In any class the most important role of a faculty is to engage students in active learning by creating an environment that students have the opportunity to interact with faculty and their peers.
I provide regular, constructive and timely feedback for class discussions, written assignments and their progress which encourages students to be active learners. In classes such as economics presenting the real world examples and applications gives meaning to the theories and makes these theories more intuitive and enhances all learning styles. Class discussion questions are geared to encourage critical thinking by allowing students learning independently by research and learning form their peers.
M.A. and ABD, Mathematical Economics and Finance Washington State University, Pullman Washington
B.A. Economics, Pahlavi University at the time was associated with University of Pennsylvania