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Personality Development

  • Course level: Intermediate
  • Categories Basic Islamic
  • Duration 12h
  • Total Enrolled 1
  • Last Update May 20, 2021

About Course

After the Completion of te Course, the Participants will Know How to Develop an Islamic Personality, Come out from Depression, Keeping Always Highly Calm, Composed and Motivated and Solve the Problems from Islamic Perspective.

Description

This course is designed to provide an understanding of Personality
Development in Islamic Perspective and the Issues Hindering the
Development of an Islamic Personality among the People in
General and the Muslims in Particular. It Discusses Various Issues,
Different Processes and Major Influences in Physical, Spiritual,
Mental, Cognitive, Familial, Financial, and Social Domain
throughout the Entire Life-Span. It also focuses its Attention on the
Modern-Day Personality-Disorder Syndromes like Depression and
Anxiety, Mental Health, and Identity Crisis and Many More. The
Course Analyzes the Problems and Offers Solutions in the Light of
the Qur’an and Sunnah, taking Examples from the Lives of the
Prophets and Pious Predecessors.

 

Course Conducting Method:
Lecture and Discussion, Quiz/Examination
Problem-Based Learning (PBL), Research-Based Project
Lecture and Discussion, Group Discussion

 

11.1. References:
 Al-Muqaddim. Ulu al-Himmah (High Ambitions).
 Papalia, D. E., & Feldman, R. D. (2018). Experience Human Development, 12th
Ed. McGraw-Hill.
 Santrock, J. (2018). Life-span development, 17th Ed. McGraw-Hill.
 Muhammad Faris. Productive Muslims
 Yasmin Moghahed. Reclaim Your Heart
 AbdulHamid AbuSulaiman and Others. Parent-Child Relation. IIIT, London
11.2. Recommended
 Albar, M. A. (1986). Human development as revealed in the holy Qur’an and
hadith. Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi Publishing & Distributing House.
 Al-Talib, H. (Ed.) (1976). Parent’s manual: A guide for Muslim parents.
Plainfield, IN: American Trust Publication.
 Al-Ulwan, A. N. Translated by Muhammad Mahmoud (2001). Child education in
Islam. Cairo, Egypt: Dar El Salam.
 Hammuda, A. A. A. (1977). The family structure in Islam. Plainfield, IN:
American Trust Publication.

What Will I Learn?

  • Starting the class with Islamic etiquettes
  • Lecturing on the current topic/selected topic
  • Vocabulary for the current topic
  • Exercise for the current topic
  • Ending with some daily usable sentences
  • Question-answer
  • Quiz and Assignments
  • Group Discussion etc.

Topics for this course

5 Lessons12h

Introduction

Definition of Personality & Islamic Personality
Processes and Periods of the Developmental of Islamic personality
Developmental Issues and Model of Islamic Personality
Developmental Psychology from Islamic Perspective
Hindrances Barring the Development of Islamic Personality

Your Best Version : Physically

Your Best Version : Spiritually

Your Best Version : Mentally

Your Best Version : Financially

Your Best Version : Socially

Realities of Life : Problems and Potentials

Realities of Life : Problems and Potentials

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9 Courses

10 students

Free

Material Includes

  • 12 hours on-demand video
  • In Bangla Language
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Audio lessons
  • E-Book
  • Certificate of Completion

Requirements

  • No Requirements

Target Audience

  • Anyone

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