See the One

Principles and Desired Outcomes
Students in class

Develop the Christlike ability to see each student’s individual needs, strengths, and divine potential.

Principles

  • We must be concerned for the one and see each individual through our Heavenly Father’s eyes in order to comprehend his or her worth, sense Heavenly Father’s love, and feel of His caring concern for him or her.
  • President Thomas S. Monson taught that “we have the responsibility to see individuals not as they are but rather as they can become” (“See Others as They May Become,” Ensign or Liahona, Oct. 2012, 70).
  • Understanding the individual circumstances of those we serve will guide us as we try to help our students have a meaningful experience with the word of God.
  • We must continually seek to improve our knowledge and develop skills so that we can better respond to students’ individual needs.

Desired Outcomes

  • Administrators and teachers will develop the Christlike ability to see beyond labels, outward appearances, and behaviors to see students as unique individuals with divine potential.
  • Administrators and teachers will understand how individual circumstances affect the learning experience and have the practical skills to respond to students’ individual needs.
  • Administrators and teachers will know of additional available resources and, as appropriate, connect students with those resources.