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Will travel 10 miles

$75 per hour.

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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]

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]

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 currently finishing my B.S. in Math at William and Mary. I have completed all but two math courses including Introduction to proofs and several proof based classes. In addition I have completed the Philosophy course Critical Thinking. I am a second semester Graduate Student at the William and Mary School of Education graduating this spring, and I graduated this past May from William and Mary with my degree in Math. However, I was not at all a natural at math during middle and high school. I did not even think I liked math until Calculus, so I relate closely to struggling through those cla [more]

I have been teaching Logic and Advanced logic for the past ten years at the university level. I have developed curricula for Logic courses for college sophomores, juniors and seniors, as well as graduate-level students. Background includes extensive experience in teaching classical deductive logic, syllogistic technique, argument analysis, and induction. My passion is working with students and I love to see my students succeed. With over 15 years of teaching and tutoring experience at the K-12, college, and adult learner levels, I am patient and skilled at explaining ideas and concepts in mult [more]

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