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I taught Set Theory and Logic or Foundations of Math in several college math departments. I also taught Logic in a college philosophy department and in a high school. I also wrote a textbook on logic (Better Thinking and Reasoning). I have taught at 7 different colleges (public, private, and technical). I received awards for my teaching based on student evaluations - mostly because I am patient and take time to tutor students having trouble. I have also written high school math textbooks. I know math and I want to help you know it, too! I have taught non-credit college courses: Pre-algebra [more]

I've taken formal and informal logic as part of my undergraduate philosophy degree. I've also taught formal and informal logic to gifted students, and as part of my pullout math class for high school seniors. I love working with students and enjoy tackling unusual and difficult problems. I have a wide range of experience teaching, and I've worked with students of many different ages, backgrounds, and ability levels. I have a no-drama, tortoise-beats-the-hare approach to teaching, and no matter what your situation is, there's a good chance I've dealt with something like it before. I'm comfort [more]

I received an A in a course on symbolic logic in undergrad. In grad school I also taught a upper division discrete math course which had a module on basic propositional logic. Hi, I'm Sean. I graduated with honors in both Mathematics and Physics from the University of Texas at Austin in 2013. For the past five years I have been a Math Ph.D student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and will be receiving my degree this December. I have recently moved to the Chicago and would love to assist you in your mathematical endeavors.. At UNC I had the opportunity to be the sole instructo [more]

I have taken symbolic logic courses in middle school and received an A average. I have also used logic for computer programming courses in high school and college, also receiving A averages in these classes. I feel confident teaching and explaining symbolic logic concepts such as Modus Ponens, Modus Tollens, etc. as well as teaching the more general logic concepts like building complex arguments and breaking them down to make sense of them. As a tutor with over a thousand hours of experience, I have experience working with a diverse array of learning styles, ages, and disabilities. While every [more]

Logic is integral to philosophy and having studied and taught philosophy, I am always inherently using logic to create and understand philosophical arguments. I also have experience as a subject matter expert working with LUMA to develop an online course in Ethics, Critical Thinking, and Logic. I have a plethora of experience teaching and tutoring in Philosophy, English, and Writing for diverse college students of multiple age and linguistic backgrounds. I have been teaching Philosophy for 7 years now face-to-face, in a hybrid format, and completely online. I also have experience as a subjec [more]

I think logic problems are fun, and I love working through them. I scored a 760 out of 800 on the analytical section of the GRE, with 46 correct, 3 incorrect, and 1 omitted [because I ran out of time]. Clearly, this was on an older version of the GRE, but I'm still pretty good at working through logic problems. I grew up in Chicago's south suburbs, then went to the East Coast for college. After graduating from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology with a major in Cognitive Science and a minor in Writing, I earned a Masters degree in Teaching Mathematics from Tufts University. I taught i [more]

I have taught logic (logic calculus) as a part of Finite Math, Discrete Math and Discrete Structure courses at RU and Lewis U. (Not mentioning segments in the History of Mathematics which I taught at RU Fall 2013). I have also tutored this subject for several years. My prices is $50/hr, both for on-line or a private setting of a Public Library or your home. There is a $5 discount for each additional hour of the session. I started tutoring math as a student and continued to tutor again after an R&D career in the "real world" of applied mathematics, and years of teaching math (I have PhD in P [more]

I have done well in my undergraduate & graduate level courses in mathematics as part of my Bachelor of Science & Master of Science programs. I have excelled in the logic courses I've taken at the undergraduate & graduate levels. I'm qualified by the mathematics education I've had. If I could show you a way to get better grades & test scores as well as gain mastery of the fundamentals of the particular math course you're taking, would you be interested in working with me to get it? My philosophy is that any student that is motivated to learn and will work hard...can learn any subject even a di [more]

I have a Master's degree in physics from Northwestern Univ. I have tutored formal (and other) logic on numerous occasions. I was a philosophy minor in undergraduate school (Princeton Univ.). I am an experienced LSAT Instructor (Logic Games, Logical Reasoning). As a teaching assistant in graduate school, I discovered that I had a real knack (and, indeed, love) for explaining; I became popular with the students in my sections because of my clear, insightful presentations and lively style of teaching. Many would come to my office outside of class for extra help, and it became somewhat of a "hobby [more]

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