Teaching and Learning

This course, taught by Arch Wong at Ambrose Seminary, uses group and experiential learning to provide participants with growing confidence in their identity as communicators in diverse teaching situations.

This course uses group and experiential learning to provide participants with growing confidence in their identity as communicators in diverse teaching situations, aware of the diversities in learners and instructional methodologies relevant to Christian educational ministry.

Seminary: Ambrose Seminary
Keywords: Neuroscience, behavioral sciences, plasticity, brain and mind, theology and emotions, memory

ED-501-Teaching-and-Learning-Syllabus

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