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Engaging Muslim Students | NOVEMBER FLASH SALE | Online Self-Paced Course

Engaging Muslim Students | NOVEMBER FLASH SALE | Online Self-Paced Course

Date(s) - 11/25/2021
12:00 am

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by Abraham Education

Exclusive flash sale on registration for the full Engaging Muslim Students in Public Schools for prior registrants of our free webinar.

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Prior to educator break times we our offering an exclusive flash sale on registration for the full Engaging Muslim Students in Public Schools online training. Self-Paced. 8-hours. Can be taken immediately upon registration. The link to this registration page is being made exclusive to those who have previously registered for our free informational webinar on the program.


Regular Price: $249

Flash Sale Price (1): $99 BEFORE 11/25

Flash Sale Price (2): $129 BEFORE 12/1

About this course:

8-hour asynchronous course, can be taken at any pace, professional grade audio and editing makes for easy consuming.

Certificate issued upon completion.

“As a cultural liaison that advocates for families I felt such joy taking this online training with the staff at my school. Finally! A training that clearly communicates and presents everything Muslim parents have wanted their children’s educators to know. I saw this open so many people’s eyes and give them so many positive actions to take. I am grateful for this training and advise all public school educators to take it.”

– Burhan Farah, Parent Volunteer Coordinator, Seattle Public Schools, Denny Middle School

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About the Instructor:

Michael Abraham is an ESL teacher, instructional coach, and curricula developer. He has a BA in Political Science with a concentration on the history of the Muslim world and is currently completing his masters degree in teaching English as a Second Language. He has been an active member of the Muslim community in Minnesota for over 10 years and has studied Islam in America and the Muslim world in both secular and religious settings. His focus is helping educators to better understand and cross cultural bridges to meet goals aligned with providing equity in education and culturally-relevant pedagogy. Michael has done consulting with several districts and charter schools in the Twin Cities, been a guest speaker at Hamline University’s federally funded English Learners in the Mainstream (ELM) Project, and presented at the Minnesota English Learner Education Conference. Currently, he teaches a professional development course with Minneapolis Public Schools on Increasing Academic Engagement and Cultural Competency with Muslim Students.

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