As early years form the foundation for students’ educational careers, we developed a course in Mukabbir that can be adapted to child psychology and address all of the obstacles that we can face in higher education.
Our course is based on early year I (pre-nursery). Early year ii (nursery) and early year iii (kindergarten).
We also developed a special Tarbiah course that starts in the early years so that children not only learn Duas and Ayahs but also absorb their value.
Mukabbir believes that primary education forms the bedrock of development. At Mukabbir, in primary classes, children learn the fundamental skills that prepare them for future goals and active citizenship. Quality education empowers children and youth, protects their health and well-being, and breaks cycles of poverty.
In the primary education system, Mukabbir places students at the center of learning.
In contrast to primary school, in junior high and high school education, Mukabbir places academics at the center of learning along with other skills and activities.
In junior high school education, Mukabbir focused on developing a student’s cognitive, memory, and information processing skills in preparation for the rigors of high school. The goal is to adjust the academic workload and pace expected of them once they enter higher education.