About the Journal

This journal explores the diverse landscape of contemporary approaches to Islamic education, firmly rooted in Islamic principles and encompassing a variety of methodologies, philosophies and pedagogical frameworks that aim to nurture individuals in the Islamic faith. It synthesises key issues, trends and debates in the field. The paper highlights developments in Islamic education, including traditional madrasa education, modern school systems, online learning platforms and community-based initiatives. It also explores the links between Islamic education and broader educational theories such as constructivism, critical pedagogy and multicultural education, highlighting innovative approaches that combine traditional Islamic teachings with contemporary educational practices. It also discusses the challenges facing Islamic educators, including curriculum development, teacher training and the integration of technology in Islamic learning environments. Finally, the journal emphasises the importance of fostering a dynamic dialogue within the field of Islamic education in order to promote pedagogical innovation, cultural sensitivity and educational equity in diverse Muslim communities around the world.