There is great power in keeping the Savior’s laws of learning and growth. This session will help youth begin to understand how to access this power through sacramental learning which unlocks the power of the Spirit and of the learners’ own potential by obedience to the two great laws of growth: love God with all your heart, might, mind, and strength and love your neighbor as yourself. Based in the learning theories of Walter Gong and Dillon Inouye, this session will focus on the key components of learning: be, do, know. We will explore the power of being a learner-teacher who learns with the intent of helping others. We will consider the key experiences of capturing, expanding, teaching, and evaluating. And we will explore a four-fold framework for organizing and expanding the knowledge we acquire. These powerful keys can assist learners in experiencing the joy and light of truth and growth.
Meet Brigham Dye
Brigham Dye is a member of the American Heritage High School faculty. He has been teaching history, literature, and writing composition to high school students in Utah for eight years, during which time he has also advised student government organizations. He is trained in Socratic teaching methods and educational evaluation. He holds a master’s degree from BYU in instructional psychology and technology as well as a bachelor’s degree in humanities with an emphasis in philosophy. He has published articles on topics related to technology in teacher training, museum education, and undergraduate mentoring. Brigham has also worked in a number of positions within the Boy Scouting organization, and he enjoys the adventures of raising four young children with his wife. He feels honored for the opportunity to work with students at American Heritage School where he can tune hearts and hone minds for service to their families and communities.
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