National Professional Standards for Teachers in Pakistan in Light of Teaching of the Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H)


    Authors:

    Saima Mushtaq, Dr. Muhammad Tahir Mustafa, Dr. Abdulghaffar

    Citation:

    Mushtaq, S. Mustafa, D. M. T. & Abdulghaffar, D. (2015). National Professional Standards for Teachers in Pakistan in Light of Teaching of the Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H). Journal of Policy Research, 1(4), 171-181.

    Abstract:

    Education play a vital role in national development. National Professional Standards for Teachers in Pakistan will prove a mile stone in educational development. These standards are necessary for every teacher to improve his teaching style and strategy. In Quran, Allah states that prophets are obliged to deliver His messages and describes prophets as an “instructor and trainer. Prophet was a teacher and his duty was to deliver the message of God. Indeed, the Prophet himself emphasized that his primary duty as a Prophet was to teach by saying, “I have been sent only as a teacher to you.” To explain his duty, he also said, “I have been sent only to complete moral virtues.”So we as Muslim should follow His (PBUH) methods of teaching.

    Keywords:

    Teaching of the Holy Prophet, Professional Standards, national development, Pakistan

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    Article Type:

    Research Article

    Pages:

    171-181

    Publisher:

    Research Foundation for Humanity (RFH)


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