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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. (A quick clarification of my availability. I live in Forest Park and commute to Northbrook five days a week. I can schedule regular tutoring sessions on weekday afternoons in either location or anywhere roughly in between those two towns. I can only schedule one-off sessions at other times and in other locations. Please feel free to message me if you're not sure if you're in my area.) I [more]

As a mathematician, the ideas of logic are what I use nearly every day while working in upper level proof based classes. I have recently completed a class on it and begun tutoring some students in it already. Those students have seen a remarkable increase in their grades in the class. There are many ways to improve oneself. None is quite like the power you get from educating yourself on how to better perform. As America moves forward, jobs are requiring more technical knowledge and expertise. And yet at the same time, the education system is bogged down and many students aren?t able to receive [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 am a mathematician who has been studying logic for six years and counting. I use logic in all of my professional work and have aced several classes in it. My name is David, and I am a recent graduate of a master's program in mathematics. I've been a tutor on-and-off since high school, for math as well as chemistry, physics, biology, and occasionally English literature. I'm a recent transplant from Kansas, and I'm excited for getting to know the local color! I believe that every student has a mathematician in them, but our education system often fails to draw the right connections for stud [more]

I have an undergraduate degree in Mathematics and I am currently a PhD student in Applied Mathematics. I have taken several proof courses include an intro to proofs course, as well as other courses ranging from simple logic and geometry proofs to discrete math to graph theory, and even real and complex analysis. The basic logic principles help in more complicated math courses. Hi Everyone! My name is Ryan. I received a Bachelor's Degree in both Computer Engineering and Engineering Mathematics from the University of Michigan - Dearborn and a doctoral degree in Applied Mathematics from Oakland [more]

As part of teaching a semester of 10th grade geometry at Howell High School (2011-2012), a unit on logic was incorporated. Covered in the unit were the following concepts of conditional ("if-then") statements: Converse, Inverse, Negation and Contrapositives. Greetings, According to the standards set forth in the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, the State of Michigan has declared that I am highly qualified to teach all subjects in grades K-5 (K-8 Self Contained), as well as middle school mathematics ("EX" endorsement). Prior to attending Eastern Michigan University where I received a B.S. [more]

I have had Logic as part of curriculum for both undergrad and grad requirements. I have since then tutored students in this particular subject. I have also gone through teaching workshop for logic at Jackson College where we have incorporated logic just recently as part of one of our courses last year. For the past 5 years, I have been working part-time as an adjunct math faculty member at a local community college. I have been teaching various math courses ranging from beginning algebra to pre-calculus, both online and in a classroom environment. I am a certified online instructor. Prior to t [more]

I have a Bachelor of Science in Math from Wheaton College. I have taken Discrete Math, in which one studies Boolean logic, and several related classes, including Linear Algebra, Modern Algebra, Real Analysis, Complex Analysis, Chaos and Dynamical Systems, and Programming. In addition, I was on the Debate Team for 4 years, where I received formal training in argumentative logic. I am confident working with logic. Dear potential student, I am math teacher, who studied math and anthropology. I have had a lot of experience tutoring math topics, ranging from pre-algebra to calculus. I have also tu [more]

During my Master's studies I took one introductory course and one graduate course in symbolic logic. I also did two independent reading courses in set theory and logic in the math department. During this period I served for four semesters as a course assistant for courses in traditional syllogistic logic. During my Doctoral studies I took two courses in mathematical logic, and a course in set theory and a course in model theory in the math department. During this period I served for three quarters as a course assistant for courses in introductory symbolic logic. [more]

I completed many proof-based courses in my undergraduate mathematics degree (Reasoning, Abstract Algebra, Real Analysis, etc.) and even more as I progress through my graduate mathematics degree (Linear Algebra, Complex Analysis) and have tutored students in proof-based geometry classes. Mathematics is all about logic, as far as I?m concerned, and I have been successful thus far as a result of honing my logic and reasoning skills. Hello! I graduated summa cum laude from DePaul University with a double major in Applied & Computational Mathematics and Developmental Psychology. I won the Outstandi [more]

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