

https://iiit.org/blog/the-power-of-40-compassionate-seconds/

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Call for Blog Posts - IIIT 10/20/2022

Call for Blog Posts - IIIT

We are now receiving blog posts for Human Development Matters on a rolling basis!
https://iiit.org/en/call-for-blog-posts/

Call for Blog Posts - IIIT The Advancing Education in Muslim Societies (AEMS) initiative of the International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT) is inviting writers to contribute to the exchange of ideas and generation of new knowledge on education in Muslim societies. This call is an expansion of our Human Development Matte...

The Power of Empathy in Education 10/19/2022

The Power of Empathy in Education

Follow the link to view a recording of the webinar: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5FdpnUfYIDg

IIIT hosted Prof. Sara Konrath, of Indiana University, on Wednesday, March 2, 2022, for its latest Human Development webinar. The talk was titled, “The Power of Empathy in Education.” It was moderated by Dr. Ilham Nasser, Director of Human Development Program at IIIT.

Prof. Konrath has conducted research for more than a decade on the topic of empathy and spoke about the cognitive and emotional components of empathy along with how it improves relationships broadly in society as well as, more specifically, ways in which empathy influences educational spaces positively. She covered important questions such as: What is empathy? Why is it important for others and oneself, including in the classroom? What can we do to increase it? After the presentation, the audience asked Prof. Konrath questions about empathy, compassion, and kindness, and whether people experience empathy burnout. She also addressed implementing empathy in teaching and learning and ways empathy should be integrated into the curriculum. Finally, Prof. Konrath addressed empathy and digital media.

The Power of Empathy in Education

Advancing Education in Muslim Societies: Implications for Policy, Pedagogy, Training, and Development 10/18/2022

Advancing Education in Muslim Societies: Implications for Policy, Pedagogy, Training, and Development

Check out the AEMS Symposium program and register early! Registration closes on Nov. 4th!

https://www.american.edu/soe/itep/itep-symposium-2022.cfm

Advancing Education in Muslim Societies: Implications for Policy, Pedagogy, Training, and Development Schedule, registration, and more details for the November 11-13, 2022 conference.

Library - IIIT 10/14/2022

Library - IIIT

Check out our vast library catalog and our new acquisitions! https://iiit.org/en/library/

Library - IIIT The Taha Jabir Al-Alwani and the Ismail al Faruqi Libraries of the International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT) provide students, faculty, and researchers with a rich resource of over 100,000 volumes focused primarily around Islamic Studies, Comparative Religion, Islamic History, Arabic Languag...

Call for Blog Posts - IIIT 10/13/2022

Call for Blog Posts - IIIT

We are now receiving blog posts for Human Development Matters on a rolling basis! https://iiit.org/en/call-for-blog-posts/

Call for Blog Posts - IIIT The Advancing Education in Muslim Societies (AEMS) initiative of the International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT) is inviting writers to contribute to the exchange of ideas and generation of new knowledge on education in Muslim societies. This call is an expansion of our Human Development Matte...

Episode 7- Defining Islamic Education and Human Development 10/12/2022

Episode 7- Defining Islamic Education and Human Development

Here's a podcast where we discussed Defining Islamic Education and Human Development with Afeefa Syeed.

https://www.messy.fm/podcast/141d5f70-25ad-11e9-9d5c-6774832f77db

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Advancing Education in Muslim Societies: Implications for Policy, Pedagogy, Training, and Development 10/11/2022

Advancing Education in Muslim Societies: Implications for Policy, Pedagogy, Training, and Development

Register Now! 2022 Sixth Annual Symposium on Education in Muslim Societies: Implications for Policy, Pedagogy, Training, and Development https://www.american.edu/soe/itep/itep-symposium-2022.cfm

Advancing Education in Muslim Societies: Implications for Policy, Pedagogy, Training, and Development Schedule, registration, and more details for the November 11-13, 2022 conference.

American Muslim Communities: Who Stays, Who Goes and Why? - IIIT Blog 10/10/2022

American Muslim Communities: Who Stays, Who Goes and Why? - IIIT Blog

Don't miss this blog post by Eman Abdelhadi on American Muslim Communities: Who Stays, Who Goes and Why? for Human Development Matters!
https://iiit.org/blog/american-muslim-communities-who-stays-who-goes-and-why/

American Muslim Communities: Who Stays, Who Goes and Why? - IIIT Blog American Muslims are split between those who attend the mosque at least once a week (45%) and those who attend only for Eid or even less (40%) (Pew Research Center, 2007, 2011, 2017). To explore why some Muslims are engaged in their communities—what I call embeddedness—while others stay away, I ...

Call for Blog Posts - IIIT 10/06/2022

Call for Blog Posts - IIIT

We are now receiving blog posts for Human Development Matters on a rolling basis!

https://iiit.org/en/call-for-blog-posts/

Call for Blog Posts - IIIT The Advancing Education in Muslim Societies (AEMS) initiative of the International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT) is inviting writers to contribute to the exchange of ideas and generation of new knowledge on education in Muslim societies. This call is an expansion of our Human Development Matte...

AEMS BRIEF #9: FACILITATING PERSONAL TRANSFORMATION FOR THE NEXT GENERATION OF LEADERS; LESSONS FROM EMPIRICAL RESEARCH 10/05/2022

AEMS BRIEF #9: FACILITATING PERSONAL TRANSFORMATION FOR THE NEXT GENERATION OF LEADERS; LESSONS FROM EMPIRICAL RESEARCH

Facilitating Personal Transformation for The Next Generation Of Leaders; Lessons From Empirical Research

By Professor Jabeen Soobratty

In order to investigate these varied contexts of human development and educational transformation, we selected values and competencies grounded in theories of social change and tipping point literature. These values were organized based on a review of previous literature and the hypothesis of the research team. A review of the the categories highlighted in the report and some of their implications for education researchers, policymakers, and practitioners can be found in our previous briefs. A more detailed review of the measures, their scales, and the methodology of the surveys can be found in the report itself. In order to conduct research at this scale, we relied heavily on our local research coordinators on the ground in each of the 16 countries.

https://iiit.org/en/brief/aems-brief-9-facilitating-personal-transformation-for-the-next-generation-of-leaders-lessons-from-empirical-research/

AEMS BRIEF #9: FACILITATING PERSONAL TRANSFORMATION FOR THE NEXT GENERATION OF LEADERS; LESSONS FROM EMPIRICAL RESEARCH AEMS BRIEF #9: FACILITATING PERSONAL TRANSFORMATION FOR THE NEXT GENERATION OF LEADERS; LESSONS FROM EMPIRICAL RESEARCH February 21, 2022 in In order to investigate these varied contexts of human development and educational transformation, we selected values and competencies grounded in theories of....

Call for Blog Posts - IIIT 10/04/2022

Call for Blog Posts - IIIT

We are now receiving blog posts for Human Development Matters on a rolling basis!
https://iiit.org/en/call-for-​blog-posts/

Call for Blog Posts - IIIT The Advancing Education in Muslim Societies (AEMS) initiative of the International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT) is inviting writers to contribute to the exchange of ideas and generation of new knowledge on education in Muslim societies. This call is an expansion of our Human Development Matte...

Coming of Age as a Muslim American: A Review of Research on Muslim Youth and Well-Being - IIIT Blog 10/03/2022

Coming of Age as a Muslim American: A Review of Research on Muslim Youth and Well-Being - IIIT Blog

Have you read this blog post by Madiha Tahseen on Coming of Age as a Muslim American: A Review of Research on Muslim Youth and Well-Being for Human Development Matters? https://iiit.org/blog/coming-of-age-as-a-muslim-american-a-review-of-research-on-muslim-youth-and-well-being/

Coming of Age as a Muslim American: A Review of Research on Muslim Youth and Well-Being - IIIT Blog Who am I? Where do I belong? These are the existential questions faced during adolescence by all youth—and become particularly important questions for Muslim American youth as they come of age in a heated sociopolitical environment. What helps Muslim youth thrive as they try to answer these questi...

Before Maqāṣid: Recovering the Contested Vision of Benefit (maṣlaḥa) in Islamic Law-Dr. Youcef Soufi 09/30/2022

Before Maqāṣid: Recovering the Contested Vision of Benefit (maṣlaḥa) in Islamic Law-Dr. Youcef Soufi

Dr. Youcef Soufi delivered a presentation, “Before Maqāṣid: Recovering the Contested Vision of Benefit (maṣlaḥa) in Islamic Law" at IIIT's virtual symposium on Theory and Uses of Maqasid al-Shariah on May 5, 2021. The symposium was organized and hosted by the American Journal of Islam and Society (AJIS). Check it out! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SpRHNuEanPw&list=PLOqq3A_Bf1ySoSfpvBSerRhZxpZyjgLUG&index=10

Before Maqāṣid: Recovering the Contested Vision of Benefit (maṣlaḥa) in Islamic Law-Dr. Youcef Soufi A virtual symposium hosted by the American Journal of Islam and Societies (AJIS) - published by the International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT) - on th...

Keeping an Open Mind: The Nature and Value of Open-Mindedness 09/29/2022

Keeping an Open Mind: The Nature and Value of Open-Mindedness

IIIT hosted Prof. Jason Baehr, of Loyola Marymount University, on Thursday, Jan. 27, 2022, for its latest Human Development webinar. The talk was titled, “Keeping an Open Mind: The Nature and Value of Open-mindedness.” It was moderated by Alex Koenig, IIIT’s non-residential fellow in Human Development and Education.

Prof. Baehr covered important questions such as, What is open-mindedness? How is open-mindedness different from other “intellectual virtues” like curiosity and intellectual humility, and Is open-mindedness consistent with firm conviction?

After the presentation, the audience asked Prof. Baehr questions about the nature of open-mindedness, how to help someone become open-minded, and what open-mindedness may look like within faith convictions.

Follow the link below to view a recording of the webinar: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8uP75orc2yU

Keeping an Open Mind: The Nature and Value of Open-Mindedness

Call for Blog Posts - IIIT 09/28/2022

Call for Blog Posts - IIIT

Call for Blog Posts! The AEMS initiative of IIIT is inviting writers to submit blog posts for the Human Development Matters blog! See the call for details. Deadline is September 30, 2022 https://iiit.org/en/call-for-blog-posts/

Call for Blog Posts - IIIT The Advancing Education in Muslim Societies (AEMS) initiative of the International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT) is inviting writers to contribute to the exchange of ideas and generation of new knowledge on education in Muslim societies. This call is an expansion of our Human Development Matte...

The Power of 40 Compassionate Seconds - IIIT Blog 09/28/2022

The Power of 40 Compassionate Seconds - IIIT Blog

Give this blog post a read! It is by Linda Fogarty on The Power of 40 Compassionate Seconds for Human Development Matters.

https://iiit.org/blog/the-power-of-40-compassionate-seconds/

The Power of 40 Compassionate Seconds - IIIT Blog A fellow researcher, from Envision Kindness, where I found most of these beautiful photos, reached out recently about my 20+-year-old dissertation research on compassion. My research showed that in less than 40 seconds a doctor could, through direct words and actions, clearly display compassion AND....

Call for Papers for the “Journal of Education in Muslim Societies – JEMS” - IIIT 09/23/2022

Call for Papers for the “Journal of Education in Muslim Societies – JEMS” - IIIT

Call for Papers! The Journal of Education in Muslim Societies (JEMS ) seeks original academic research examining the broad scope of education in Muslim societies. https://iiit.org/en/call-for-papers-for-the-journal-of-education-in-muslim-societies-jems/

Call for Papers for the “Journal of Education in Muslim Societies – JEMS” - IIIT The Journal of Education in Muslim Societies (JEMS ), is a bi-annual, double-blind peer-reviewed journal published by Indiana University Press in partnership with the International Institute of Islamic Thought’s “Advancing Education in Muslim Societies (AEMS)” project.

Photos from International Institute of Islamic Thought's post 09/22/2022

Dr. Ilham Nasser and Ms. Saulat Pervez participated in the 59th Annual ISNA Convention in Chicago on behalf of the International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT). Dr. Nasser delivered a presentation titled, “Advancing Education in Muslim Societies: An Initiative for Transformation” on Sept. 4, 2022. Dr. Nasser is a Senior Researcher and Director of the Human Development Program at the Advancing Education in Muslim Societies (AEMS) initiative of IIIT. The session was moderated by Sufia Azmat, Executive Director of Council of Islamic Schools in North America (CISNA).

Dr. Nasser shared reflections and lessons learned based on AEMS’ three-year empirical research – Mapping the Terrain – to advance education and change in Muslim societies. She highlighted the research process and addressed the benefits and challenges of field-based surveying as well as the outreach activities that followed to promote education and human development. The presentation was followed by a question-and-answer session that focused on the implication of research with reference to Muslim societies, curriculum, and pedagogy.

A IIIT publications booth was set up in the room which enabled audience members to view and explore IIIT books at the end of the session.

09/21/2022

Save the dates for the AEMS Symposium!

09/19/2022

As part of AEMS initiative, the Human Development program is launching Human Development Matters, a blog featuring reflections and research briefs on topics related to learning and development! Dr. Ilham Nasser weighs in on the four pillars of education.
Give it a read! https://iiit.org/blog/

09/16/2022

Call for Blog Posts!

https://iiit.org/en/call-for-blog-posts/

The AEMS initiative of IIIT is inviting writers to submit blog posts for the Human Development Matters blog! See the call for details. Deadline is September 30, 2022.

09/14/2022

Audiobooks and ePubs are now available on the IIITBooks App for select titles! Download today on iOS and Android for these new features:
- Listen to full audio book or download the epub and play audio and read along
- Audiobook filter and toggle for quick access
- Increase and decrease font, change font, lighten and darken background of epub
- Search for words in and click through different chapters in ePub
- Download complete issues of IIIT’s now open-access journals, AJIS and al-Fikr al-Islāmī al-mu‘āsir (Contemporary Islamic Thought, CIT)
Sample content of IIIT’s newest journal, Journal of Education in Muslim Societies (JEMS)


Check it out!!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mgu5p9gDm0s

09/09/2022

Check out our interactive Mapping the Terrain!! Explore the map below to learn more about the countries we conducted this research in and be sure to follow the links to read interviews with our research partners.

https://iiit.org/en/interactive-study-map/

09/08/2022

Call for Blog Posts!

https://iiit.org/en/call-for-blog-posts/

The AEMS initiative of IIIT is inviting writers to submit blog posts for the Human Development Matters blog! See the call for details. Deadline is September 30, 2022.

09/02/2022

IIIT will be having a session on AEMS at ISNA convention this weekend! Come and learn about our work on advancing education in Muslim societies! Sunday, Sept. 4, 2:30-3:30 pm CST, Session 13B, Room 10, Donald E. Stephens Convention Center, Chicago.

08/29/2022

Call for Blog Posts!

https://iiit.org/en/call-for-blog-posts/

The AEMS initiative of IIIT is inviting writers to submit blog posts for the Human Development Matters blog! See the call for details. Deadline is September 30, 2022.

08/27/2022

Dr. Ahmad M. Khater delivered a presentation, "ʾIbn Taymiyyah Differing with the Four Madhāhib due to Maqāṣid al-Sharīʿah," at IIIT's virtual symposium on Theory and Uses of Maqasid al-Shariah on 5/5/2021. The symposium was organized and hosted by the American Journal of Islam and Society (AJIS).

Check it out! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v-aj89TeK7M&list=PLOqq3A_Bf1ySoSfpvBSerRhZxpZyjgLUG&index=9

08/23/2022

Call for Blog Posts!

https://iiit.org/en/call-for-blog-posts/

The AEMS initiative of IIIT is inviting writers to submit blog posts for the Human Development Matters blog! See the call for details. Deadline is September 30, 2022.

08/22/2022

In this self-reflective blog post, Dr. Amaarah DeCuir of American University shares five competencies that reimagine the role of Muslim Students Association (MSA) faculty advisors to better meet the diverse needs of Muslim students in the contemporary higher education context.

https://iiit.org/blog/the-revisioning-of-a-muslim-students-association-faculty-advisor/

08/18/2022

The AEMS initiative of IIIT is inviting writers to submit blog posts for the Human Development Matters blog! See the call for details. Deadline is September 30, 2022.

https://iiit.org/en/call-for-blog-posts/

About IIIT

The International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT) is a private, non-profit, academic, cultural and educational institution, concerned with general issues of Islamic thought and education. The Institute was established in the United States of America in 1981 (1401 AH). It is independent of local politics, party orientations and ideological bias.

The headquarters of the Institute are situated in Herndon, Virginia, in the suburbs of Washington DC. IIIT has established cooperation with a number of institutions and organizations in a number of capitals world-wide in order to carry out the Institute’s activities and programs. The Institute is governed by a Board of Trustees that meets regularly and periodically elects one of its members to serve as President.

The Institute is an intellectual forum working on educational, academic and societal issues from an Islamic perspective to promote and support research projects, organize intellectual and cultural meetings, publish scholarly works, and engage in teaching and training. It has established a distinct intellectual trend in Islamic thought which relates to the vivid legacy of the Ummah (Muslim nation) and its continuous efforts of intellectual and methodological reform, principally in the field of education, classical knowledge and social science. This involves a large number of researchers and scholars from various parts of the world.

The Institute conducts its educational and training activities and courses through its institutional division, The Fairfax Institute.

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