McKay School Student Joins Fellowship Community

Marcie Calder, school psychology student, received the Services for Transition Age Youth Fellowship

Marcie Calder was selected for support under the Minority Fellowship Program Services for Transition Age Youth (STAY) fellowship. Along with a generous stipend of ten thousand dollars, Calder will attend the APA Convention held in San Francisco and the MFP Psychology Summer Institute in Washington, DC.

Damon Bahr Prepares Students to Teach Elementary Mathematics

When Damon Bahr, associate professor of elementary mathematics education, switched from teaching young children to teaching university students, he had to…

Julia Helzer

Although she considers herself a “California beach bum” at heart, something keeps bringing Julia Helzer back to BYU, and her dedication is paying off in the…

David Williams Explores Formal vs. Informal Evaluation

People perform evaluations constantly; whether choosing what to eat, what to watch, or whom to spend time with, individuals evaluate options and make judgments…

McKay School's Teacher Education Department Undergoes Restructuring

Restructuring an organization as large and complex as the Department of Teacher Education will require months of planning, organizing, meeting, reasoning, and…

Alumnus Publishes Dissertation Research on Effectively Implementing Instructional Innovations

When you look at the outside of a building, the inner structure isn’t immediately visible. So if you tried to build a replica of the building based on your…