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I taught symbolic logic several times while a graduate student at UC-Irvine, and also taught logic as a component of the discrete mathematics courses at Virginia Tech as a line instructor there. As a mathematician with a doctorate, I have had extensive experience using formal logic. In one capacity or another (graduate teaching assistant, university line instructor, high school teacher) I have been teaching for much of the last eleven years; my favorite part of my teaching jobs has been tutoring people one on one in office hours, where progress towards learning is much easier to see and sense. [more]

I just received my Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics. One of our very first courses in the program was Mathematical Structures, or Logic. This course became the building blocks for succeeding courses in the math program. I successfully obtained a high grade in Logic. I was then able to tutor others in the course in the tutoring center at my college. Hello! My name is Alicia, I have a bachelor of science degree in mathematics, and I have been a mathematics tutor for about 8 years. I've also taught GED math and high school algebra in a classroom setting. I'm here to help you succeed and [more]

I have tutored logic for nine years with homeschool classes. I have used both Traditional Logic I and II and Introductory and Intermediate Logic. Both of these curricula are used in both public and private school systems. Traditional Logic I is an introduction to Formal Logic. It is a study of the classical syllogism and formal fallacies. Traditional Logic trains the mind to respect truth. It is a High school level text book. Traditional Logic II is Advanced Formal Logic. It is also a High school level text book. It continues the study of deductive inference with the treatment of fi [more]

I taught LOGIC at the undergraduate level at Strayer University in Baltimore MD periodically for several years during the early 2000s. I taught the process of arguments and symbolic logic as part of the curriculum. My student evaluations of this subject averaged approximately 4.2 out of 5. I have decades of experience teaching undergraduate and adult learners that feel they are lost with mathematics or statistics. I thoroughly enjoy teaching individuals that have some fear of the subjects, because once they understand that I also experienced this fear, then they realize they are not alone w [more]

I have a background in computer programming, which has logic as a fundamental underpinning. I'm familiar with logic as well, as I enrolled in a logic course in college and took analytical philosophy. As a programmer, my daily practice of having to think through abstract problems helps me to apply logic to puzzles and everyday situations. I graduated from Wofford College in 2014 with a BA in Spanish and minors in Latin American Studies and Medical Humanities. After graduation, I spent a year teaching Spanish at a private school in Atlanta and have developed as a teacher of foreign languages. In [more]

I took several logic courses at UNC-Chapel Hill as an undergraduate. I have acquired Master's Degrees in sociology and counseling at Arizona State University. I have taught courses in logic for Devry University. I have a great passion for both teaching and learning that has grown with me as I have pursued two Master's Degrees and raised four children to be passionate learners themselves. I have learned to accommodate all of the learning styles through my years as a professor in community colleges and universities. I have worked with students from all walks of life, and I have counseled individ [more]

Through my education in mathematics I have been rigorously trained in logic. I have also spent two summers TAing for Johns Hopkins CTY program in which I have taught logic to the students there. I am currently a graduate student studying mathematics and statistics at Wake Forest University. I graduated cum laude The University of North Carolina at Greensboro with a Bachelors of Science in Mathematics. I have spent time at both universities tutoring for the mathematics and statistics department. Throughout my college and high school years, I also tutored privately for pay and tutored for free [more]

I have an extensive quantitative background, including numerous methods, mathematics, and deductive logic courses. I am a PhD candidate at UNC, one of the best Political Science programs in the country (top 10). Currently I am working on my dissertation, and teaching undergraduate classes. At UNC I was a sole instructor for Introduction to U.S. government (Fall 2017), and Quantitative Research in Political Science (Spring 2018). The latter course introduces statistics, data science, and programming in R for social science research. I also have been teaching SAT and GRE courses (all sections) f [more]

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