John Hilton III is an associate professor of Ancient Scripture. Prior to coming to BYU, John worked with the LDS Seminary and Institute program for eleven years in a variety of capacities. John has a Masters degree from Harvard and a Ph.D from BYU, both in Education. John loves to teach and his research focuses on issues relating to both religious topics and Open Educational Resources (OER). John and his wife Lani have six children. John's most recent book is Considering the Cross: How Calvary Connects Us with Christ. For more information about John Hilton III see http://johnhiltoniii.com (religious education website) and http://openedgroup.org (educational technology website).
Courses Taught: Book of Mormon, New Testament, Old Testament
Areas of Research: The Atonement of Jesus Christ, Teaching and Learning, Open Educational Resources, Religious Pedagogy
Languages: Chinese (Mandarin) (speak), Spanish (read, speak).
Research InterestsReligious Education
The Crucifixion of Jesus Christ
Open Educational Resources
Teaching InterestsBook of Mormon
- Ph.D, Instructional Pyschology and Technology , Brigham Young University (2010)
- M. Ed, Learning and Teaching , Harvard University (2004)
- Bachelor of Science, Business Manage , Brigham Young University (2000)
Honors and Awards
- Continuing Education BYU Faculty Member of the Year, BYU Continuing Education (2013 - 2013)