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I have degrees in philosophy and computer science from UW-Madison, including a course in modal logic (which presupposes propositional and predicate logic). I have tutored a student specifically in logic for a semester and have tutored computer science extensively, including courses in artificial intelligence and Java both of which require knowledge of logic. My past teaching experience includes: * Tutoring first-generation and minority-population college students in programming, math, and logic through UW-Madison's Center for Educational Opportunity. * Tutoring engagements with Boston-area [more]

In order to be admitted into the Ph.D. program at The College of William & Mary, I had to complete the GRE. One of the components of this test is the logic section. I scored at the 95th percentile, as compared to other persons taking the test across the nation. My score was the highest score in the history of William & Mary. I teach Algebra from the logical point of view. I teach a unit on nothing but logic at the beginning of the semester. Students learn from this. They also have fun. My experience and expertise in this area should qualify me to teach logic. [more]

As an undergraduate I took not only symbolic logic but also a graduate level modal logic course. Logic and the analysis of linguistic form was my focus in my philosophy degree. Hello! I recently received my second bachelor's degree in philosophy from the University of Iowa. If you're looking for a tutor in symbolic logic, I can help you out greatly. I also have a degree in English, so if you need help with writing, grammar, or learning the English language, I can also help you out there. I love language in all its multifarious forms! I have experience writing for newspapers (The Daily Iowa [more]

I have taken classes from the Philosophy, Computer Science, and Mathematics departments in college and earned As, like philosophy and logic, discrete mathematics, and computer architecture. I have a Masters plus 30 in Mathematics. I have taught and tutored students preparing for the logic-based LSAT test. I use logic to write computer programs and solve math problems often. I am a teacher and instructor with over 7 years in classrooms with students from the 7th grade through college. My students are extremely successful on every high school end-of-course exam and that success continues in [more]

I am qualified to tutor in logic because I earned a Master's degree in Mathematics from the University of Iowa. To complete this degree, I learned and used logic truth tables and reasoning exercises. I received grades of B or above in my math classes including a Logic course. Hello, I love to teach mathematics and help students understand and become more interested in this subject. I have taught a variety of grade levels as I am a licensed K-12 Iowa math teacher. I earned a Masters degree in Math and a PhD in Math Education from the University of Iowa. I tutor in all K-12 or college level [more]

I have taught advanced mathematical logic at Bard College, in both the departments of mathematics and philosophy, and I have also published extensively on the subject, including in top journals. I am an experienced, skilled, and creative educator and scholar. I have a taught many subjects to many kinds of people at many different levels, with uniformly excellent results. I was a college professor for 20 years. During that time, I spoke on a daily basis to large groups of students on a daily basis. I also gave seminars attended by undergraduates, graduates, and colleagues. I thoroughly en [more]

I have taught Principles of Reasoning (an introductory logic course) at the University of Iowa for two semesters. I have also taken (and received As in) undergraduate coursework in Symbolic Logic and Mathematical Logic, and graduate-level coursework in Modal Logic and Philosophy of Logic. I am a PhD student in Philosophy at the University of Iowa. I have been teaching philosophy for 3 years, including a year spent adjuncting at a community college in a large urban area of Texas. Because of these experiences, and also because I am naturally a non-judgmental person, I am comfortable with a wide [more]

I believe I am qualified to tutor logic because most of my colleges courses after my first semester my sophomore year are all logic based. Sets and logic was the first course I took and received a B+, I received an A- in numerical analysis, and an A in complex variables. These courses needed logic and reasoning, as well as proof writing to be successful in these courses. I began teaching algebra while I was a freshman in college. I taught 5 algebra courses with a 96% pass rate. I also have success in tutoring all branches of math from algebra to calculus, as well as some logic and theory cours [more]

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