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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]

Mastering logical concepts is fundamental to doing well on the LSAT (Law School Admittance Test). I have scored in the 98.6 percentile (172) on a real LSAT, and received a perfect score on both the logical reasoning and logic games sections. I have also tutored my peers on the logic portions of the LSAT. When tutoring, I focus on a specific concepts/question types and then work through different practice problems. Hello, LSAT takers. I'm Brock. A little about me: I work for Alston & Bird, one of the largest corporate law firms in Atlanta, where I work with the litigation and trial practice gro [more]

I studied mathematical logic with Gerald Sachs at M.I.T. I took every mathematical logic class offered at Harvard and M.I.T. These include Recursion Theory, Set Theory, Model Theory, and Higher Recursion Theory. In each class, the grade of A was received. Books studies include Enderton's "A Mathematical Introduction to Logic" and Hodges' "A Shorter Model Theory." I taught mathematical logic in the philosophy department at UGA. I studied mathematics at M.I.T. for many years. I came to Georgia to get a doctorate in philosophy. I have been teaching and tutoring for a decade at various colleges [more]

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 taught approximately twelve classes in symbolic logic and critical thinking while a graduate student at the University of Georgia, and symbolic logic was my special area of study while a philosophy major. The topic of my Master's thesis concerned C.S. Peirce's Existential Graphs (a graphical logic system that looks something like Venn diagrams). I have tutored symbolic logic since 1986. I have been tutoring both high school and college students for 30 years. As a graduate student at UGA, I taught symbolic logic four times. In the past year, I have taught four SAT math preparation classes a [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]

I have earned an "A" grade in all 4 college courses in logic that I have taken. The four courses include Critical Thinking, Proof Structures, Discrete Mathematics, and Introduction to Advanced Mathematics. All included truth tables, fallacies, logical connectives, set theory, proofs, recursion, logical connectors, conditional and compound statements, relations, functions, tautologies, contradictions, and logical equivalences. Hi, I am a recent college graduate from Berry College with a BS in Mathematics and a minor in Business Administration. I started working at the UGA Science Library in Jun [more]

At Morehouse I aced my Set Theory/Logic class. Therefore, there is no doubt in me that I can tutor this class without and problems. I have worked in the school community for over five years and I have worked in all avenues of education. I have successfully completed my math content GACE exams, which make a highly qualified teacher for 6-12 grade mathematics. I have taught all levels of mathematics, starting from the elementary level all the way to the college.I have successfully assisted in curriculum development and professional development among my colleagues. In my work as a math teacher [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]

I currently serve in a math tutoring position at a college where I assist undergraduate students in Math 140 and abstract math both of which are math courses where Logic is taught. I assist students in the understanding and comprehension of these topics through the assistance of study guides and worksheets, that I personally create. I completed college level courses in this topic and received A's. I feel I have a broad understanding of the topic and feel confident that I am able to break it down to a level where a lay person is able to relate to it. [more]

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