Using problem based learning and recreational logic games to build student interest and confidence
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Dr. Mar is the founding director of the Stony Brook Philosophy Department Logic Lab.  In this lab faculty use games and puzzles, robots, and logic programs to teach logical and critical thinking and to create a community in which students can meet and get excited about logic and philosophy outside the classroom.  Games encourage students to form learning communities to master the formal techniques of reasoning and to play games that develop logical skills in teams (e.g. Siamese chess... More
Material Type: Presentation
Technical Format: Video
Date Added to MERLOT: September 16, 2010
Date Modified in MERLOT: September 18, 2014
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Send email to graham.glynn@stonybrook.edu
Submitter: Ansue Jacob
Keywords: Professional Learning, Professional, Learning

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Language: English
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