Bruce Chang, an institute teacher from Logan, Utah, gave a lecture to youth attending Education Week on how to find safety in a spiritual war.
BYU psychology professor Scott R. Braithwaite shared his research with Education Week attendees about the rise of atheists, agnostics and people who are unaffiliated with organized religions.
Katie E. Steed, the disability specialist manager for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, taught a class on supporting Church members with disabilities as part of BYU's Education Week on Aug. 15th.
In their Education Week address on Aug. 15, Sunday School General President Mark L. Pace and his first counselor Milton Carmago discussed recent changes to the Sunday School manual and how these changes will help teachers and learners grow closer to Jesus Christ.
For her Education Week address on Aug. 15, BYU public health professor Tana S. Page explained to attendees how reframing stress can help handle it and why healthy thought patterns can be a game changer for mental health.
BYU Church history and doctrine associate professor Mark D. Ogletree shared advice with Education Week participants on how to teach teenagers about the importance of service.