questions, learning, Book of Mormon
Questions are the catalyst that drives learning, providing a focus on what an individual wants or needs to know. They are the drivers that move knowledge acquisition to realms of greater understanding and wisdom. Karen Brown, a professor at Dominican University, describes questions as the heart of learning and the impetus for building knowledge. Teachers and students use questions to vet information and allow them to develop the ability to see when change is coming and to manage changes when they occur. Questions help people to zone in on important details that help to sharpen and refine their thinking.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Zaugg, Holt. "Questions in the Book of Mormon." Religious Educator: Perspectives on the Restored Gospel 19, no. 1 (2018): 83-101. https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/re/vol19/iss1/6