At the FEDU,   DEPS I am teaching four courses namely;

KOU40703 Course 
Stage: 1th 
Classroom: 1 (Hall no.)
No. of Students: 28

SOC8630 Course
No. of Students:97

SPS8808 Course 
No. of Students:31

My P
hiosophy in Teaching

I cannot teach anybody anything, I can only make them think. -- Socrates

Perhaps teaching statement is a bit of a misnomer. I greatly value the information that I have learned from my years in academia. However, I feel that my role is not necessarily to teach, but rather to engage and challenge students to become independent thinkers so that they can then develop into independent learners. I value the means and not necessarily the ends to learning. That is, I appreciate a person's' ability to walk through the processes in order to derive a certain answer or form a certain statement more than the answer or statement itself. Since my first teaching assignment in 2014, I have challenged myself to instill this frame of thought in my students. My belief is that any student can become proficient in any discipline (or a number of disciplines) if the student has a solid background in scientific language and a firm dedication of becoming an independent learner. Sociology is no exception to this belief. With the two requisites of language and learning in mind, I have framed a solid teaching philosophy. For each exposure that I have to students in my courses, my passion for "teaching" has increased significantly and subsequently, my teaching philosophy has become even more clear>>>