A learning and teaching style is an important part of a person’s personality. If the student understands his personality and learning style, he is able to consider the following learning relevant factors in his work and private life:
- How to select information
- Interpretation of the learning content
- Retaining learning content
- Gaining understanding of the learning style of others
Our teaching preferences are shaped by our behavioral preferences. We do or refrain from doing things while teaching because we are convinced that they work or not. The teacher who can flexibly adapt to the learning needs of the students will have the greatest success.
|DUE DATES READING ASSIGNMENTS||TO BE ANNOUNCED|
|DURATION||4 SESSION OF 5 HOURS + READING AND RESEARCH|
|COURSE NO./MODUL||BTH4D8103/SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY|
|COURSE SCRIPT||DR. JOCHEN BUCHTER|
|VIDEO TRANSCRIPT||AVAILABLE IN ENGLISH|
|EXAM /ASSIGNMENT||FINAL PAPER|
DR. EUGENE SAUNDERS
Eugene has served for over 30 years as a pastor, nine years as a Chaplain in the U.S. Army Reserve. He completed his service with the U.S. Army Reserve in July 2013 as the command Chaplain for the 126th CH DET at the 41st ID AFRC in Clackamas. Also, as a Jewish believer in Messiah Yeshua he serves or works with Gateway Church Jewish Ministries, Jews for Jesus, and other Messianic Jewish outreach ministries.
He has an earned Doctor of Ministry from the King’s University in Southlake, Texas. His D.Min. project and/or dissertation is Spirit Formed Discipleship in the Local Church and Local Church Institute published by TREN. Dr. Saunders also has served as director of the Capitol School of Ministry (Sacramento, Ca), Director of recruitment at Canby Bible College and admissions advisor for St. Elias Graduate School and Seminary. He is also currently an instructor for The King’s University and THS Academy.
He currently teaches Ancient Hebrew History (Old Testament I and II), New Testament Survey, A Survey of the Bible, The writings of John, Life of Christ, Supervised Ministry, Church Administration, NT Greek, Biblical Hebrew, and Christian Worldview, Spirit Formed Ministry, and Ethics.
He has written on many topics including Biblical studies, Theology, Ministry, Church History and Christian Ethics. His current writing projects are A Commentary on the Letter to the Hebrews, a biographical Sketch on Christian Ethics in Professional Sports, along with many Sermons and lectures