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I sort of stumbled into the whole 'assign more classroom problem sets than there are students' thing, but I have to say that it *really* works. It helps them practice and gives them hands-on experience, of course, but it also helps to build classroom camaraderie.

I only wish I could do a better job of exporting the method to my non-logic classes. I've really struggled on that front.


Interesting. I'm teaching logic for the first time next semester and I'm trying to devour all the information on teaching logic that I can. Do you use a text or your own notes?

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