``Mapping the Terrain`` Study Data - 2019-2020
``Mapping the Terrain`` Study Data - 2018-2019
The annual report 2018-2019 provides an analysis and a discussion of the results of the “Mapping the Terrain” study which included over 25,000 participants from fifteen countries. It explored how secondary school and university students, parents, teachers, and administrators view values such as empathy, forgiveness, moral reasoning, and community-mindedness. The report was presented on November 19, 2019 at the American University in partnership with the School of Education’s International Training and Education Program (ITEP). This report and others after will generate a discussion on the implications for advancing education in Muslim societies.
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The second wave of “Mapping the Terrain” aims to confirm and expand on the results of the first study and further document important values in Muslim societies, schools, and social contexts. The constructs selected align with the Universal Quranic Values identified as foundational values. In fact, the constructs (values or skills) are instrumental for success in life in the 21st century. Below are the constructs examined in the 2019-2020 Study and beyond.
AEMS in the News
- In its March/April 2019 issue, Islamic Horizons magazine published “IIIT’s Advancing Education in Muslim Societies Initiative” by Ahmed Alwani, IIIT Vice-President and Ilham Nasser, Director of Pedagogy, IIIT.
- In its May/June 2020 issue, Islamic Horizons magazine published “Utilizing the Human Development Approach and Values to Advancing Education in Muslim Societies” by Ilham Nasser, Mapping the Terrain Research Director, IIIT and Ahmed Alwani, IIIT Vice-President.