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I have extensive experience in computer programming through my time as an electrical and computer engineer and personal interests; I would argue that nothing teaches one to think logically better than having to explain things to a computer. My skill with logic placed me consistently at the top of my class in Discrete Math and OOP, exposures which further developed my abilities. Finally, I have years of experience teaching difficult subject matter with an interactive and Socratic method, which is effective under any circumstances, but essential for teaching something like logic, which demands a [more]

I have taught logic in many different courses many, many times over these last twelve years or so! Logic was a part of the graduate geometry class I taught and the remedial graduate math class I helped design. I was even helping a home-schooled high school student with logic problems just this past week. I really enjoy teaching logic because it is a NEW set of symbols and many students look at them with no pre-conceived notions, no baggage like many people have with subjects like algebra. It's a chance at a FRESH start and fun and success in a really different aspect of math (that is, none [more]

I've taken symbolic logic classes in College. Also, and likely more relevant, I'm a software engineer and write programs for a living. I deal with the "logic" of how to get what I want on a regular basis. I want you to enjoy these sessions too, or at a minimum, feel good about them. I enjoy Mathematics and Logic, and the opportunity to review, discuss, and learn is always welcome. I've tutored both Math and Computer Science in the past. I've also been a teacher at the college level. I enjoy sharing information, and find tutoring to be both fun and rewarding. Professionally, I'm a Software S [more]

Besides the Logic which regularly comes up in standard mathematics courses required for a B.S. in mathematics, I have taken two Logic and Sets courses at Lee University (where I currently attend), and I received an A in them both. Besides this, I have, in conjunction with Lee University, offered tutoring for both of these aforementioned courses. Also, I was selected to attend (and now have attended) a three week summer seminar in Logic and Formal Epistemology at Carnegie Mellon University. I have also written a paper on Aristotelian Logic which is currently under review for publication in an a [more]

In my B.S. program, I completed advanced courses in Logic for Computer Science, that included topics such as propositional logic, predicate logic, logic and functional programming, resolution, constraint logic programming, planning, theorem proving. I currently teach logic for Computer Science majors every semester. Teaching offers me a great opportunity to inspire. As a teacher, my goal is to enhance student learning as a life-changing experience. I hope my students will feel personally changed by their participation in the courses I am teaching. When I was a student, a talented math teache [more]

I have a BS in math and an MS in engineering mechanics. I worked over forty in Aerospace Engineering using logic as in finite state machines to design computer software. I have the B.S. in Math from the University of Memphis, a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Christian Brothers University, Memphis, and an M.S. in Engineering Mechanics from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. I did the course work for a PhD in Mechanical Engineering at Georgia Tech in Atlanta and took several graduate courses at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. I was elected a Fellow in The Boeing Co. the fi [more]

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