My Philosophy in Teaching

That learning can and should be fun and that students who are active participants learn much more than those whose post is largely negative. Teaching and learning involves inherent decade. Students must agree to take responsibility for their own learning in order to engage and build healthy relationships, and teachers must be willing to participate, as well. When involved so students, learning does not only depend on the rate of delivery of lectures, and to mix and match the pace of education and strategies that aim to meet the needs of a wide range of learning skills is not necessary to weaken in the progress of any students.I welcome a group of students who are actively involved, and think and wonder material presented to them, whether made ​​by me or by another student. I see that scientific research has a positive feedback on the quality of education and knowledge. I encourage my students to participate in research alongside their studies to expand their knowledge..

At the FEDU, DRLE, I am teaching three courses namely;

1. Arabic Rhetoric (Course code)
2. Islamic Systems (ISS8422)
3- Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence (PIJ8433)
4- Civil law (Course code)
5- isul fikh  (Course code)
6- hlum quran (Course code)

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