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Taught by Arlen Wilcock
|Friday, August 2||11 a.m.||Taylor 147|
Arlen Wilcock received an A.S in Photographic Arts from Dixie State University. He also received a B.S in Broadcast Communications and a M.S. in Instructional Science from BYU. He has taught at BYU-Idaho for nearly 30 years in the field of Educational Technology, which is constantly changing. He has been a lifelong learner in his teaching area.
Arlen Wilcock is married to Wendy, and they have five children, with three daughters and two sons. Both Arlen and Wendy were born and raised in Utah, but their children have been born and raised in Rexburg.
Arlen Wilcock has served in the church in many capacities including, Gospel Doctrine teacher, Elders Quorum President and as a Bishop. He also sang with the BYU Young Ambassadors and the Mormon Youth Chorus.
Becoming a Better Gospel Learner
The Church provides many resources to help us become better teachers, such as the Teaching the Gospel course "Teaching, No Greater Call," the introductory sections of church manuals, and the online teaching helps at lds.org. But not as much information is available to help us become better learners. In this class we will discuss the learner's responsibility in the learning process.