Ronald Hünneman (1961) is a lecturer on the degree programme Arts, Culture and Media (KCM). He has a wealth of teaching experience at levels varying from pre-university education, the Senior Academy and the Adult Education Institute to a school for asylum seekers. In addition, he worked as a teacher at a school for pupils with behavioural problems and as a counsellor for adolescents with contact disorders. He also gives about 35 presentations and training sessions a year.
Hünneman is a highly committed lecturer. He is familiar with the student culture and really understands his target group, which means he is easily approachable. He is always open to input from his students – they are always his first priority. Hünneman’s lectures are exciting and challenging, mainly because he radiates so much enthusiasm. According to his students, Hünneman manages to make even the most dry and tedious subjects interesting. They also highly value his good sense of humour. He knows how to instil commitment and a hunger for knowledge in just about any student. He regularly makes his audience lose all sense of time, which is a true gift. Hünneman discusses new academic theories in his lectures as soon as they emerge, thus combining not just theory and practice but also the present and the past. He also likes to make use of his own PhD research in his lectures.
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