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In addition to my academic and teaching credentials, I studied formal mathematical logic as part of my master's program. As a precursor to Discrete Math and its application to computer programming I took a class named after its primary textbook, "Discrete Structures, Logic, and Computability". This class focused on teaching basic mathematical logic principles and proofs like most others, then went on to tie each concept into specific applications to discrete data structures outlined by the JTFCC (Joint Task Force on Computing Curricula). [more]

I've successfully completed upper division college coursework in Foundations of Mathematics, a logic course which often begins with truth tables and advances rapidly into formal mathematical proof. For several years, I have tutored individuals and offered small group, supplemental instruction to students enrolled in a variety of logic courses. I have been tutoring high school and college students as well as adult learners for over a decade. Typically, I find that most students, even those who claim not to be ?math people,? have the skill and ability necessary to be successful, but they often [more]

As a math major, I've worked both directly and indirectly with logic. I've successfully completed coursework in symbolic logic in the philosophy department, hardware logic gates in the computer science department, as well as using general ideas of logic in programming courses and set theory and proof-based math courses. I have worked with students ages 10-50 on areas from arithmetic up to calculus and statistics. I look forward to working with you! My past students have had no confidence in math, have been failing their classes, and have feared their dream colleges and dream jobs were out of r [more]

-- I was lucky enough to spend extended time studying under the great African philosopher and logician Kwasi Wiredu. -- I've worked as a logic professor at three different post-secondary schools and many students tell me that, although it was scary at first, I made logic their favorite subject of the semester and that I'm their favorite teacher. -- Outside of the classroom, I've led a number of independent study passion projects related to symbolic logic. (Yes, there are people who are passionate about symbolic logic. It's actually not as cold a subject as most people think.) -- I'm a sup [more]

I am currently a fourth-year graduate student in good standing in the department of philosophy at the University of Texas at Austin. I have taken both an undergraduate level logic course from Mercer University as well as a graduate level logic course from UT Austin. I received an A in both courses, as well as good feedback from my professors. I work with logic on a regular basis in my research as a professional philosopher. I offer professional, one-on-one tutoring in a huge array of academic subjects -- math, English, philosophy, the hard sciences, test prep (e.g., SAT, GRE and LSAT) and more [more]

As part of my undergraduate math degree, I studied a fair amount of theory. Also, while learning mathematic theory, I was privileged enough to tutor different levels of logic. I continued my logic and theory education in my two years of graduate school. That teacher that you can't quite understand? The book that doesn't tell you enough of what you need to solve a problem? That's not me. I've been there. Late nights, coffee, office hours, the works. I was a student in the math program struggling to get my bachelor's degree. Then, I spent two more years going for my master's, meaning even longer [more]

I worked in a community college math tutoring center for four years where, among other things, I tutored students in logic, which was a component of the Liberal Arts Math classes and the CLAST test (community college exit exam). I also created many of the study guides and worksheets for logic used in the math center. My teaching certification includes Mathematics, Spanish, and French. I tutor across a number of disciplines, but take my greatest pleasure in bringing an understanding of mathematics and foreign language to students struggling in those areas. I have taught Mathematics at both [more]

I have taken several logic classes during high school and college. As a senior at the Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science, I took "Logic and Game Theory" and received an A. Additionally, I took Intro to Logic at University and received an A in the course. Further, I studied the theory behind logical statements during "Foundations of Mathematics" at University. I also tutored a college student in the University Intro to Logic class and as a result, she made a B on the final exam, allowing her to pass the course. [more]

I hold a bachelor's in mathematics engineering and a minor in computer science. Logic concepts and classes were part of earning my degree. I have taken many different sub-fields of logic, not just basic logic. I also have taught basic logic in my college math labs throughout Florida as I am a certified teacher as well. I can help with a logic and computer science needs. I hold a Bachelors of Mathematics & Science of Education from Tennessee Wesleyan University. Currently, I'm a certified Tutor, and Teacher. I'm Original form the Tampa Bay area and have returned to educate my fellow Floridian's [more]

I am fully qualified to tutor or teach logic, both formal logic and "informal" logic. I have a BS degree in Mathematics (with a minor in Philosophy) from Penn State University and a MA degree from SUNY Buffalo in Mathematics, with a concentration in Mathematical Logic. For the past ten years I have taught at Champlain College in Burlington, Vermont, where I taught math and philosophy. I have taught Critical Thinking at Champlain for over ten years. Prior to that I taught full time at Clinton Community College, where I taught math, statistics, logic and philosophy. [more]

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