- Conference Media
- New City Catechism
- Read the Bible
BS in Mechanical Engineering
MRE and PhD (Educational Studies)
Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
Tasha started teaching education courses and mentoring women at Covenant Seminary in 2002. Since then she has served with staff teams for Distance Education, Student Life, international students, the Doctor of Ministry program, the Center for Ministry Leadership, and Academic Administration.
Previous to coming to Covenant, she worked in campus ministry and then directed women’s ministry in a local church. She views educational ministry as the lifelong process of growing toward maturity in Christ through the power of the Holy Spirit with the body of Christ. Her courses study relevant applications of current educational research, learning theories, and methods that can strengthen our ministries. Her current consulting and research focuses on leadership and self-stewardship in ministry, cross-cultural learning, and instructional and curriculum design. She co-authored Resilient Ministry: What Pastors Told Us About Surviving and Thriving (IVP, 2013) and contributed to the ESV Women’s Devotional Bible (Crossway, 2014).
Tasha is married to the other Dr. Chapman at the seminary. They have two young adult daughters, who try to keep them media literate. She particularly enjoys hiking and cooking and eating ethnic foods, having never met a chili pepper she didn’t like.
Howard Gardner’s multiple intelligences theory; Jesus's developmental process
Educational use of pop-culture and media; propositional knowledge vs. personal knowledge; the effects of modernism and postmodernism.
How children and adolescents learn and grow in different domains; implications of the stages of cognitive development; Larry Kohlberg’s theory of moral development; William Perry’s Scheme of Cognitive and Ethical Development.
The Gospel as a foundation of teaching; media critique; the use of questions to challenge assumptions.
Q&A and resources.
Chronically anxious systems and calm systems; using questions in order to evaluate systems and one’s role in the system.
Grid of power and interests; power, interests, and relationships when planning a meeting.