Courses Taught at Undergraduate Level: African Traditional Religion and Development, Culture and Development, Christianity and Development.
Courses Taught at Postgraduate Level: Research Methodology I & II (PhD Level), Religion, Culture and Development (MPhil Level), African Pentecostalism/Charismaticism (MPhil Level), and Studies in Modern African Instituted Churches (MPhl Level).
Teaching and Examination of students at both Undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
Ability to adopt teaching Program to Accommodate New data/Ideas or Changed Needs and Objectives (Originality): Committed to developing students’ potentials; and therefore able to adopt teaching programs in conformity with contemporary global development/data through research so as to bring about originality in ideas and to contribute to knowledge.
Regularity and Punctuality of Attendance at Lectures, Tutorials, Seminars, etc.: Since appointment as a lecturer, I have always been regular and punctual at classes and seminars.
Preparation of Materials: I always update lecture notes and take into account, current developments. This is done through research. Lecture sessions are participatory, in which questions and discussions form parts of the lecture. I also make power points presentation.
Ability to complete syllabus on schedule: I have been able to complete the syllabus for all the courses taught within every semester; make arrangements for time for revision before examinations; provide deadlines to assignments and long essays/theses to make students under my supervision finish their project on time.
Quality of Examination Questions: The quality of my examination questions and marking schemes generally has been excellent and highly rated by internal and external moderators. Professor Elorm Dovlo, an external examiner from the Department for the Study of Religion, University of Ghana, Legon, for example, rated the quality of my examination questions at the undergraduate level as "practical, relevant and high".
Punctuality in Setting Examination Questions and Marking Scripts: I am characteristically streamlined and strictly adhere to examination timelines and deadlines for setting examination questions, marking of scripts and submission of examination results to both the Head of Department and the Examination Officer.
Supervision of Long Essays and Theses of Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students: I respectively supervise and assess Long Essays, Phil./MA and PhD Theses of undergraduate and postgraduate students.
Students Reaction to Assessment of my Teaching and Supervision: Students’ reaction to my teaching has often been favorable; and those supervised both at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, often describe my supervision as ‘constructively involving’.