Riddle Me This: Using Sudoku to Improve Your Problem Solving Skills
Sunday, October 22nd, 2:30 pm CT via Zoom

Sudoku is used as a pastime by approximately 10% of American adults, but its potential lies beyond that of casual diversion.

In Sudoku there is no luck that dice and cards impart; it is immune to influences of politics, religion, language, culture, or nationalities. It is entirely objective, with no subjectivity. To be successful in solving this puzzle one must apply basic algorithms common to all logical processes; 100% accuracy is required.

Logic is what makes us all Mensans and is the foundation of all STEM subjects and the keystone of problem solving and creative solutions.

What if Sudoku was used as a tool in every elementary and middle school to teach children how to think, how to use logic to solve problems? Since teams teach valuable social skills and children prefer to work together in teams, what if Sudoku tournaments were held similar to mathlete competitions?

In this Theodore Talk you will learn from Jerry Martin, a Lifetime Member and founder of Sudoku as a Teaching Tool, through online audience participation, Sudoku’s benefits in developing logical, intrapersonal, and interpersonal intelligences.

In other words, be a better Mensan!

Register for this presentation at:  https://tinyurl.com/2edd3apr.

You must register for each lecture with an email address associated with your Zoom account. If you don’t have one, you can sign up for a free Zoom account at:  https://zoom.us/signup.

Even if you can’t attend the live Theodore Talk, as long as you register in advance, you will receive a link to the Zoom recording of the event. All Theodore Talks have Closed Captioning enabled.

NOTE: This is our final Theodore Talk for 2023. We are currently lining up speakers for 2024.

When Theodore Talks resume in 2024 they will take place via Zoom on the fourth Sunday of each month at 2:30 pm CT.

Questions? Contact Brad Lucht at [email protected]

For more information, contact Brad Lucht: [email protected]