Ramzy Ajem, Dean of Muslim Family Academy
Ramzy Ajem, the dean of Muslim Family Academy, is a curriculum developer, teacher-trainer, and instructor renowned for his expertise in the field of Islamic education. With a comprehensive understanding of modern and traditional educational principles, he has played a pivotal role in shaping the landscape of Islamic education in Canada, both as a practitioner and an advocate.
Ramzy's commitment to advancing Islamic education is evident in his role as one of the founders of Islamic Teacher Education Program (ITEP) in Toronto. Through this initiative, Shaykh Ramzy and his team empowered Muslim educators across North America, contributing to the growth and development of Prophetic Pedagogy. Furthermore, his co-authorship of "Principles of Islamic Pedagogy" underscores his dedication to advancing the theoretical underpinnings of effective Islamic teaching methodologies. His contributions to this work reflect a unique understanding of the principles that inform effective and impactful pedagogy in an Islamic context.
As a co-author of "The Revealed Path: A Comprehensive Curriculum for New-Muslims," Ramzy has been instrumental in creating a resource that serves as a guiding light for individuals on their journey to Islam, Iman and Ihsan. Through his multifaceted roles as a writer, communicator, instructor, and collaborator on influential educational resources, Ramzy Ajem continues to make significant contributions to the field of Islamic education, leaving an indelible mark on both learners and educators alike.
Currently, Shaykh Ramzy teaches at: Masjid Vaughan, Muslim Family Academy, and Dar al-Burhan.
Principles of Islamic Pedagogy: A Teacher's Manual
By: Nadeem Memon & Ramzy Ajem
The Revealed Path: A Guide Book for New Muslims
By: Hasan Lam & Ramzy Ajem
The Revealed Path: First Instructions on Worship (Maliki)
By: Shaykh Ramzy Ajem