Seminary News


    Are You Hitting the Target When You Administer the Learning Assessment?

    The learning assessment can help students come closer to Jesus Christ, facilitate revelatory experiences, and provide strength to overcome their challenges.

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    See—and Hear—the One: Using the Principles of Effective Listening

    Listening effectively is one of the most important and simplest skills we can apply to help us See the One.

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    Doctrinal Mastery Resources

    Explore three new Doctrinal Mastery resources.

    A Heartfelt Thank-You from Your Students

    Merry Christmas from the administration of Seminaries and Institutes of Religion! Please take a moment to watch seminary and institute students from around the world thank you—their teachers and instructors—for making sacrifices, teaching lessons, and inspiring testimonies. We love you. Thank you for all your hard work this past year.

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    The Positive Use of Assessments

    Seminary learning assessments help students gauge their understanding and knowledge of the gospel of Jesus Christ.


    Keeping Covenants Helps Us #LightTheWorld

    Teach students how keeping their baptismal covenant enables them to be more Christlike and to #LightTheWorld this Christmas season.

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    This Way to Happiness

    Lehi’s vision of the tree of life can help students better understand Jesus Christ’s Atonement and Heavenly Father’s plan of happiness.

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    Learning Assessment Software Makes Online Assessing Easy

    Online learning assessments and other resources help teachers better understand students’ needs.

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    Discover the Updated Book of Mormon Seminary Teacher Manual

    The online Book of Mormon Seminary Teacher Manual is available in English on and through the Gospel Library app.

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    Go, Do, and Be Blessed

    Seminary teachers should use the Book of Mormon to teach obedience to commandments and should encourage students to share their experiences online.