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BYU-Idaho Faculty Workshop - Teaching Students to Think with Michelle Miller

Teaching Students to Think: Insights from Cognitive Psychology Friday, June 19, 2:00 – 3:30 pm There is wide consensus that a college education should equip students with thinking skills such…

From  David Ashby on June 25th, 2020 0 likes 9 plays 0  

BYU-Idaho Faculty Meeting Featuring Dr. Michelle Millar

Dr. Michelle D. Miller serves as Professor of Psychological Sciences and President’s Distinguished Teaching Fellow at Northern Arizona University. Dr. Miller’s academic background is in…

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Democratizing Participation: No Fishing Allowed

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Democratizing Participation: Providing Advanced Notice

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Democratizing Participation: Making the Classroom Safe

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Democratizing Participation: Why We Need More Participation

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Developing Disciples: Creating a Safe Environment

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Developing Disciples: Discovering Divine Potential

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Democratizing Participation: Establishing Expectations

Terry Gorton

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Developing Disciples: Being Authentic

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Developing Disciples: Being a Disciple and Praying for Gifts

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Democratizing Participation: Involving Introverts

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A Tradition of Loving Expectations

Interviews with retired BYU-Idaho employees who share their experiences and advice about helping everyday students see and rise to their potential.

From  mballard on September 23rd, 2016 1 likes 707 plays 0  

2016 OLT Conference: Inspiring Connections

The 2016 Online Learning and Teaching Conference brought in 300 online instructors from around the country to connect and work with campus colleagues, course designers, and online learning…

From  mballard on June 28th, 2016 0 likes 497 plays 0  

Fulfilling the Mission

A retrospective look at the direction BYU-Idaho has taken since its inception. See highlights of remarks by former presidents and current President Clark G. Gilbert that demonstrate the…

From  mballard on April 6th, 2016 36 likes 16,455 plays 53  

George Pettus: BYU-Idaho Student Learning Outcomes Project

George Pettus answers the question: In your most recent teaching experience where you focused on doctrine principle or tools?

From  smelcerch@byui.edu on July 8th, 2015 0 likes 1 plays 0  

Ryan DeVaux: BYU-Idaho Student Learning Outcomes Project

Ryan DeVaux: Why does teaching one another work so well?

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Jenessa Ransom: BYU-Idaho Student Learning Outcomes Project.

Jenessa Ransom answers question: What scripture comes to mind when you think of the Savior teaching?

From  smelcerch@byui.edu on July 8th, 2015 0 likes 2 plays 0  

Elizabeth Eaton: BYU-Idaho Student Learning Outcomes Project

Elizabeth Eaton: What is your teaching metaphor?

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Justin Martines: BYU-Idaho Student Learning Outcomes Project

Justin Martines: What is your metaphore for learning and teaching Justin_Martines

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George Pettus: BYU-Idaho Student Learning Outcomes Project

George Pettus:What is your most recent experience teaching?

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Emma Cooley: BYU-Idaho Student Learning Outcomes Project

Emma Cooley: What is your metaphore for learning and teaching?

From  smelcerch@byui.edu on July 8th, 2015 0 likes 6 plays 0  

Tyson Marsden: BYU-Idaho Student Learning Outcomes Project

Tyson Marsden: What is your metaphor for teaching and learning?

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Trent Rasmussen: BYU-Idaho Student Learning Outcomes Project

Trent Rasmussen answers question: What is your metaphor for teaching and learning?

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Angela Griffith: BYU-Idaho Student Learning Outcomes Project

Angela Griffith answers the question; what is your metaphor for learning and teaching?

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Megan Parker: BYU-Idaho Student Learning Outcomes Project

Megan Parker answers the question; what is your metaphor for learning and teaching?

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Mackenzie Esmond: BYU-Idaho Student Learning Outcomes Project

Mackenzie Esmond answers the question; what is your metaphor for learning and teaching?

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Rebecca Kinghorn:BYU-Idaho Student Learning Outcomes Project

Rebecca Kinghorn answers the question; what is your metaphor for learning and teaching?

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Elizabeth Eaton: BYU-Idaho Student Learning Outcomes Project

Elizabeth Eaton answers the question; what is your metaphor for learning and teaching?

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Sara Jane Hall: BYU-Idaho Student Learning Outcomes Project

Sara Jane Hall answers the question; what is it about a teaching career that appeals to you?

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