Religious teachers are urged to widen their horizon in tackling globalisation by adapting to the multi-tasking. They are leaders in guiding their students. As such, teachers should show their cutting-edge as excellent educators and give a positive impact on the students education development.
The Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Religious Affairs made the call at the launching of the Interactive Fillers and Audio MP3 – containing the Dikir Maulid Syarafil Anam and Maulid Al-Berzanji Nasr songs. Dato Seri Setia Awang Haji Abdul Aziz bin Orang Kaya Maharaja Lela Haji Yussof believed that the project, on top of the personalised teaching approach, will attract the student’s attention to learn and improve farther. The Interactive Fillers and Audio MP3 will ensure the standardisation of the songs being taught at religious, Arabic and secondary schools.
The project is hoped to enhance the teaching and learning method effectively of the Dikir Maulid Syarafil Anam and Maulid Berzanji Nasr (Rawi) songs. The Ministry of Religious Affairs through the Islamic Studies Department embarked on the initiative in making the Dikir Maulid Syarafil Anam and Maulid Berzanji Nasr (Rawi) as a subject in the religious school curriculum, as well as a co-curriculum activity for religious schools.
The function ran concurrently with the presentation of souvenirs to Awang Haji Daud bin Haji Abdul Kadir as a guidance person and also to several officers who had helped in dubbing and recording the Dikir and Rawi songs. The Compact Discs containing the Interactive Fillers and Audio MP3 were also given to school representatives. Present at the ceremony was Awang Haji Mohd Serudin bin Haji Timbang, the Deputy Permanent Secretary (of Policy and Religious Affairs) at the Ministry of Religious Affairs.
Source: Radio Television Brunei