Hi all - I just been told that every teacher is required to teach an elective next year that corresponds to our credential. I have a secondary math credential as well as a multiple subject credential. I was thinking of teaching a Logic class. Not so much Logic/Debate, as I know very little about debate, but about syllogisms, fallacies, truth tables, etc. I taught a course this summer at CTY called Inductive/Deductive Reasoning and I know that a lot of logic is used in geometry...as well as in life! My questions are: 1) Does anyone have any experience with teaching Logic at the secondary level? Is this offered at anyone's school? 2) Do you think this would be a good elective to offer? Would students sign up for it? 3) Anyone know of any good textbooks? I'd love to find something geared more towards high school than the formal logic often taught in college. Thanks - any help is much appreciated!!