This page contains my philosophy of teaching
My teaching has evolved over the past twenty (20) years of working with undergraduate and graduate students.
I believe that I should not only motivate students to learn and target the subject matter, but also teach them how to learn, and doing so in a manner that is relevant, meaningful, and easy to memorize. It's about having a passion for teaching, and conveying that passion to students.
My classes are taught taking into account multiple principles:
∑ activity (each student is an active participant),
∑ cooperation (as teacher, I should develop cooperation among students),
∑ expectations (if I expect more, I will get more, from students and myself),
∑ responsibility (the responsibility of improvement is held by me and students).
During the last three years, I was very encouraged by studentsí feedback as the courses I taught were very well evaluated. Setting high standards for students has always been my principle of providing a good education to contribute in creating individuals who rise to the occasion to meet challenges inside and outside the classroom.
Students must develop problem solving abilities, analytical reasoning power, and must be made aware of their role of sharing knowledge to make a difference as engineers, managers, administrators, and educators. I have been fortunate to teach in two institutions over the past twenty years and see my students graduate and be successful in education, business and various industries.