It was felt that if the interests and concerns of seminary students could be determined in relationship to the curriculum guides of the LDS Seminary System, curricula could be constructed better to meet the needs of the seminary students
The purpose of the study was to determine what the interests and concerns of LDS Seminary students were in relationship to the objectives used in developing the curriculum of the LDS Seminary System.
Opinions as to the interests and concerns of LDS senior seminary students were solicited as the source of data in carrying out this study. An instrument was constructed for the purpose of securing the data and was called the Student Inventory. The Student Inventory was constructed by obtaining the statements of the interests and concerns of the students in relationship to the Thirty-five Directional Objectives used to develop the seminary curriculum.
College and Department
Religious Education; Church History and Doctrine
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Killian, James Frank, "A Study to Determine the Interests and Concerns of Senior Students in Relationship to the Thirty-Five Directional Objectives of the LDS Seminary System" (1964). All Theses and Dissertations. 4845.
Mormon Church, Seminaries