My teaching philosophy has developed through my experience as a Linux Operating System technical instructor, as a previous lecturer for different companies and organizations. In my experience, the most successful classes are those in which there is a high level of student participation. I always try to encourage classroom participation by carefully organizing each lecture. With clear organization, students are more likely to believe they understand the framework of the class and will therefore be willing to ask questions about sections they do not understand. A second technique that I use is asking questions of individual students in order to create a more participatory classroom environment.
I am convinced that courses must be updated regularly, in order for students to benefit from the knowledge they get from these courses later after graduation, and to keep myself up2date and on the same track as others in my same working division around the world.