Educator Team Praxis Awards
The educator team praxis awards recognise inspiring teams* who have demonstrated leading learning in “distinct educational praxis” for an Islamic educational setting, meaningfully advancing an Islamic vision for education, enacting this vision/praxis innovatively, with positive impact on the holistic development of Muslim learners.
* The Educator Team Praxis Awards are open to educator teams, leadership teams, or teams in educational support roles such as student advisors and community liaison members. See each Award eligibility.
Nominations are now closed
Educator Team Award for Outstanding Student Wellbeing Program or Policy
This award provides recognition for the outstanding policy, program, or initiative to improve learner, educator, or whole school community wellbeing implemented in an Islamic educational setting in Australia. The policy, program or initiative can apply to learners or learners and staff; a targeted group of learners; or the whole school community.
Educator Team Award for Outstanding Learning Environment [Re]-Design
This award provides recognition for outstanding learning environment [re]-design implemented in an Islamic educational setting in Australia. To be eligible the project must have been completed in 2023.
Educator Team Award for Outstanding Curriculum [Re]-Design or Renewal
This award provides recognition for the outstanding curriculum re-design, enrichment, or renewal initiative developed by an educator team in an Islamic education setting in Australia. This can be school-wide or subject /stage specific.
Educator Team Award for Outstanding Pedagogical [Re]-Design or Renewal
This award provides recognition for the most outstanding pedagogical re-design / renewal initiative implemented in an Islamic educational setting in Australia. The re-design / renewal can be school-wide or classroom/subject specific.
Educator Team Award for Outstanding Professional Learning and Collaboration
This award provides recognition for outstanding professional learning and collaboration system, culture, or approach , leading learning for colleagues, implemented in an Islamic educational setting in Australia.
The Centre for Islamic Thought and Education
The Centre for Islamic Thought and Education (CITE), positioned in the School of Education at the University of South Australia (UniSA) is dedicated to fostering the research-practice nexus for Islamic schools globally. CITE is Australia’s first Centre supporting leaders, educators, and Islamic school communities by advancing thought leadership and research, and offering teacher education and professional learning, relevant to Islamic schools and educational settings, as inspired by Islam’s distinct philosophy of education. CITE is proud to be powering Islamic school leaders and educators of distinction in Australia’s first recognised and accredited degree program based on Islamic Pedagogy.
Australia’s first Islamically-compliant superannuation fund, Crescent Wealth is dedicated to opening up financial security for Australia’s Muslims. Established in 2011 and with a full Authorised Financial Services Licence (AFSL), Crescent Wealth is proud of serving its 12,000 members who have collectively invested their retirement funds with Crescent for over 11 years.