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Come Follow Me 2019: We Are Responsible for Our Own Learning
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December 31-January 6

Reading Materials

Taylor Halverson, “Taylor Halverson: Learning is becoming more like God,” Deseret News (March 29, 2015), accessed December 14, 2018.

Taylor Halverson, “5 ways to be a learning designer, not just a teacher,” Deseret News (December 16, 2017), accessed December 14, 2018.

Taylor Halverson, “Taylor Halverson: Do we need a ‘Learning, No Greater Responsibility’?Deseret News (December 12, 2017), accessed December 14, 2018.

Taylor Halverson, “Taylor Halverson: Rules for learning,” Deseret News (January 15, 2015), accessed December 14, 2018.

Taylor Halverson, “One Significant Way Our Savior Used Numbers to Create Meaning That Might Have You Rethinking His Teachings,” LDS Living (November 25, 2017), accessed December 14, 2018.

Taylor Halverson and Doug Whitney, “2 Things Distracting Us from Hearing the Voice of God in Our Lives + How to Tune Them Out,” LDS Living (October 24, 2017), accessed December 14, 2018.

Taylor Halverson, “The Surprising Lesson My Muslim Friends Taught Me About Scripture Study,” LDS Living (September 14, 2017), accessed December 14, 2018.

Taylor Halverson, “Why We Need a Modern-Day Tyndale Moment,” LDS Living (September 5, 2017).

Taylor Halverson, “Why Being Willing to Ask God Will Open Mysteries of the Gospel You Didn't Even Know Were There,” LDS Living (May 27, 2017), accessed December 14, 2018.

Taylor Halverson, “’Wrestling’ for Answers: 5 People from the Scriptures Who Asked Difficult Questions,” LDS Living (May 11, 2017), accessed December 14, 2018.

Taylor Halverson, “The Best Way to Get More Revelation in Your Life,” LDS Living (March 30, 2017), accessed December 14, 2018.

Taylor Halverson, “Taylor Halverson: Break the tradition of education by lectures and learn more by doing,” Deseret News (September 13, 2016), accessed December 14, 2018.

Taylor Halverson, “Taylor Halverson: Learn by doing, not just by reading and listening,” Deseret News (August 22, 2016), accessed December 14, 2018.

Taylor Halverson, “Taylor Halverson: Teaching faith and science to children,” Deseret News (February 23, 2016), accessed December 14, 2018.

Taylor Halverson, “Taylor Halverson: What is a lecture? A technology of learning,” Deseret News (August 17, 2015), accessed December 14, 2018.

Taylor Halverson, “Taylor Halverson: What is technology, our master or servant?,” Deseret News (August 12, 2015), accessed December 14, 2018.

Taylor Halverson, “Collaborative Learning,” BYU Center for Teaching and Learning (2012), accessed December 14, 2018.

Taylor Halverson, “Helping students take responsibility for learning,” BYU Center for Teaching and Learning (2012), accessed December 14, 2018.

Teaching Visuals

Virtual New Testament

Virtual New Testament

The Virtual New Testament is a free app produced by the Virtual Scriptures department of Brigham Young University. This app brings the city of Jerusalem during the time of Jesus right to your fingertips with an immersive, 3D experience. Through the app, you can explore the ancient temple of Herod and visit key vantage points of the city.

Videos

LDS Bible Videos

The LDS Bible Videos project takes familiar Bible stories and portrays them in short video segments to be used in the classroom and at home.

Bible Project videos

The Bible Project is a YouTube channel that seeks to make the Bible easy to understand to an average Christian. These videos are well informed and visually stunning. These videos can be an excellent resource throughout your study of the New Testament. To read a Latter-day Saint’s perspective on these videos, see Taylor Halverson, “Free Video Resources for Learning about the Old Testament,” Meridian Magazine (January 17, 2018), accessed December 14, 2018.