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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]

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 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]

Understanding computer and engineering logic is no problem when you have a math coach that can help you identify your skill gaps and help you excel in any area. Whether it be truth tables, Boolean algebra, or logic gates that are causing anxiety, let a professional coach help you. Are you struggling with math anxiety? Let a professional Math Coach help! I have a Master's in Math Education and a Doctorate in Education. I would love to demonstrate my ability to help you improve your skills and confidence. I utilize a learner-centered approach to students and have been helping students for ov [more]

I have taught both Intro to Logic for Liberal Arts Majors, and Intro to Mathematical Logic for 8 years at the College Level. Additional qualifications include a minor in philosophy at the undergraduate level, and papers written that address the automation of syllogisms. Hi! My name is Charlie, and I am here to work with you to help you succeed in statistics and mathematics I am a Statistician by profession and have worked in the Statistics Industry for over thirty years. This includes being a college professor, working for IBM, SPSS , and SAS Corporation. I have been fortunate enough to be [more]

I got a 101 in my college logic class this semester. I'll be happy to help. I tutored the other students in my class when taking the course. In multiple math classes that I have taken, each has a logic component that I always did well in. I have tutored many of these classes and specialize in truth tables and logical proofs. My name is Chelsea and I am returning to Altanta from the Anniston, AL area. With my bachelor's degree in Mathematics from Wesleyan College and brief experience as a high school math teacher, I am confident that I can help with all of your math needs. Looking forward to [more]

I hold a PhD in Mathematics with a specialty in formal language theory. As such, mastery of math fundamentals (I.e., logic) was integral to accomplishing my degree. I was also the "go-to" tutor at NetTutor for logic and other Discrete areas for many years. I have tutored math in college, in homes, and online for over 20 years. I hold a PhD, graduated magna cum laude with a GPA of 3.76, and mentored undergrads on their math projects. I have taught and tutored students who passed with high grades in Basic Math, Intermediate Algebra, Algebra I & II, Finite Math, Math for Liberal Arts, Precalc [more]

My background as a Philosophy major is my overwhelming qualification for tutoring in this course. In addition, I won an award for being the best philosophy student the year I graduated. While logic is not strict philosophy it is the grounding for philosophic principles and the building blocks for a good argument. As a college composition instructor I frequently use tools from logic as I instruct my students how to best develop an argument. I have a PhD from Trinity College Dublin with a completed dissertation on Shakespeare. Beyond my research, I also have sevens years experience teaching at u [more]

I have spent the past 20 years designing and building computerized decision support systems. These systems are a combination of production rule systems, logic trees, and logical graphs (cyclic and acyclic). I have taught decision making at the graduate level to informatics students. I have also studied analog and digital circuit design. I have more than 20 years experience working in engineering and informatics specializing in mathematical modeling, knowledge engineering, data/information modeling, ontologies, programming, and databases. I have spent the past 20 years designing and build [more]

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