Our unique logical reasoning training has many advantages over typical methods such as lectures, typical exercises, and even conventional argument mapping practice. For example, our training provides a simple argument template that makes it easy to just fill in the blanks to construct fail-safe, user-friendly, robust, rigorous, and clear logical arguments.

The core of our training is practicing constructing arguments with a Logic-Bridge game board in which teams collaborate in constructing and deconstructing logical arguments that pertain to their particular area of interest. The Logic-Bridge game board uses an embodied visual language (i.e., building bridges) that provides a body felt-sense understanding of sound argument construction and the concepts of probative weight, relevancy, and degrees of certainty as to the truth of the conclusion. The resulting reasoning competency can enable the student to handle any complexity of logical reasoning with multiple levels of inference, inference-upon-inference, linked and convergent lines of reasoning, any type of objection, and necessary and ancillary assumptions. Surprisingly, no previous level of logical reasoning ability is required. And it works just as well for elementary school students as it does for PhD graduates.