Learn Detachment: Students will learn how to acquire skills to detach from ideas, enabling open-minded exploration of alternatives emotionally. Boost Critical Thinking: Students will improve critical thinking to evaluate ideas objectively, considering practicality and relevance. Accept Feedback: Students will develop the ability to welcome constructive feedback, fostering continuous improvement. Enhance Decision-Making: Students will refine decision-making by letting go of fixed notions and adopting a rational approach. Embrace Iteration: Students will understand the value of refining ideas over time, allowing for evolution and improvement.
Hajj Haidar Mazen is an academic educator, translator, and language consultant. He holds a master’s degree in education and a bachelor’s degree in English with double minors in history and Arabic from the University of Texas at Arlington. Haidar has been immersed in education since 2008, working in various capacities as a tutor, teacher, and administrator. He currently teaches advanced English, AP Seminar, and AP Research at an early college high school in Arlington, TX. Additionally, Haidar serves as the principal of Imam Ali Islamic School, focusing on the instruction of The Holy Quran, Islamic Studies, and the Arabic language.