At the FENG, DSWE, I am teaching below course:
            1. Object Oriented Programming (OOP5309) 






My Philosophy in Teaching

    One of the most fulfilling aspects of teaching is the joy I feel when I see a student get it. I think that the best way to learn is to make the topic enjoyable and to create an environment in which students can have a good time while they learn. I try to express to my students the fact that I think that the topics that I teach are not only interesting and important, but also they are usually fun to learn.  One of the best ways to do this is to maintain a high level of excitement about the topic and express that excitement to students. 

    To provide a quality teaching environment, an educator should be willing to change the way that he or she teaches.  I am open to change and constantly try to reevaluate the courses that I teach with the goal of improving the teaching environment. I believe that one of the most important ways for me to provide high quality teaching is to be prepared for each and every class period. As a student I observed many lectures where the instructor was ill prepared.  I vividly remember the frustration that I felt in those situations and determined that I would not exhibit such behavior in the classes that I teach.

    I encourage and expect participation by each student. The classhalls should not be a venue for one-way communication. An important part of the learning process is expressing individual opinions and receiving feedback about these opinions. In all of the classes that I teach I frequently call on individual students to answer questions or respond to my inquiries.

    I use Information Technology extensively in teaching and managing the courses that I teach. I utilize technology in presentations, in contacting and tracking students, and in disseminating information and course materials.  For example, I often utilize PowerPoint, the Internet, and software packages that are being discussed in the classhalls. In addition, I extensively use tools like e-mail to keep in contact with students. I created a website for all courses taught by me which contains every detail of courses, syllabus, curriculum  home works, coursebooks, student emails, and lecture notes.

    I think that research projects that an educator is involved in is very relevant to teaching. The excitement that I feel in discovery or getting good research results cannot help but spill over into the classes that I teach.  Thus, research and teaching are closely intertwined and are critical to successful teaching.