At the FENG, I am teaching three courses namely;
1. Computer Organizations (KOU20314)
2. Computer Architecture (CAR5332)

Stage: 2nd
Classroom: F2H3, F2L2
No. of Students: 31

Stage: UGI-2
Classroom: F2H2
No. of Students: 34

My P
hiosophy in Teaching
    As much I care to innovate and incorporate sophisticated concepts in a classroom, as much I care how my students reacted to those innovations and concepts. 
I believe that learning can and should be fun and that students who are active participants learn much more than those whose participation is largely passive. Teaching and learning involves an inherent contract. Students must agree to take responsibility for their learning in order to engage, and teachers must be willing to be engaged, as well. When students are so engaged, their learning is not solely dependent upon the rate of the delivery of lectures, so a mix and match of pace and teaching strategies designed to meet the needs of a range of learning skills need not be debilitating to the progress of any students. I welcome a group of students who are actively involved, thinking and questioning the material presented to them whether presented by me or by another student. I believe that scientific researches have a positive feedback to teaching quality. I am encouraging my students to be engaged in researches beside their study to expand their cognitive.