In my view the basic principal of teaching is not to solve an specific problem for students, but to make them able to push at their boundaries and come to believe that they can project the real life problems into the general framework and conclude by themselves. I Follow Socrat in “ Education is the kindling of a flame, not the filling of a vessel. ” My teaching philosophy stems from my experience in teaching in economics department in both undergraduate and graduate (Master) levels.
Georgia State University (Department of Economics)
- Health Economics and Policy (Master Level) Econ 8210
- Principles of Microeconomics – Econ 2061
East Carolina University (Department of Mathematics)
- Intermediate Algebra – Math 001