Amera Syed started teaching Quran with Tajweed and Islamic Studies over 20 years ago after receiving a Certificate in Qirat-al-Quran and Tajweed from Jamia Nizamia Hyderabad, and multiple certificates with honors in Seeratun-Nabi, Hadith, and Islamic History from Jamia-Daarul-Irfaan Hyderabad. She has worked as a teacher at Madinat-ul Uloom in Chicago and MAC’s Al- Furqan School. She is currently working at KMA’s Hikmah Weekend School and has been a Quran, Islamic Studies, supply and subject teacher at Tarbiyah since 2015.
Amera graduated from the ICS school of Educational Training in Pennsylvania, receiving a diploma for Early Childhood Education Program, Teacher’s Aide, Child Development and Behaviour, focusing on how children learn, and classroom management techniques. She has extensive experience and knowledge about student supervision, and an overview of teaching techniques. In her years of experience she has also learned how to gear learning for different types of student learners.
Amera believes that raising and teaching children is an amanah and that every child deserves an equal chance to develop and rise to their full potential. She specializes in and has a strong passion for teaching children how to read the Holy Quran from the Mushaf. Amera enjoys working with children and helping them reach for their dreams through their education. She believes that every child should be valued and treated with respect and that Education should empower a child and help him or her make a positive contribution to our society.
Amera has plans to go back to school to become an Ontario Certified Teacher and graduate from Daar-ul-Uloom in Islamic Science and History insha’Allah.