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I took a college course in Logic while still in high school, and was a Philosophy and Mathematics double major at Providence College. Then, during my graduate studies in Philosophy at the Catholic University of America, I took a course in Symbolic Logic. Finally, I have taught a college course in introductory Logic. After being trained in standardized test instruction by Kaplan (the leading test prep company), I have logged over 2,000 hours as a tutor over the last three years. In addition to tutoring, I teach Philosophy as an adjunct professor at the University of Mary Washington in Frederic [more]

As a CS major and Math minor, I have taken multiple courses in logic as it is a foundational topic for programming. I wrote a book on Semantic Web programming, which relies heavily on logic-based systems. Specifically, both propositional and predicate logic, such as the SPARQL query language, are core subjects and were covered in the book. In addition, OWL (Web Ontology Language) is a logic-based language that uses Description Logic (DL) in part and was also covered in my book. Hello! I have been privately tutoring Mathematics and associated topics (physics, computer science, chemistry) for [more]

I have a MS in Mathematics specializing abstract algebra and a PhD in Applied Mathematics specializing numerical analysis. As a part of my study in mathematics, I took several causes related to logic. At NCSU, I taught a course in mathematics for college students majoring business focusing in logic. I am a PhD Mathematician and a software engineer with tutoring experience in USA, Germany, and Korea. I have many years of experience in tutoring middle and high school students (algebra, geometry, trigonometry, AP calculus, probability). I also have experience in teaching college classes and [more]

I have a degree in Philosophy from Swarthmore College, where I took and received an A+ in both Logic and Advanced Logic. I worked as a Teaching Assistant there for Logic for three semesters. I also occasionally tutored logic students at Bryn Mawr College who needed additional help. I am a passionate learner with varied interests. I am a recent Phi Beta Kappa Swarthmore College graduate, and at Swarthmore I spent three semesters as a Teaching Assistant. I have also spent two years as a summer camp counselor, and thus have experience working with all ages. My goal in tutoring is to communica [more]

I have taught in high school for ten years and have been teaching logical reasoning. Mostly Venn diagrams are used to solve logical problems. I hold a first degree in mathematics education from University of Education in Ghana I was born in Cape Coast in Ghana and completed my High school in 1983. I was employed by Ghana Education Service to teach Elementary school as a pupil teacher so, in 1985, I got admission into Teachers Training College where I studied mathematics and education. In 1988 I completed and obtained 3 year Posec Certificate "A" which allowed me to teach in middle and Junior s [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 hold a degree in mathematics and took a keen interest in foundation mathematics and symbolic logic. This is one of my favorite subjects to teach and I have tutored it many times for the past five years. I am also currently working on a research paper on the logical foundations of actuarial science. My tutoring approach is unique in that I really try to make sure students understand why everything is as it is, rather than just encourage rote learning. I never give up on my students. Provided you are patient with me, I promise that you will leave any session with me with 101% educationally sou [more]

Took three logic reasoning classes in undergraduate level to help me better understand algorithms and conditional statements. I applied logic reasoning a lot in sentiment analysis and algorithm design. I have worked on a few artificial intelligence projects that help with reasoning and thought process which required a logic flow. I am currently a computer science graduate student. I studied computer science also in my undergraduate and I had great concentration in calculus, algebra, differential equations and programming. Coming from a different background and having been to three different [more]

In my experiences teaching and tutoring geometry, as well as tutoring discrete mathematics, I have worked with students so they can understand how formal logic works and why it's so important a part of mathematics. From presenting to students how to write conditional statements in their alternate forms (converse, inverse, contrapositives and biconditionals) to setting up truth tables and working with syllogisms and propositional calculus, I have always focused on how logic itself sets the framework for all the techniques in mathematics for proving a statement true or false directly (by argume [more]

I am teaching Logic now at the community college. I have been teaching this class for the college student for the last 3 years here in VA. I am a retired high school math teacher who started teaching math and physics when I was 19 years old. I love teaching and I consider moving a student from C level to A level to be a success for me first. I succeed to create math short cut almost for every math concept. The problem in math is to find a clean spot to let the student look through it so they can see the concept clearly and easily. Teaching is an art and not just anyone can be successful math t [more]

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