3 Logic Tutors Found Near West Valley City, UT

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Michael M.

Logic Tutor

Pocatello, ID 83201

Will travel 30 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 4 ratings

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Professional Instructor For Mathematics and Science Tutoring

I am a graduate of mathematics and physics. Logic is the name of the game for my profession. I also teach a course for my university in logic called Math in Modern Society. I believe engaging students in this subject is of vital importance to their success and I do so by use of the EDGE method (Explain, Demonstrate, Guide, and Enable). I am 33 years old, and I am a passionate mathematician and scientist. I received a bachelor of science in both mathematics and physics, and I finished a graduate degree in physics. It is my desire to change the perspective of math and science in my community an [more]

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Blake C.

Logic Tutor

Sandy, UT 84070

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

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Software Engineering/Math Tutor

I received a B in a Logic and Problem Solving Computer Science class at Salt Lake Community College. I also have 15 years experience in IT. Thanks for visiting my profile. I have been a math tutor at Develop Education Center for the last year. I have also taught ACT Preparation. In addition, I tutor Software Engineering. I have taught Object Oriented Programming and Front-End Development. The bulk of my math tutoring was in Algebra 2. I really enjoy tutoring. This is my way of giving back to the community. Math really made sense to me in college and is something I enjoy. I also enj [more]

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James N.

Logic Tutor

Pocatello, ID 83202

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

4.27 22 ratings

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I love to tutor & have Master's degrees in Physics and Philosophy

In both my undergraduate and graduate studies in Philosophy I took both informal and formal/symbolic logic courses. While an adjunct professor at Barton County Community College, I developed for online delivery and taught the 8 week BARTONline PHIL1605 - Introduction to Logic; this was predominately an class in informal logic though we did cover formal logic to some extent. As an adjunct professor at Bethany College, MSUD and CU Denver, I taught courses in Introduction to Philosophy and Ethics, and in both cases I always greatly emphasized the informal logic arguments of the material covered [more]