Teaching




At the FSCH, Department physics, I am teaching two courses namely;
1. General physics (mechanics) (GPH 6202)
2. General physics (Electricity and magnetism) (GPH 6202)
3. Practical General physics laboratory. (PGP 6203)
4- Technical Instruments(Medical Instruments)


Course code
Stage: First 
Classroom:  (Hall 2.)
No. of Students: 48


Course code
Stage: First
Classroom: Hall 2 
No. of Students: 48











 P
hilosophy and Teaching
Receiving an education in physics and or is an excellent way to prepare oneself for problem solving and critical thinking tasks to be met in either industry or academic situations. While I do believe the above statement about critical thinking, I also see that there is a waning in the development of practical skills to accompany the knowledge and problem solving abilities that we are teaching the next generation of scientists and engineers. I speak from experience on this issue, having worked both as an physicist in industrial and academic positions. As an experimental physicist. I have a great need for practical skills and knowledge that I feel should have been provided to a greater degree in my own university education. With this in mind it is my goal as a teacher to provide a set of practical skills to enhance the problem solving and critical thinking education that is already well developed in the scientific community. When I speak of practical skills I mean those skills that are necessary to take a solution to completion after critical thinking has revealed a solution. These might be instrumentation issues, or numerical algorithm implementation.