Schedule

2018 Education Week - General Schedule

Last updated on 6/8/2018

AT A GLANCE

 General Schedule 

Check back for updates to the 2018 schedule.

TIME EVENT Description
5:00 AM Swimming Hart Pool open 5 a.m. - 11 p.m. for Ed Week participants. Provide your own modest swimsuit. Free!
7:00 AM Fitness Center and Courts Hart Fitness Center open 5 a.m. - 9 p.m. $3 rental fee for clothing. No children under 12; ages 12-14 with parent. Courts and track in the BYU-Idaho Center and Hart open 5 a.m. - 11 p.m.
9:00 AM Opening Session with Dean Hughes Opening Session in the Taylor Chapel.
9:00 AM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in. Tower (90 lb. minimum) and ground elements.
10:20 AM Garden Tour Guided tour by Reese Nelson. Limited tickets available at check-in.
10:20 AM Planetarium: Perfect Little Planet Limited tickets available at check-in.
10:20 AM Classes
11:00 AM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in. Tower (90 lb. minimum) and ground elements.
11:40 AM Garden Tour Guided tour by Reese Nelson. Limited tickets available at check-in.
11:40 AM Planetarium: Black Holes Limited tickets available at check-in.
11:40 AM Classes
1:00 PM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in. Tower (90 lb. minimum) and ground elements.
1:00 PM Classes
2:00 PM Bowling Open bowling in Manwaring Center 2 - 10 p.m.
2:20 PM Devotional with Jeff Morrin Devotional speaker will be presenting in the Taylor Chapel.
3:00 PM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in. Tower (90 lb. minimum) and ground elements.
3:40 PM Classes
5:00 PM Planetarium: Exploding Universe Limited tickets available at check-in.
5:00 PM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in. Tower (90 lb. minimum) and ground elements.
5:00 PM Classes
6:00 PM Passover Dinner Two-hour activity. $25; limited seating; must be reserved and paid for at time of registration.
6:00 PM Roller Skating Open roller skating 6 - 10 p.m. in Manwaring Center Grand Ballroom.
6:20 PM Planetarium: Exploding Universe Limited tickets available at check-in.
6:20 PM Classes
7:00 PM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in. Tower (90 lb. minimum) and ground elements.
7:30 PM Family Dance Instruction on line dances, social dances, and mixers in an environment that is fun and family friendly.
8:30 PM Youth Dance Youth ages 14-17 are welcome to enjoy an evening of dance and friendship.
TIME EVENT Description
5:00 AM Swimming Hart Pool open 5 a.m. - 11 p.m. for Ed Week participants. Provide your own modest swimsuit. Free!
7:00 AM Fitness Center and Courts Hart Fitness Center open 5 a.m. - 9 p.m. $3 rental fee for clothing. No children under 12; ages 12-14 with parent. Courts and track in the BYU-Idaho Center and Hart open 5 a.m. - 11 p.m.
9:00 AM Planetarium: Perfect Little Planet Limited tickets available at check-in.
9:00 AM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in. Tower (90 lb. minimum) and ground elements.
9:00 AM Classes
10:20 AM Garden Tour Guided tour by Reese Nelson. Limited tickets available at check-in.
10:20 AM Planetarium: Black Holes Limited tickets available at check-in.
10:20 AM Classes
11:00 AM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in. Tower (90 lb. minimum) and ground elements.
11:40 AM Garden Tour Guided tour by Reese Nelson. Limited tickets available at check-in.
11:40 AM Planetarium: Black Holes Limited tickets available at check-in.
11:40 AM Classes
1:00 PM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in. Tower (90 lb. minimum) and ground elements.
1:00 PM Classes
2:00 PM Bowling Open bowling in Manwaring Center 2 - 10 p.m.
2:20 PM Devotional with Rob Eaton Devotional speaker will be presenting in the Taylor Chapel.
3:00 PM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in. Tower (90 lb. minimum) and ground elements.
3:40 PM Classes
5:00 PM Planetarium: Dawn of the Space Age Limited tickets available at check-in.
5:00 PM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in. Tower (90 lb. minimum) and ground elements.
5:00 PM Classes
6:00 PM Roller Skating Open roller skating 6 - 10 p.m. in Manwaring Center Grand Ballroom.
6:20 PM Planetarium: Dawn of the Space Age Limited tickets available at check-in.
6:20 PM Classes
7:00 PM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in. Tower (90 lb. minimum) and ground elements.
7:30 PM Center Stage Performance--Lexi Walker Performance in the Hart Auditorium.
TIME EVENT Description
5:00 AM Swimming Hart Pool open 5 a.m. - 11 p.m. for Ed Week participants. Provide your own modest swimsuit. Free!
7:00 AM Fitness Center and Courts Hart Fitness Center open 5 a.m. - 9 p.m. $3 rental fee for clothing. No children under 12; ages 12-14 with parent. Courts and track in the BYU-Idaho Center and Hart open 5 a.m. - 11 p.m.
9:00 AM Planetarium: Perfect Little Planet Limited tickets available at check-in.
9:00 AM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in. Tower (90 lb. minimum) and ground elements.
9:00 AM Classes
10:20 AM Planetarium: Black Holes Limited tickets available at check-in.
10:20 AM Classes
11:00 AM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in. Tower (90 lb. minimum) and ground elements.
11:40 AM Classes
1:00 PM Planetarium: Stars of the Pharoahs Limited tickets available at check-in.
1:00 PM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in. Tower (90 lb. minimum) and ground elements.
1:00 PM Classes
2:00 PM Bowling Open bowling in Manwaring Center 2 - 10 p.m.
2:20 PM Closing Session with Al Carraway Speaker will be presenting in the Taylor Chapel.
Last updated on 6/8/2018

Classes

 General Schedule

Check back for the list of 2018 classes.

TIME TEACHER CLASS BUILDING/ROOM
10:20 AM Katie Cagle Design Your Life McKay 243
10:20 AM Susan Chadaz The Shield of Faith, Series, Part A: Fostered With Hope, the Faithful Will Conguer Ricks 161
10:20 AM Bruce Cook Rules of Dating (Don't Fall Through Thin Ice!) Hinckley Chapel
10:20 AM Ezra Gwilliam By the Gift and Power of God: The Translation of the Book of Mormon Ricks 147
10:20 AM Richard and Cheri Himmer The Five Tenets of Emotional Intelligence (Series 1, Part A) Austin 210/212
10:20 AM Daris Howard Scholarly Research Insights Into the Lives of the People of the Book of Mormon: Jaredites (Part 1) Benson 108/110
10:20 AM Jonathan and Kylene Jones Got Water: Storing and Producing Safe Drinking Water Austin 204/206
10:20 AM Stanley Kivett Great Truths From the Life of Elijah Manwaring 387
10:20 AM Jonathan Lawrence The Oath and Covenant of the Priesthood and Why It Matters Taylor Chapel/Cultural
10:20 AM Mark Lovell Geologic Evidences for an Old Earth in Preparation for Our Day Romney 172
10:20 AM Bruce Satterfield The Overall Objective of God's Eternal Plan: What Scripture Tells Us of the Celestial Glory and Kingdom (Series, Part 1) Science and Technology Center 375/385/394/398
10:20 AM Lori Schade Protecting Your Children By Protecting Your Marriage Science and Technology Center 201/205
10:20 AM Nathan Tanner Sermons Unspoken Manwaring 372A
11:40 AM Maija-liisa Adams The Wow and Wisdom of Storytelling Benson 219
11:40 AM Susan Chadaz The Sound of the Spirit, Series, Part B: Nurtured By the Word, the Brave Will Triumph Ricks 161
11:40 AM Bruce Cook Money Matters Ricks 173
11:40 AM Rick Davis Socrates, Plato and Aristotle Answer, "What is Truth?" Taylor 120
11:40 AM Jared Gallini Where Have All the Heroes Gone? Taylor Chapel/Cultural
11:40 AM Holly Green and Ina Rodino (see individual images under Hollly Green and Ina Rodino) Seek Ye Out of the Best Books McKay 243
11:40 AM Ezra Gwilliam The Gifts and Fruits of the Spirit Ricks 147
11:40 AM Richard and Cheri Himmer Taking 100 Percent Ownership For Your Emotional and Spiritual Happiness (Series 2, Part A) Austin 210/212
11:40 AM Donna Howard Primary Music in the Nursery Taylor 140
11:40 AM Jonathan and Kylene Jones What Is That Smell: Sanitation When Systems Fail Austin 204/206
11:40 AM Layne Kinghorn Disconnect to Reconnect Manwaring 372A
11:40 AM Paulette Kirkham Confronting the Myth of Self-Esteem Benson 287
11:40 AM Angie Kivett The Family History Guide Manwaring 387
11:40 AM Anne Maxson Chasing the Light: FInding and Clinging to the Gospel While Surrounded By Darkness Benson 224
11:40 AM Sam Nielson Fishing With Grass: A Look at Rod Making From Split Bamboo McKay 152
11:40 AM Bruce Satterfield The Purpose and Objective of the Second Estate, the 7000 Years fo the Earth's Temporal Existence in God's Eternal Plan (Series, Part 2) Science and Technology Center 375/385/394\398
1:00 PM Ross Baron Enhancing Your Scripture Study Taylor Chapel/Cultural Hall
1:00 PM Mike Christopherson How to Be Cool to Everyone Hinckley 240/260
1:00 PM Tania Finn Looking to the Liahona: Letting the Lord Lead (1 Nephi 16:16) Austin 204/206
1:00 PM Nettie Francis Principles and Practices of Purposeful Motherhood Benson 287
1:00 PM Ryan Gardner The First That Should Rise: A Restored Perspecitve of the Ascension of Jesus Christ Austin 210/212
1:00 PM Marvin Goldstein and Vanessa Joy Congregational Singing: Why We Have Hymns (Part 1) Manwaring 372A
1:00 PM Richard and Cheri Himmer Incivility and Trauma (Series 3, Part A) Science and Technology Center 361/367
1:00 PM Daris Howard Insights into the Spirit World: What Will It Be Like When We Die? Benson 108/110
1:00 PM Adam and Nadine Luke (see Adam's image under Adam Luke) Music and the Spoken Word: The Development of Sacred Music McKay 220
1:00 PM Tarrah Montgomery Lessons From a Love Song: How Can We Find Peace When We Feel Depressed and Alone? Ricks 161
1:00 PM David Peck The Children of Abraham: Lessons of Faith and Devotion from the People of the Holy Land Taylor 120
1:00 PM Tim Rarick Parenting From the Inside Out: A Heart Examination (Series, Part 1) Manwaring 387
1:00 PM Cole Ratcliffe Common Colds of Marriage: Losing That Loving Feeling Science and Technology Center 201/205
1:00 PM Bruce Satterfield Moroni, Joseph Smith, and The Promises Made to the Fathers: Restoration Background (Series, Part 3) Science and Technology Center 375/385/394/398
1:00 PM Rhonda Seamons Great Reads for Families Benson 219
1:00 PM Megan Smith Food Storage: Meal Planning and Organization Benson 270
3:40 PM Maija-liisa Adams Vision to Learn, Live, Love and Give (Personal Mission Statement) Benson 219
3:40 PM Jon Fackrell The Wonder of 3D Printing McKay 190
3:40 PM Matthew Fackrell Stress and Anxiety Are a Part of Our Lives, but There Are Things We Can Do to Help Benson 287
3:40 PM Russell Gaede Building Your Own Temple Ricks 147
3:40 PM Marvin Goldstein and Vanessa Joy Music is a Gift of God: Singing With the Spirit (Part 1) Manwaring 372A
3:40 PM Paulette Kirkham Teens: Not Problems to Be Solved; Rather Problem Solvers Science and Technology Center 375/385/394/398
3:40 PM Mark Lovell Geologic Evidences for an Old Earth in Preparation for Our Day Romney 172
3:40 PM Adam Luke Care of Magical Creatures McKay 220
3:40 PM Mark Mathews The Temple Series (Part 1): That They May Behold the Face of God Taylor 120
3:40 PM Anne Maxson Chasing the Light: FInding and Clinging to the Gospel While Surrounded By Darkness Benson 224
3:40 PM Adrianne Moea'i The Struggle to Be Enough Ricks 173
3:40 PM Tarrah Montgomery Lessons From a Fairy Tale: Where Is our Castle and Happily Ever After? Ricks 161
3:40 PM Kevin Packard For He Is Full of Grace and Truth (Part 1) Taylor Chapel/Cultural
3:40 PM Lindsey Pence Empowering Others During Times of Change Through Mentoring/Coaching Conversations Benson 270
3:40 PM Cole Ratcliffe Common Colds of Marriage: Losing That Loving Feeling Science and Technology Center 201/205
3:40 PM Nathan Richardson The Two Falls, Part 1: Does Sinning Make Me Wiser? Manwaring 387
5:00 PM Steve Davis Breaking the Chains of Worry and Anxiety Manwaring 372A
5:00 PM Layne Kinghorn Disconnect to Reconnect Ricks 147
5:00 PM Kevin Packard Divine Tentacles Taylor Chapel/Cultural
5:00 PM Nathan Richardson The Two Falls, Part 2: The Plan of Salvation Like You Have Never Seen It Drawn Manwaring 387
5:00 PM Megan Smith Cooking Unplugged: Retained Heat Cooking Benson 270
5:00 PM Rob Stewart Compelling Reasons to Reduce Your Stress (Improved Health, More Happiness, and a Better Marriage Benson 108/110
5:00 PM Holly J. Wood Look Up! Ricks 161
6:20 PM Scott Gardner Teaching Our Children the Joy of Eternal Marriage: Being Marriage Missionaries Ricks 173
6:20 PM Adrianne Moea'i The Struggle to Be Enough Ricks 161
6:20 PM Nathan Richardson The Two Falls, Part 3: The Humility Cycle Manwaring Center 387
6:20 PM Brian Stutzman Forgotten Church History: Warsaw, Illinois in the 1840's Taylor 120
TIME TEACHER CLASS BUILDING/ROOM
9:00 AM Rex Butterfield Isaiah and the Scattering and Gathering of Israel Taylor Chapel/Cultural Hall
9:00 AM Jon Fackrell The Wonder of 3D Printing McKay 190
9:00 AM Jared Gallini How to Teach, and Preach, and Work As Missionaries Do Ricks 161
9:00 AM Ryan Gardner Drawing Upon the Power of Jesus Christ By Living His Doctrine Austin 210/212
9:00 AM Scott Gardner Teaching Our Children the Joy of Eternal Marriage: Being Marriage Missionaries Ricks 173
9:00 AM Holly Green Yellowstone National Park: Wonderland of the West McKay 220
9:00 AM Jonathan and Kylene Jones No Power; No Problem: How to Cook When the Lights Go Out Austin 204/206
9:00 AM Layne Kinghorn Disconnect to Reconnect Ricks 147
9:00 AM Stanley Kivett The Fall and Redemption as Taught in the Wilderness Motif and the Tabernacle Manwaring 387
9:00 AM Mark Mathews The Temple Series (Part 2): Committed Unto us the Keys Taylor 120
9:00 AM Sam Nielson Iron Acorn Press: Open Session McKay 249
9:00 AM Kevin Packard The Parable of the Lost Sheep (Part 1) Benson 287
9:00 AM Lori Schade He Said, She Said: Identifying Your Negative Marital Cycls and Learning to Interrupt Them Science and Technology Center 201/205
9:00 AM Rhonda Seamons Great Reads for Families Benson 219
9:00 AM Carleen Tanner Take Back Our Family: Binding for Eternity Manwaring 372A
9:00 AM Abby Zenger What Do You Need to Know Before Leaving Home? Hinckley 240/260
10:20 AM Susan Chadaz The Battle of the Fearless, Series, Part C: Trained in Truth, the Courageous Will Vanquish Their Loss Ricks 161
10:20 AM Nettie Francis Principles and Practices of Family Organization Benson 287
10:20 AM Holly Green and Ina Rodino (see individual images under Hollly Green and Ina Rodino) Seek Ye Out of the Best Books McKay 243
10:20 AM Richard and Cheri Himmer Creating a Safe Container for Children (Series1, Part B) Science and Technology Center 361/367
10:20 AM Daris Howard Scholarly Research Insights Into the Lives of the People of the Book of Mormon: Lehi (Part 2) Benson 108/110
10:20 AM Layne Kinghorn Disconnect to Reconnect Ricks 147
10:20 AM Stanley Kivett What Joseph of Egypt Can Teach Us About Jesus Christ Manwaring 387
10:20 AM Mark Lovell Geologic Evidences for an Old Earth in Preparation for Our Day Romney 172
10:20 AM Sam Nielson Iron Acorn Press: Open Session McKay 249
10:20 AM David Peck The Children of Abraham: Lessons of Faith and Devotion from the People of the Holy Land Taylor 120
10:20 AM Bruce Satterfield The Age of Adam and Enoch and the Establishment of the Chosen Seed or the Lord's Servant Seed (Series, Part 4) Science and Technology Center 375/385/394/398
10:20 AM Lori Schade Building Secure Closeness Despite Gender Differences Science and Technology Center 201/205
10:20 AM Nathan Tanner Ministers Wanted! Manwaring 372A
10:20 AM Tim Thomas Creating an Extra-Ordinary Life Through the Gospel of Jesus Christ Taylor Chapel/Cultural
11:40 AM Maija-liisa Adams The Shock of Body Talk (Body Language) Benson 219
11:40 AM Rex Butterfield Isaiah and the Scattering and Gathering of Israel Benson 108/110
11:40 AM Katie Cagle Design Your Life McKay 243
11:40 AM Susan Chadaz The War We Are Winning, Series, Part D: Blessed With Joy and Promised Blessings to Come, We Will Win! Ricks 161
11:40 AM Rick Davis Socrates, Plato and Aristotle Answer, "What is Truth?" Taylor 120
11:40 AM Laurie Francis Cherished Scripture, History of the Bible, Part 1 McKay 220
11:40 AM Ezra Gwilliam The 2000 Stripling and Starving Warriors Taylor Chapel/Cultural
11:40 AM Richard and Cheri Himmer The Anatomy of a Conversation (Series 2, Part B) Science and Technology Center 361/367
11:40 AM Donna Howard Primary Music for Junior Primary Taylor 140
11:40 AM Jonathan and Kylene Jones Let the Storm Rage On: Survive Freezing Temperatures Without Electricity Austin 204/206
11:40 AM Angie Kivett The Family History Guide Manwaring 387
11:40 AM Anne Maxson You Want Me to Do What?: Following Through When the Lord Changes Your Plans Benson 224
11:40 AM Sam Nielson Iron Acorn Press: King James: Open Session McKay 249
11:40 AM Bruce Satterfield The Enochian Covenant: The Promises made to Enoch, Noah, and Melchizedek (Series, Part 5) Science and Technology Center 375/385/394/398
11:40 AM Tyler Tanner Analysis of the Plagues of Egypt and Their Prophetic Significance to Us Today Manwaring 372A
1:00 PM Ross Baron The Savior's Interaction With Women in the New Testament Taylor Chapel/Cultural Hall
1:00 PM Tania Finn The Blessing of a Broken Bow (1 Nephi 16: 24) Austin 204/206
1:00 PM Nettie Francis Principles and Practices of Purposeful Motherhood Benson 287
1:00 PM Laurie Francis Cherished Scripture, History of the Bible, Part 2 McKay 220
1:00 PM Ryan Gardner The First That Should Rise: A Restored Perspecitve of the Ascension of Jesus Christ Austin 210/212
1:00 PM Marvin Goldstein and Vanessa Joy Congregational Singing: Praising with Song (Part 2) Manwaring 372A
1:00 PM Richard and Cheri Himmer Repentance and Our Willingness to be Found (Series 3, Part B) Science and Technology Center 361/367
1:00 PM Mark Mathews The Temple Series (Part 3): That I May Reveal Mine Ordinances Taylor 120
1:00 PM Tarrah Montgomery Lessons From a Beauty Pageant: How Can We Make Improvements Toward Real Beauty Without Obsessing Over Toxic Perfection? Ricks 161
1:00 PM Sam Nielson Iron Acorn Press: King James: Open Session McKay 249
1:00 PM Brian Pyper Faith and Science for Latter-day Saint Youth Hinckley 240/260
1:00 PM Tim Rarick Parenting From the Inside Out: A Heart Examination (Series, Part 2) Manwaring 387
1:00 PM Cole Ratcliffe Common Colds of Marriage: Anger, Anxiety, and Unmet Needs Science and Technology Center 201/205
1:00 PM Bruce Satterfield The Abrahamic Covenant: The Promises Made to Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and Joseph (Series, Part 6) Science and Technology Center 375/385/394/398
1:00 PM Megan Smith Cooking With Food Storage: Success Arises From Knowledge (Series, Part 2) Benson 270
3:40 PM Maija-liisa Adams Livin' in Vision, Mission, Decision and Revision (Living Your Personal Mission Statement) Benson 219
3:40 PM Rex Butterfield Persuading the Elephant: Helping to Facilitate Change Taylor 120
3:40 PM Russell Gaede Building Resiliency: Conquering the Adversity in Our Life Ricks 147
3:40 PM Scott Gardner Teaching Our Children the Joy of Eternal Marriage: Being Marriage Missionaries Ricks 173
3:40 PM Marvin Goldstein and Vanessa Joy Music is a Gift of God: The Gospel Compels Us to Sing (Part 2) Manwaring 372A
3:40 PM Ronald Hammond Temple Worship: Worthiness to Holiness Benson 108/110
3:40 PM Paulette Kirkham Makers, Shakers, and Disrupters: The Impact of One Person Science and Technology Center 375/385/394/398
3:40 PM Mark Lovell Geologic Evidences for an Old Earth in Preparation for Our Day Romney 172
3:40 PM Anne Maxson You Want Me to Do What?: Following Through When the Lord Changes Your Plans Benson 224
3:40 PM Adrianne Moea'i The Struggle to Be Enough Ricks 161
3:40 PM Sam Nielson Binding Butterflies: Simple Bookbinding Techniques McKay 243
3:40 PM Kevin Packard For He is Full of Grace and Truth (Part 2) Taylor Chapel/Cultural
3:40 PM Lindsey Pence Empowering Others During Times of Change Through Mentoring/Coaching Conversations Benson 270
3:40 PM Cole Ratcliffe Common Colds of Marriage: Anger, Anxiety, and Unmet Needs Science and Technology Center 201/205
3:40 PM Nathan Richardson Temples and the Atonement, Part 1: How 99 percent of Us Explain the Atonement Wrong Manwaring 387
3:40 PM Ina Jane Rodino Treasures of the Vault McKay 220
5:00 PM Ron Anderson Hebrew Words That Deepen Gospel Understanding Taylor Chapel/Cultural Hall
5:00 PM Fernando Castro From Helam to Zarahemla Insights Into a Journey of Discipleship Benson 219
5:00 PM Steve Davis Breaking the Chains of Worry and Anxiety Manwaring 372A
5:00 PM Matthew Fackrell Ten Lessons Learned From the War Chapters in the Book of Alma, That if Followed, Will Help Us Live Our Lives Benson 287
5:00 PM Tania Finn The Blessing of a Broken Bow (1 Nephi 16: 24) Austin 204/206
5:00 PM Kevin Packard Agency: Where the Inside Is Larger Than the Outside Taylor 120
5:00 PM Nathan Richardson Temples and the Atonement, Part 2: How Ancient Temple Symbolim Can Enrich Your Temple Experience Manwaring 387
5:00 PM Megan Smith Cooking Unplugged: Retained Heat Cooking Benson 270
5:00 PM Rob Stewart Compelling Reasons to Reduce Your Stress (Improved Health, More Happiness, and a Better Marriage Benson 108/110
5:00 PM Jason Williams What Learning About American Protestantism Taught Me About Mormonism Austin 210/212
5:00 PM Holly J. Wood Look Up! Ricks 161
6:20 PM Ron Anderson The 10 Trials of Abraham Taylor Chapel/Cultural Hall
6:20 PM Steve Davis Networking 101 Manwaring 372A
6:20 PM Adrianne Moea'i The Struggle to Be Enough Ricks 161
6:20 PM Nathan Richardson Temples and the Atonement, Part 3: How the Temple Rooms Teach the Plan of Salvation Manwaring 387
6:20 PM Brian Stutzman Forgotten Church History: Warsaw, Illinois in the 1840's Taylor 120
TIME TEACHER CLASS BUILDING/ROOM
9:00 AM Ron Anderson Isaiah, Christ, and the Atonement Taylor Chapel/Cultural Hall
9:00 AM Fernando Castro From Helam to Zarahemla Insights Into a Journey of Discipleship Benson 219
9:00 AM Steve Davis College Success 101 Ricks 173
9:00 AM Tania Finn Constructing Your Ship in the Lord's Way (1 Nephi 17:8) Austin 210/212
9:00 AM Jared Gallini How to Teach, and Preach, and Work As Missionaries Do Ricks 161
9:00 AM Marvin Goldstein and Vanessa Joy Music is a Gift of God: Music with a Good Message (Part 3) Manwaring 372A
9:00 AM Donna Howard Beginning Ukulele Benson 108/110
9:00 AM Benjamin Hyde Preparing for an Education After High School Hinckley 240/260
9:00 AM Jonathan and Kylene Jones Designer Food Storage Plans: Food Just the Way YOU Like It Austin 204/206
9:00 AM Mark Mathews The Temple Series (Part 4): There are Three Heavens and in Order to Obtain the Highest Taylor 120
9:00 AM Kevin Packard The Parable of the Lost Sheep (Part 2) Benson 287
9:00 AM Cole Ratcliffe Common Colds of Marriage: Poor Communication Science and Technology Center 201/205
9:00 AM Eric Richards The Book of Revelation: Preparing for the Second Coming (Series, Part 1) Ricks 147
9:00 AM Nathan Richardson Judgy McJudgeface: Judging Without Being Judgmental Manwaring 387
10:20 AM Ron Anderson Gospel Symbols and Symbolism Taylor Chapel/Cultural Hall
10:20 AM Nettie Francis Principles and Practices of Family Organization Benson 287
10:20 AM Ryan Gardner Drawing Upon the Power of Jesus Christ By Living His Doctrine Austin 210/212
10:20 AM Ezra Gwilliam Divine Principles of Dating Taylor 120
10:20 AM Richard and Cheri Himmer Intimacy in Marriage (Series 1, Part C) Science and Technology Center 361/367
10:20 AM Daris Howard Scholarly Research Insights Into the Lives of the People of the Book of Mormon: Mulekites and Others (Part 3) Benson 108/110
10:20 AM Benjamin Hyde Saved (and Changed) By Grace Ricks 173
10:20 AM Tarrah Montgomery and Susan Chadez (see individual images under Tarrah Montgomery and Susan Chadez) Lessons From a Published Author: What Do You Wish You Had Known, When Starting Your Writing Adventure? Ricks 161
10:20 AM Eric Richards The Book of Revelation: Preparing for the Second Coming (Series, Part 2) Ricks 147
10:20 AM Nathan Richardson Insights From Overarching Patters in the Doctrine and Covenants Manwaring 387
10:20 AM Bruce Satterfield The Israelite National Covenant: The Promises Made to the House of Israel (Series, Part 7) Science and Technology Center 375/385/394/398
10:20 AM Lori Schade Healing Violations of Trust in Marriage Science and Technology Center 201/205
10:20 AM Nathan Tanner Hope More Lively Manwaring 372A
11:40 AM Russell Gaede Learning to Love Yourself Taylor Chapel/Cultural
11:40 AM Ronald Hammond Temple Worship: Worthiness to Holiness Taylor 120
11:40 AM Richard and Cheri Himmer The Anatomy of a Conversation (Series 2, Part C) Science and Technology Center 361/367
11:40 AM Donna Howard Primary Music for Senior Primary Taylor 140
11:40 AM Paulette Kirkham Confronting the Myth of Self-Esteem Benson 287
11:40 AM Mark Lovell Geologic Evidences for an Old Earth in Preparation for Our Day Romney 172
11:40 AM Anne Maxson Prioritizing the Family: Finding the Great Work of Your Life Benson 224
11:40 AM Eric Richards The Book of Revelation: Preparing for the Second Coming (Series, Part 3) Ricks 147
11:40 AM Nathan Richardson Fourteen Fundamentals in Following the Prophet: Maybe the Prophets Actually Know What They Are Doing Manwaring 387
11:40 AM Bruce Satterfield The Davidic Covenant: The Promise Made to King David (Series, Part 8) Science and Technology Center 375/385/394/398
11:40 AM Brian Stutzman Forgotten Church History: Warsaw, Illinois in the 1840's Austin 204/206
11:40 AM Tyler Tanner An Endowment of Power From on High Manwaring 372A
11:40 AM Jason Williams What Learning About American Protestantism Taught Me About Mormonism Austin 210/212
11:40 AM Holly J. Wood You CAN Write a Novel Ricks 161
1:00 PM Ron Anderson Hebrew Words That Deepen Gospel Understanding Taylor 120
1:00 PM Fernando Castro From Helam to Zarahemla Insights Into a Journey of Discipleship Benson 219
1:00 PM Tania Finn Constructing Your Ship in the Lord's Way (1 Nephi 17:8) Austin 204/206
1:00 PM Jared Gallini Where Have All the Heroes Gone? Ricks 161
1:00 PM Marvin Goldstein and Vanessa Joy Congregational Singing: Singing Is a Prayer (Part 3) Manwaring 372A
1:00 PM Richard and Cheri Himmer The Healing Power of Forgiveness: Why Mis-Takes Always Get Re-Takes (Series 3, Part C) Science and Technology Center 361/367
1:00 PM Donna Howard Primary Music for Junior Primary Taylor 140
1:00 PM Anne Maxson Prioritizing the Family: Finding the Great Work of Your Life Benson 224
1:00 PM Tim Rarick Parenting From the Inside Out: A Heart Examination (Series, Part 3) Manwaring 387
1:00 PM Cole Ratcliffe Common Colds of Marriage: Poor Communication Science and Technology Center 201/205
1:00 PM Bruce Satterfield The Fulfillent of the Promise Made to the Fathers in the Last Days and the Millennium (Series, Part 9) Science and Technology Center 375/385/394/398
1:00 PM Megan Smith Cooking Unplugged: Powerless and Low Fuel Cooking (Series, Part 3) Benson 270
1:00 PM Tim Thomas Creating an Extra-Ordinary Life Through the Gospel of Jesus Christ Taylor Chapel/Cultural
1:00 PM Jason Williams What Learning About American Protestantism Taught Me About Mormonism Austin 210/212

ACTIVITIES

 General Schedule

DATE TIME ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION LOCATION
8/2/2018 5:00 AM Swimming

Hart Pool open 5 a.m. - 11 p.m. for Ed Week participants. Provide your own modest swimsuit. Free!

Hart 215 - Swimming Pool
8/2/2018 7:00 AM Fitness Center and Courts

Hart Fitness Center open 5 a.m. - 9 p.m. $3 rental fee for clothing. No children under 12; ages 12-14 with parent. Courts and track in the BYU-Idaho Center and Hart open 5 a.m. - 11 p.m.

Hart Building and BYU-Idaho Center
8/2/2018 9:00 AM Opening Session with Dean Hughes

Opening Session will be presented in the Taylor Chapel.

Taylor Chapel
8/2/2018 9:00 AM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower. Learn skills like team building, problem-solving, support, trust, and unity. Two hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.

50 West 7th South adjacent to playfields
8/2/2018 10:20 AM Garden Tour

Limited tickets available at check-in. Groups meet at picnic shelter for guided tour by Reese Nelson, faculty in Department of Applied Plant Science.

Thomas E. Ricks Gardens
8/2/2018 10:20 AM Planetarium: Perfect Little Planet

An alien family from another star system, seeking a place for a family vacation, explores our solar system. Pluto, Saturn, Jupiter, or Mars. Which destination would you choose?  (35 minutes. Grades 2 and above.) Limited tickets available at check-in.

Romney 107
8/2/2018 11:00 AM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower. Learn skills like team building, problem-solving, support, trust, and unity. Two hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.

50 West 7th South adjacent to playfields
8/2/2018 11:40 AM Garden Tour

Limited tickets available at check-in. Groups meet at picnic shelter for guided tour by Reese Nelson, faculty in Department of Applied Plant Science.

Thomas E. Ricks Gardens
8/2/2018 11:40 AM Planetarium: Black Holes

Few mysteries in the universe have the power and awe of the black hole. What are they? How are they made? Is the earth in danger of being pulled into one? This show features 3-D simulations. (40 minutes. Grades 7 and above.) Limited tickets available at check-in.

Romney 107
8/2/2018 1:00 PM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower. Learn skills like team building, problem-solving, support, trust, and unity. Two hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.

50 West 7th South adjacent to playfields
8/2/2018 2:00 PM Bowling

Open bowling 2 - 10 p.m. 

Manwaring Center 173 - Bowling Alley
8/2/2018 2:20 PM Devotional with Jeff Morrin

Speaker will be presenting in the Taylor Chapel.

Taylor Chapel
8/2/2018 3:00 PM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower. Learn skills like team building, problem-solving, support, trust, and unity. Two hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.

50 West 7th South adjacent to playfields
8/2/2018 5:00 PM Planetarium: Exploding Universe

Out of devastating events in the cosmos comes new creation. Explosive phenomena are responsible for the universe today, from supernovas to supervolcanoes.  As the universe has transformed, even the most elementary particles have endured. Follow a single proton through some of the universe's most violent moments, as it participates in nature's astounding events of rebirth and renewal. (5th grade and up. 30 minutes)

Romney 107
8/2/2018 5:00 PM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower. Learn skills like team building, problem-solving, support, trust, and unity. Two hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.

50 West 7th South adjacent to playfields
8/2/2018 6:00 PM Passover Dinner

Experience the traditions of the passover with a presentation by Ron Anderson, a faculty member in the BYU-Idaho Department of Religious Education. Two-hour activity. $25; limited seating; must be reserved and paid for at time of registration.

Manwaring Center, Dance Studio 201
8/2/2018 6:00 PM Roller Skating

Open roller skating 6 - 10 p.m. in Manwaring Center Grand Ballroom.

Manwaring Center 220 Grand Ballroom
8/2/2018 6:20 PM Planetarium: Exploding Universe

Out of devastating events in the cosmos comes new creation. Explosive phenomena are responsible for the universe today, from supernovas to supervolcanoes.  As the universe has transformed, even the most elementary particles have endured. Follow a single proton through some of the universe's most violent moments, as it participates in nature's astounding events of rebirth and renewal. (5th grade and up. 30 minutes)

Romney 107
8/2/2018 7:00 PM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower. Learn skills like team building, problem-solving, support, trust, and unity. Two hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.

50 West 7th South adjacent to playfields
8/2/2018 7:30 PM Family Dance

Instruction on line dances, social dances, and mixers in an environment that is fun and family friendly.

Hinckley Gym 260/270
8/2/2018 8:30 PM Youth Dance

Youth ages 14-17 are welcome to enjoy an evening of dance and friendship.

Hinckley Gym 260/270
8/3/2018 5:00 AM Swimming

Hart Pool open 5 a.m. - 11 p.m. for Ed Week participants. Provide your own modest swimsuit. Free!

Hart 215 - Swimming Pool
8/3/2018 7:00 AM Fitness Center and Courts

Hart Fitness Center open 5 a.m. - 9 p.m. $3 rental fee for clothing. No children under 12; ages 12-14 with parent. Courts and track in the BYU-Idaho Center and Hart open 5 a.m. - 11 p.m.

Hart Building and BYU-Idaho Center
8/3/2018 9:00 AM Planetarium: Perfect Little Planet

An alien family from another star system, seeking a place for a family vacation, explores our solar system. Pluto, Saturn, Jupiter, or Mars. Which destination would you choose?  (35 minutes. Grades 2 and above.) Limited tickets available at check-in.

Romney 107
8/3/2018 9:00 AM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower. Learn skills like team building, problem-solving, support, trust, and unity. Two hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.

50 West 7th South adjacent to playfields
8/3/2018 10:20 AM Garden Tour

Limited tickets available at check-in. Groups meet at picnic shelter for guided tour by Reese Nelson, faculty in Department of Applied Plant Science.

Thomas E. Ricks Gardens
8/3/2018 10:20 AM Planetarium: Black Holes

Few mysteries in the universe have the power and awe of the black hole. What are they? How are they made? Is the earth in danger of being pulled into one? This show features 3-D simulations. (40 minutes. Grades 7 and above.) Limited tickets available at check-in.

Romney 107
8/3/2018 11:00 AM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower. Learn skills like team building, problem-solving, support, trust, and unity. Two hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.

50 West 7th South adjacent to playfields
8/3/2018 11:40 AM Garden Tour

Limited tickets available at check-in. Groups meet at picnic shelter for guided tour by Reese Nelson, faculty in Department of Applied Plant Science.

Thomas E. Ricks Gardens
8/3/2018 11:40 AM Planetarium: Black Holes

Few mysteries in the universe have the power and awe of the black hole. What are they? How are they made? Is the earth in danger of being pulled into one? This show features 3-D simulations. (40 minutes. Grades 7 and above.) Limited tickets available at check-in.

Romney 107
8/3/2018 1:00 PM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower. Learn skills like team building, problem-solving, support, trust, and unity. Two hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.

50 West 7th South adjacent to playfields
8/3/2018 2:00 PM Bowling

Open bowling 2 - 10 p.m. 

Manwaring Center 173 - Bowling Alley
8/3/2018 2:20 PM Devotional with Rob Eaton

Speaker will be presenting in the Taylor Chapel.

Taylor Chapel
8/3/2018 3:00 PM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower. Learn skills like team building, problem-solving, support, trust, and unity. Two hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.

50 West 7th South adjacent to playfields
8/3/2018 5:00 PM Planetarium: Dawn of the Space Age

From the launch of the first artificial satellite Sputnik, to the magnificent lunar landings and privately operated space flights. Re-live the excitement of the early days of space exploration. Be immersed with this historic reconstruction of Man's first steps into space. Who were the people that took part in these death defying endeavors? Witness their drive, their passion, and their perseverance to explore. (40 minutes. 5th grade and up.)

Romney 107
8/3/2018 5:00 PM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower. Learn skills like team building, problem-solving, support, trust, and unity. Two hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.

50 West 7th South adjacent to playfields
8/3/2018 6:00 PM Roller Skating

Open roller skating 6 - 10 p.m. in Manwaring Center Grand Ballroom.

Manwaring Center 220 Grand Ballroom
8/3/2018 6:20 PM Planetarium: Dawn of the Space Age

From the launch of the first artificial satellite Sputnik, to the magnificent lunar landings and privately operated space flights. Re-live the excitement of the early days of space exploration. Be immersed with this historic reconstruction of Man's first steps into space. Who were the people that took part in these death defying endeavors? Witness their drive, their passion, and their perseverance to explore. (40 minutes. 5th grade and up.)

Romney 107
8/3/2018 7:00 PM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower. Learn skills like team building, problem-solving, support, trust, and unity. Two hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.

50 West 7th South adjacent to playfields
8/3/2018 7:30 PM Center Stage Performance--Lexi Walker

At just 16 years old, Lexi Walker will capture your heart with her magical voice and delightful personality. As a Sony recording artist, her explosive young career has included performances with Kristen Chenoweth, The Piano Guys, and Lindsey Stirling. She performed with Santino Fontana at the annual BYU-Idaho Christmas concert last year. She's had viral videos of the National Anthem, "Let It Go" and a medley from "Beauty and the Beast" with BYU Vocal Point. Based in Cottonwood Heights, Utah, Lexi looks forward to bringing beautiful arrangements of classic, timeless music to new audiences both close to home and around the world. $12 for general public, $6 for BYU-Idaho students. A special $5 discount code will be given to Education Week participants who are purchasing general public tickets. (use promo code provided in Education Week confirmation email to receive $5 discount). Classroom dress. Tickets available at www.byui.edu/tickets.  Classroom dress.

Hart Auditorium
8/4/2018 5:00 AM Swimming

Hart Pool open 5 a.m. - 11 p.m. for Ed Week participants. Provide your own modest swimsuit. Free!

Hart 215 - Swimming Pool
8/4/2018 7:00 AM Fitness Center and Courts

Hart Fitness Center open 5 a.m. - 9 p.m. $3 rental fee for clothing. No children under 12; ages 12-14 with parent. Courts and track in the BYU-Idaho Center and Hart open 5 a.m. - 11 p.m.

Hart Building and BYU-Idaho Center
8/4/2018 9:00 AM Planetarium: Perfect Little Planet

An alien family from another star system, seeking a place for a family vacation, explores our solar system. Pluto, Saturn, Jupiter, or Mars. Which destination would you choose?  (35 minutes. Grades 2 and above.) Limited tickets available at check-in.

Romney 107
8/4/2018 9:00 AM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower. Learn skills like team building, problem-solving, support, trust, and unity. Two hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.

50 West 7th South adjacent to playfields
8/4/2018 10:20 AM Planetarium: Black Holes

Few mysteries in the universe have the power and awe of the black hole. What are they? How are they made? Is the earth in danger of being pulled into one? This show features 3-D simulations. (40 minutes. Grades 7 and above.) Limited tickets available at check-in.

Romney 107
8/4/2018 11:00 AM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower. Learn skills like team building, problem-solving, support, trust, and unity. Two hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.

50 West 7th South adjacent to playfields
8/4/2018 1:00 PM Planetarium: Stars of the Pharoahs

Travel to ancient Egypt to see how science was used to tell time, make a workable calendar, and align huge buildings. Learn about the connection the ancient Egyptians felt with the stars and various astronomical phenomena. See some of the most spectacular temples and tombs of the ancient world recreated in their original splendor. (35 minutes. High school and above.) Limited tickets available at check-in.

Romney 107
8/4/2018 1:00 PM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower. Learn skills like team building, problem-solving, support, trust, and unity. Two hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.

50 West 7th South adjacent to playfields
8/4/2018 2:00 PM Bowling

Open bowling 2 - 10 p.m. 

Manwaring Center 173 - Bowling Alley
8/4/2018 2:20 PM Closing Session with Al Carraway

Speaker will be presenting in the Taylor Chapel.

Taylor Chapel

ACTIVITIES

General Schedule

See Youth Schedule for the list of youth classes

BYU-Idaho Education Week 2020 Schedule