Interview on Teaching Logic and Reasoning Skills via The Art of Deceit

Episode #15: Interview with Bethany Barnosky on Teaching Logic and Reasoning Skills, Part One

Reasoning skills are Bethany Barnosky’s specialty. Today, Mrs. Barnosky is joining me on the show to talk about teaching and learning logic, applying critical thinking to real-life, and how knowing how to think has benefitted her, her students, and her family.

We also discuss how reasoning skills are so important to the apostle Paul’s letters, how the Supreme Court issues their opinions, and why teaching logic is a lost art in the public school system.

This interview is part one of a two-part series! Come back next week for the final installment of my talk with Mrs. Barnosky. Until then, enjoy the podcast by clicking the links below or listening on the embedded player!

You can listen to this episode on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. More podcast platforms to come!

Bethany’s Background:

Bethany Barnosky is a master teacher and educational consultant who enjoys life in sunny southern New Hampshire. As a college student, she set aside her interest in the aerospace industry in order to pursue her passion for teaching mathematics to young people. During her years as a teacher, Bethany Barnosky has been honored to work with some of the best online instructors in the country – and teach students from all over the world!

As a double-certified math teacher, Bethany runs CandleStar Educational Services, providing tutoring, curriculum, portfolio, and transcript services to homeschoolers around the country. Bethany Barnosky enjoys teaching, tabletop gaming, and general geekery. Having successfully homeschooled a college graduate, today she spends her days teaching, learning, and praying for opportunities to share God’s love with others.

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