Muslims in History and Today

ING provides educational presentations, online curriculum, and other resources that supplement content standards when teaching about Muslims in history and today for grades 7-12.

Live Presentations about Muslims, their Contributions, and History

ING provides live presentations on various topics relating to Muslims and their faith, including Getting to Know Muslim Americans and Their Faith, A History of Muslims in America, Muslim Contributions to Civilization, Muslim Women Beyond the Stereotypes, Islamophobia and Its Impact, Ramadan and Fasting, as well as customized presentations, and diversity trainings for educators. View presentation titles here.

Lesson Plans about Muslims, their Contributions, and History

ING offers online curricula free of charge for educators that supplement national and state content standards when teaching about Muslims in history and today for grades 7-12. Topics include Getting to Know Muslim Americans and Their Faith, A History of Muslims in America, Muslim Contributions to Civilization, and Muslim Women Beyond the Stereotypes. Each curriculum includes a digital presentation and lesson plans with notes that explain each slide in the presentation, as well as discussion questions, activities, and links to films and other resources. View online curricula here.

Online Presentations about Muslim Americans, Ramadan and Islamophobia

For a quick overview about Muslims for your classroom we provide a shorter version of Getting to Know American Muslims and Their Faith with accompanying notes here. For a digital online presentation with accompanying notes about Ramadan and Fasting visit here. For a digital presentation and accompanying notes about Islamophobia and its Impact and a webinar on the topic for educators visit here.

Other Educator Resources

For answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about Islam and Muslims visit here. For answers to specific questions on Sharia, visit here.

For a calendar of important Islamic dates visit here.

For an overview of religious practices of Muslim students in public schools visit here.