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Over the course of my undergraduate career I took many different classes, one of which was a introduction to logic class for freshmen. Additionally, I have my degree in mathematics through which I have been rigorously been trained to think critically and make sound logically arguments. I have taken 3 years worth of classes in which I had to explain step-by-step proofs for myself and the professor to grade. Hi! I am Rob and I am currently a graduate student at University of Albany. I have tutored math both in high school and college. I have my B.A. in Mathematics from SUNY Potsdam and a M.A. in [more]

Logic used to be part of the NYS Geometry curriculum and it was on the NYS regents exam. I've taught logic for 6 years. I've been teaching for nearly 10 years - I began at a Catholic Prep school for 5 years and then I taught at a public school in Massachusetts. I've also worked at the Massachusetts DOE where I wrote and edited the math MCAS exams (similar to the NYS Regents exams) and helped edit the PARCC exams. I enjoy teaching and helping students understand and master challenging topics. Former students say that I can explain things really well, that I break things down into step-b [more]

I have received A's in one course in symbolic logic and one graduate-level course in modern predicate logic (covering topics such as completeness and soundness, truth trees, and Godel's Incompleteness Theorem). I have audited one graduate seminar on logical consequence in Notre Dame's Philosophy Department and another proofs-based course on the logical foundations of computer science in the Notre Dame Mathematics Department. I have worked through syllogistic logic textbooks with university students. I also have a minor in theoretical, proofs-based mathematics, so I have a lot of experience wit [more]

I love teaching and have a lifetime of experience at it. If you have a desire to learn, I can help you. As a tutor, I develop lessons that are substantive, challenging and geared to the individual's learning style. At the same time, I try to make my classes interesting and enjoyable. I have excellent writing skills, organizational skills and critical thinking skills, all of which enhance my performance as a teacher. I have been working with WyzAnt for the last four years and have successf... [more]

Logic is an inherent component of all mathematics which I utilize on a daily basis in my teaching and professional careers. In 2009, I gave a presentation in logic at the EPADEL (Eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware) Mathematics Association of America meeting in Gettysburg, PA which focused on creating your own axiomatic (logic-based) system. **I am now accepting students for the Fall 2018 Semester in both college and high school!** I completed my Bachelor's in Mathematics with Secondary Education Certification from King's College in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, where I took every Mathematics cou [more]

As a Java programmer at the Graduate level, logical fallacies are my pet peeve. I have studied symbolic logic since an undergrad, which has given me the ability to express phrases as variables and operators. I additionally have a pragmatic, objective view of life which is another take on the word "logic". My name is Craig and I am a Neuroscientist at the Boston University School of Medicine. I am currently researching new ways to treat Alzheimer's and Parkinson's Diseases. I'd like to help kids get interested and excited about school by showing them it can lead to interesting and "cool" places [more]

I have taken multiple Logic courses in college. I got an A in my introduction to Logic course, as well as my higher level logic courses. Also I have studied logic mathematically and in the case for circuitry. I have recently graduated from Rutgers-Newark with a double major in Mathematics and Physics. I have been passionate about teaching math ever since I tutored math and physics. Despite extensive experience working in electronics communications, my most rewarding job has been teaching high school math in a summer program to prepare students for college. My practical experience in electron [more]

With a degree in computer engineering and minor in computer science, I have taken five logic math and circuits courses. I graduated from SUNY Polytechnic Institute with Bachelor of Sciences in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering with minors in Math and Computer Science. I also hold a Master of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering (MSEE) with 3.7 GPA, Concentration in Electrical Power System, along with a Graduate Certificate in Power System and Electronics from NYU-POLY in Brooklyn NY. I was attending NYU-POLY as a Ph.D. student in Electrical Engineering. However, due to my curren [more]

I have a Master's degree in theology with a concentration in apologetics, which is the science and art of rational argumentation. I possess 18 credit units at the Master's level in this concentration. This discipline studies what constitutes a cohesive case by identifying logical fallacies and other erroneous tactics in argumentation and persuasion. I have taught logic and argumentation for a college and seminary. My knowledge of this subject is well-versed, spanning from early Aristotelian syllogisms to modern discussions of alternative ways of knowing (epistemology). [more]

Logic is a branch of mathematics. It also plays a significant role in electronics. In light of the fact that I possess a 4 year degree in electrical engineering and a graduate degree in math ed, I have had considerable experience with this subject matter. Also, in my geometry classes an entire chapter was devoted to logic, which I taught. Hello, I am a certified math teacher for grades 7-12 (New York State as well as an experienced engineer having worked for GE consumer electronics and medical equipment manufacturers. My strength lies in my ability to describe math clearly and to connect [more]

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