Church History and Doctrine
 

Teaching Seminary

Teaching Seminary
An introduction to effective seminary teaching, includes discussion related to professional seminary expectations, teaching techniques, classroom management and direct experience in teaching seminary.
REL C
471
 Hours2.0 Credit, 2.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesNone
 NoteWe welcome anyone interested in Seminary or Institute teaching as a part-time or full-time career to take this course. Those not interested in a career as a Seminary or Institute teacher will also benefit as this course will be a blessing to you as a teacher at home or in the church.  There are no limitations to when you can take this course during your academic experience.  We welcome all who want to become Christ-centered, Scripture-based, and Learner-focused teachers.
 TaughtFall, Winter
Course Outcomes: 

Teaching Skills

Acquire understanding and skills that will assist the student as they teach the scriptures in a religious education setting.

Lesson Design

Become effective in designing, preparing, and teaching relevant lessons that will help learners be edified as they study the scriptures.

Practicum

Demonstrate in a practicum experience proficiency of teaching principles and skills taught in the class.

Career Orientation

Understand the requirements for a possible career with Seminaries and Institutes