MARAWI CITY, Dec. 1 (PIA) - As support to the rehabilitation of Marawi, the Kilos Kabataan Livelihood Foundation (KKLF) held a technology training for 13 teachers of Madrasatu Mipaga Al-Islamia in Barangay Mipaga .
KKLF provided a compact training covering e-learning in the Philippines, the types of e-learning modalities and the types of learners. The organization also provided learnings on basic operations and management of the tablets for the teachers and the students.
Information and Communication Technology specialist Mavic Pineda also introduced the trainees to My Filipino Madrasah e-Library which is a set of offline learning resources focused on Arabic language and Islamic Values Education.
The e-library consists of primary school (Grades 1-6) learning materials, how to speak and practice Arabic language, videos on the stories of the Family of the Prophet Mohammad (SAW), videos on wudu (ablution) and the five pillars of Islam.
Materials on how to read and speak Arabic language for the teachers and other relevant reading materials are also included. Arabic scholars were consulted in preparing the Madrasah materials.
Kilos Kabataan, headed by Kristin Bangot, hopes to bridge the educational gaps in the country through e-learning and relevant learning resources.
In its support to Task Force Bangon Marawi, the group hopes that the e-learning program will help develop the Muslim children in aspiring greater knowledge while exhibiting the beauty of Islam through peace, moderation and tolerance.
A total of 45 tablets were also donated for the madrasah. (KKLF)