My Teaching Philosophy
Summarized by These Quotations

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"Nothing great was ever accomplished without enthusiasm". (Henry David Thoreau)

"To lead the people, walk behind them.  When the leader's best work is done, the people say, We did it ourselves". (Lao-tze, an Ancient Chinese Philosopher)

"Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler". (Albert Einstein)

"The secret to learning is repetition". (Confusious)

  Dr. Feynman said, "There are two types of knowledge and most of us focus on the wrong one. The first type of knowledge focuses on knowing the name of something. The second focuses on knowing something. These are not the same thing". The famous Nobel Prize winning physicist Richard Feynman understood the difference between knowing something and knowing the name of something. Dr. Feynman said that this was the most important reasons for his success. Dr. Richard Feynman, Theoretical Physis and Noble Prize Winner  
 
 
  Albert Einstein was often asked, "How does it feel to be so smart?" He always explained, "I don't think of myself as being smart, I think of myself as being passionately curious". These two characteristics, passion and curiosity, are the the true keys to learning and knowledge.