Having the wonderful opportunity of growing up in Morocco I received an exceptional opportunity to study abroad in the United States. I pursued higher education in Arlington, Texas at the University of Texas in the College of Engineering. I received my B.S. in Computer Science and Engineering. Additionally, I obtained a Master in Mathematics through the College of Science.
Since 20014 I have been math teacher at Prince Mohamed Bin Fahd
University. From 2005-2012 I was a math teacher at Tarrant County College where I teach wonderful students. I have also had the delightful experience of participating as a math instructor in 2007 at the University of Texas at Arlington with economically disadvantaged high school students in the Upward Bound Math & Science Program.
I like teaching because I like working with numbers and with people. I prefer to communicate with my students through eye contact to verify understanding of the concepts or the lack thereof. My teaching philosophy is to demonstrate to students how to solve equations utilizing various mathematical concepts in order to promote the environment of learning. For example, in solving mathematical problems, I always use the baby steps and follow up with more advanced steps.
Decision and utility theory applied to business.