At the FENG, DSWE and Department of Petroleum I am teaching three courses namely;
1. Calculus I (KOU20302)
Calculus II (KOU20313)
3. Electrical Principles (KOU20262)
4. Calculus III (KOU20634)

Stage: First
Classroom: F2H2
No. of Students: 37

Stage: First 
Classroom: F2H2
No. of Students:37

Stage: Second
Classroom: F1H4
No. of Students: 47

Stage: Second
Classroom: F1H4
No. of Students: 47
My P
hiosophy in Teaching

The teachers I have had who stand out in my memory have some attributes in common: they presented their subjects in a way that caught my interest, clarified difficult topics and led me through complex areas, and put knowledge into context so that its relevance was apparent. These role models have influenced my approach to teaching: I view myself primarily as a facilitator of learning, rather than as an expert who simply delivers information to students. When planning a curriculum or interacting with students, I am always conscious of their different learning styles and rates, what they have already learned and what they will need to learn in the future. Feedback from students has been vital to the process of growth I have undergone since I began teaching: I learned from them, for example, the pacing of lectures, and effective ways to help them learn in small group discussions.