Teaching Experience
July 1980, AMIA, Cherchell, Algeria (Teaching a course on Differential Equations)
Dr. Chanane has an extensive teaching experience with different educational systems (American, French and British) at different levels in both the French and the English language.
Undergraduate level:
1. Calculus I
2. Calculus II
3. Calculus III
4. Finite Mathematics
5. Applied Calculus
6. Ordinary Differential Equations
7. Methods of Applied Mathematics
8. Function of a Complex Variable
9. Linear and Nonlinear Programming
10. Calculus of Variations and Optimal Control
11. Partial Differential Equations
12. Engineering Mathematics
13. Linear Algebra
14. Numerical Analysis
15. Probability and Statistics
16. Continuous Linear Systems
17. Discrete Linear Systems
18. Linear Control Systems
19. Nonlinear Systems
Graduate level:
20. Methods of Applied Mathematics
21. Complex Analysis
22. Optimal Control
23. Multivariable Control Theory
24. Advanced Mathematical Methods
25. Real Analysis
26. Differential Equations on Time Scales
27. Numerical Analysis for Ordinary Differential Equations
28. Impulsive Control in Continuous and Discrete-Continuous Systems
29. Hilbert Space Methods in Applied Mathematics
30.
Boundary Control of PDEs
Dr. Chanane has sustained a load of two courses a semester over all his years of teaching (around 30 years). He has an extensive experience with different educational systems (American, French and British) at different levels in both French and English languages. It is worth mentioning that he has also taught mathematics at the high school level for two consecutive years (1973-1975) while doing his Bachelor’s degree. It was a very exciting experience to him to teach the so-called modern mathematics to 10^{th} and 11^{th} grade students under the French educational system.
He has attended
· Pedagogy Seminar: INELEC Faculty Development, offered by the Center
for International Programs and Studies, University of Missouri-Rolla, sponsored
by the Algerian Government in cooperation with the Education Development
Center of Boston, Univ. of Missouri-Rolla, May 19-25, 1977.
He is well acquainted in using e-learning for course delivery using the virtual learning environments WebCT, BlackBoard and Moodle and active learning. He has attended the following workshops,
·
Workshop on Instructional
Technology and WebCT course development on the
Internet, Academic Development Center, KFUPM, November 4, 2000- November 8,
2000.
· Workshop on Introduction to outcome-based program and course assessment, Academic Development Center, KFUPM, October 7, 2003.
and acted as facilitator in Workshops on WebCT on several occasions with Academic Development Center, KFUPM. The large number and the diversity of courses taught at all levels and his involvement with different educational systems and students from different background and countries put him in an excellent position to deliver.