Revisiting a basic sports fundamental—teamwork—may be the key to fixing physical education, according to BYU professor Keven Prusak.
With the leaves changing color and fall semester in full swing, the faculty and administrators at the McKay School of Education pause to reflect on their adventures from this summer.
Crystal Robinson transitions from education policy to practice.
25 Oct (Saturday)
Title: TEC Lab Workshop: Google Sites
Location: MCKB 185
Time: 11:00 amTEC Lab Workshop: Google Sites11:00 AM
28 Oct (Tuesday)
BYU Dance Assembly
Time: 11:05 AM
Location: Marriott Center
The campus community is in for a treat with the “Into the Mountains” Dance Assembly, presented by the BYU Department of Dance.
This entertaining, uplifting and fun program will feature the best of dance art at BYU. The five BYU traveling dance groups: Ballroom Dance Company, Contemporary Dance Theatre, International Folk Dance Ensemble, Living Legends and Theatre Ballet will perform highlights from their amazing, internationally-tested repertoire. Each number was selected specifically for this assembly, which was inspired by President Worthen’s Inaugural address to “go to the mountains."Devotional: Dance Assembly11:00 AM
29 Oct (Wednesday)
2nd Term Add/Drop Deadline
2nd Term Add/Drop Deadline11:45 PM
30 Oct (Thursday)
Title: BYU-PSP 30th anniversary
Location: Auditorium, Harold B. Lee Library
Time: 12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Click here for more information.BYU-PSP 30th Anniversary12:30 PM
04 Nov (Tuesday)
Elder David F. Evans, a member of the First Quorum of the Seventy of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, will deliver the devotional address on Tuesday, Nov. 4 at 11:05 am in the Marriott Center.Elder Evans was called to serve as a member of the First Quorum of the Seventy on April 2, 2005. He is currently serving as the Executive Director of the Missionary Department. Elder Evans has served in a number of Church callings, including full-time missionary in the Japan Mission, bishop’s counselor, Scoutmaster, stake Young Men president, bishop, stake president’s counselor, stake mission president, stake president, president of the Japan Nagoya Mission (1998-2001), counselor and president of the Asia North Area, and Assistant Executive Director in the Missionary and Priesthood Departments.In 1976, Elder Evans received a bachelor of science degree from the University of Utah in community health education. In 1979, he received his Juris Doctor in law from Brigham Young University. His professional career involved being a partner/attorney for several law firms in Utah. He also served as an executive for an investment banking firm.David Frewin Evans was born in Salt Lake City, Utah, on August 11, 1951. He married Mary S. Evans in 1973. They are the parents of eight children and 20 grandchildren.Devotional: Elder David F. Evans11:00 AM