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I studied Logic while in college and received an A in the course. I also used logic extensively in advanced math courses. My experience includes helping students think more analytically, construct Venn diagrams, construct truth tables, and solve LSAT logic games. I've been a math teacher and an adjunct professor. I taught at Duke University and began tutoring over 20 years ago. Through my experience teaching students of all ages, including teens and adults, I've seen the importance of adapting my teaching to the learning style of each person. I also have several years of experience applying m [more]

I have taken multiple courses in mathematical logic, theory of computation, model theory, Boolean algebra, and digital design at both the undergraduate and graduate levels at University of Maryland, UNCG, and NC State. Additionally, I passed a PhD qualifying exam in the subject. Note that I am not as familiar with the techniques that are typically used in formal logic courses taught in philosophy departments. I have been tutoring and teaching basic algebra through advanced undergraduate level* math for over 10 years. My students and clients have consistently praised my patience and clarity. Du [more]

I have always had strong problem-solving and reasoning skills, which have helped me succeed in all areas of study, especially mathematics. I also enjoy solving logic puzzles. I took the LSAT, a logic and reasoning test, on a whim and scored a 92%. My strong communication abilities allow to me explain reasoning process to others, which helps them comprehend how to reach the solution. Hi! I love helping people, which is why I've chosen to be a tutor. Whether it's elementary-school-aged children learning the fundamentals, high school students preparing to take their ACTs, SATs or a class te [more]

I teach a class at Livingstone College that contains a chapter on Logic. I have taught this class for two consecutive semesters. I have also taken numerous logic classes in college. I have a love for all mathematics and love to help students succeed. I have a BS and MA in Mathematics Education. I also have an MA in Instructional Technology. I love to teach and I love mathematics. I have spent most of my teaching career teaching students who do not have a love for mathematics. However, I enjoy the challenge of helping students get over the anxiety and overcoming past negative educational e [more]

The area in which I scored the highest on my GRE was logic. Each week I provide my students with a variety of logic puzzles for their Friday bellringer activity. We do analogies, riddles, and logical conundrums. In addition, the science teacher across the hall and I have regular logic competitions, where the two classes challenge each other by devising logic tests for each other. As a 20-year veteran at a 6-12 grade alternative school, I have a wide variety of methods for helping students learn in a multitude of disciplines. I teach all levels of 9-12 English, from basic to advanced, inclu [more]

I have been teaching college Mathematics at the Forsyth Tech Community College. The classes I taught included the Mat140 course which in turn included a section on logic. Logic is in fact my favorite part of Mathematics as in my opinion it expands the mind and teaches skills that have limitless applications. I was born and raised in St. Petersburg, Russia, and have lived in USA for over 14 years. Writing has always been my passion but I also hold a Masters degree in Mathematics from St. Petersburg State University and certificate in Business Administration from St. Petersburg' Institute of Eco [more]

I have an extensive quantitative background, including numerous methods, mathematics, and deductive logic courses. TEACHING/ TUTORING APPROACH: I view teaching as a calling, rather than a job. Needless to say, I am very passionate about teaching and helping students improve. I take an individualized approach to each student. That is, I try to figure out what works best for them. I believe in focusing on developing lasting understanding of concepts involved, rather than memorizing. I believe that knowing WHY something is the case makes a subject a lot easier (not to mention more fun). BACKGROU [more]

I have over four years of college level training in logic and rhetoric. My experience and training are in the areas of propositional logic and some symbolic logic. My name is Courtney H., and I have been in education for many years--a lifelong endeavor, really. My parents were educators. They helped start one school, sat on the board of another, and were founding board members of the North Dakota Home School Association. I started teaching at the age of thirteen, as a volunteer. I have taught professionally, for over thirteen years. I have coached soccer. I co-founded a school and taught a wid [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 have a BS in Mathematics from Hofstra University in Hempstead, NY, where I graduated in 5/1994. I took Introduction to Symbolic Logic as a senior and received an A. Also throughout my other Math classes including Probability & Statistics, Calculus, Advanced Calculus, and Advanced Algebra, I used and studied Logic as applicable in those classes. Additionally, part of my sophomore year in high school Math class we learned about logic as it pertained to geometry and then just logic proofs. Are you looking to enhance your math skills, prepare for a standard exam or has your child been struggl [more]

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