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I have taken every logic course available to me: one based off Aristotle's Organon, one in the philosophy department, one in the mathematics department, and a computer science course for logic gates and truth tables. I passed each with an A. I've tutored logic formally through CSU Channel Islands and informally for individuals, groups, and ongoing classes at other schools. I have also applied it daily in my professional life as an engineer. I'm familiar with current mathematical notations as well as those used by computer science and classics students. I'm also familiar with how demanding and [more]

Since receiving my Ph.D. from the Logic and Philosophy of Science department at UC Irvine (in 2004), I have been teaching Logic at local colleges since 2005. In 2005, I taught the Language, Proof, and Logic textbook, but since then I have been using the Power of Logic. The classes I have taught have been billed as "Symbolic Logic", "Introduction to Logic", and "Logic and Critical Thinking." My goal is to help you learn math, and to come to see that math is useful, interesting, and fun. I teach all kinds of math, but my specialty is pre-calculus (Algebra and Trigonometry). When I was a stu [more]

I've taken two Logic courses and also many courses which utilize Logic. I have experience in tutoring Boolean Logic and Boolean Algebra. I have a BS in Mathematics from the University of California, Riverside. I also attended California State University, San Marcos as a graduate student in Mathematics; the degree is incomplete and I discontinued the program. I've been tutoring since December 2013. I've tutored all ages, K through college. I'm currently employed as a tutor in a group center and so I will have to work around that schedule. I am available Monday through Thursday from noon un [more]

I majored in philosophy at U.C. Berkeley, and logic was one of the core competencies of the curriculum. Among my coursework was a class dedicated solely to logic and another one was dedicated to analyzing fallacies. After that I earned two more degrees. Since then I have spent 18 years as a professional orator, and logic is a key component of persuasive oratory. TEACHING EXPERIENCE I've had vast experience in teaching and tutoring, including teaching history and philosophy at a graduate level, mentoring college students, and college career prep with high school students. I've been a guest [more]

Logic is one of my core areas of research interest and is the area I have the most experience teaching in. I have taken numerous graduate-level courses in logic, including Modal Logic and Metalogic. I developed and taught a university-level course covering both Propositional (Sentential) and Predicate (Quantificational) Logic. I have also worked with USC faculty to develop online resources for teaching and learning introductory logic, aimed at making the material accessible to visual learners unfamiliar with formal languages. [more]

During my undergraduate studies I got a 3.8 in a logic course, and during my graduate studies I got a 3.7 in a deductive reasoning course. On the logic section of the GRE test I was at the 91 percentile score level. I regularly use logical reasoning when explaining math to students, during my own graduate studies - MS in Mathematics earned 2012, and in every day life. I have 15 years of experience teaching mathematics to students of all ages and backgrounds, but I especially enjoy tutoring students one-on-one where I can focus on the student's individual learning needs. I have taught and tu [more]

I've taken college courses in critical thinking which used symbolic logic. I'm aware of categorical (the syllogistic), propositional, and predicate logic. I can help students break arguments in to symbolic statements, compute truth tables, and help analyze validity of argument forms. I'm also aware of the connection with logical fallacies, both formal and informal. My name is David and I tutor physics and mathematics. I graduated from UC Riverside with a double major in Physics and Mathematics, Magna Cum Laude and most recently earned my Master's in Teaching from USC. I have over a decade [more]

I completed a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy from the University of California, Los Angeles. I completed two lower-division philosophy courses in Logic as an undergraduate, one of which is now an upper-division philosophy course in the philosophy department at UCLA. These Logic courses were instructed by a world-renowned logician in the Philosophy department at UCLA by the name of David Kaplan, via a software program he authored, Logic 2000. ***Please note that Wyzant has recently changed its tutors' public profile layout, such that there are now only 25 Wyzant student testimonials di [more]

As a Mathematics Major, I am constantly building off of my foundation in Logic through classes such as Discrete Mathematics, which continues off of the concepts introduced in Logic. However, my formal qualifications include an A grade in my University-level Logic class, an A grade in my Discrete Mathematics class (where we wrote formalized symbolic proofs, Venn Diagrams, and translations, such as in Logic), and a semester of tutoring Logic to students in the Math Resource Center at my University. My tutoring methods include explaining the goals and methods of proof-writing through line-by-line [more]

I have my degree in Pure Mathematics and I have had to take many proofs classes, including one on Basic Set Theory and Logic. I am determined to succeed and the only time I see success is when my students succeed. This correlates with my competitiveness in that I will take pride in my students, and always push them to do their best. I strongly believe that my kids will be a reflection of myself so therefore, I will invest into my students so that failure is rare because if they fail; I failed as well. Over the years I have spent time and money in building my professional qualities that will [more]

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