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07 May 2021 / 25. Ramadhan 1442

Introducing the New Digital MCE platform

The World Federation and the Madrasah Centre of Excellence are pleased to announce the launch of our new digital MCE platform on this auspicious occasion of the birth anniversary of Imam Hassan al Askari (as). We offer our felicitations firstly to the Imam of our time (atfs), and extend our Khushali Mubarak to you and your families!

This digital platform allows us to bring together the use of modern technology with an eye-catching design to enhance the learning experience between teachers and children, thus incorporating the new style of madaris learning.

The platform is an interactive version of the Tarbiyah curriculum where students and teachers can engage online in a user friendly and advanced manner. It provides an easy-to-use educational portal for students to view any time. Once logged on, the students and teachers will have access to a range of features which include:

• Lessons

• Audio recitations

• Interactive activities

• Teachers will have exclusive access to teaching resources and an overview of students’ progress.

The platform is now available for students from bands C to F, with something coming soon for the younger bands.

To register your interest, please visit  https://tarbiyah.education/ and click on “Register”.

Please do contact us for any further information.

We look forward to hearing from you!


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