- Front Matter
- Let Your Light Shine
- “Lift Where You Stand”: A Conversation with Elder Paul V. Johnson
- BYU–Hawaii: A Conversation with Steven C. Wheelwright
- The Role of Art in Teaching LDS History and Doctrine
- Communicating with Parents in Today's Digital World
- Understanding and Teaching Correct Doctrine Correctly
- Teaching for Conversion: Recent Refinements in Teaching and Learning
- Using Elements of Narrative to Engage Students
- The Allegory of the Olive Tree: An Instructional Model for Leaders
- "Beware of Pride": Prophetic Preparation for a Classic Address
- Human Anatomy in the LDS Standard Works
You are an inspirational sight not only because of what you have accomplished but also because of how you’ve chosen to conduct your life.
I would advise teachers, administrators and all involved in CES to keep their eyes focused on the student. Not just the student that is sitting in front of them, but that student twenty years and forty years from now and on to eternity.
Character is what we’re really about at BYU–Hawaii. It’s the character of our learning and how we think about learning.