Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad’s ﷺ Methods of Teaching and Its Relevance Today: A Historical Perspective

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Muhammad Saleem
Hafiza Sadiya Iqbal

Abstract

In Islam, teaching is declared as a sacred duty and teacher is a person who possesses knowledge.  Teaching profession is the profession of Prophets. Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad ﷺ is a great Prophet and teacher. Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad ﷺ is the last prophet and has come to bring change in every field of life (Shah, 2010). He ﷺ employed different methodologies to paraphrase and convey "the message of ALLAH" to the masses. The purpose of inventing teaching methods was to convey message. These methods of teaching are authentic even today. This study was based on the literature, published articles and books related to the concept of teaching methodologies in Islamic historical perspective. This study provide a better understanding of teaching methodologies used by Holy Prophet Muhammad ﷺ and its relevancy with present time period. Effective teaching always depends on the proper communication between teacher and student. The success of a teacher depends how strongly the teacher has grasp the teaching methods. Therefore, it is important that teachers must equip with knowledge of multiple teaching methodologies in order to fulfill the learning needs of students within the classroom environment. For this purpose, the personality of Holy prophet Hazrat Muhammad ﷺ is ideal and a light of guidance in all aspects of human life.

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