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I love philosophy. Logic, as a branch of philosophy and mathematics, was so fun to study. I loved deductive logic, syllogistic logic, metalogic, predicate logic, you name it. Then getting into proof theory and set theory, that got real fun too. But it's not easy. I get it. We need help sometimes and getting a Logic tutor might be right for you. Search for a Logic tutor by entering your zipcode and subject as "logic" and contact a logic tutor near you.
KaylaI'm a tutor who loves learning, loves teaching, and utilizes an approach that is patient, amicable, and determined. I have four years of experience as a writing tutor at the college level, where I helped students develop writing skills and essays in a wide range of subjects. I focused on philosophy and English literature as an undergraduate, and I developed strong skills for close reading and logic. When I tutor students, I feel that I must get them engaged and learning. We don't just read or try to memorize things. Instead, my sessions encourage open communication and fun. I believe every student can achieve success in learning, and I believe that fun is one of the most important ways to ensure that happens. When students are interested in a topic, they become more engaged and more motivated to learn it. I encourage my students to find their own topics of interest in things that they want to learn. My goal is to help students succeed, and I know that their goal is success as well. I believe with determination and hard work, students can be successful. I'm looking forward to helping students learn to write better essays, gain a command of English grammar and syntax, and understand literature.
Roger Williams University - Bachelor in Arts, Philosophy, English Literature
English Grammar and Syntax
JonathanI attended the University of Chicago, where I earned my degree in political science. I took additional courses in philosophy and literature. What I like most about being a tutor is helping students find success after putting in the effort to achieve their goals. My favorite subjects for tutoring are test preparation for the SAT and the GRE. The reason I like these so much is because scoring well provides huge opportunities for students, and everyone should have the chance to achieve that. I was on the debate team in college and high school, and as such, I enjoy talking students through the logic of standardized tests. I want to help students build the mental stamina and the awareness needed to stick out the entire test and get every possible answer right.
The University of Chicago - Bachelor in Arts, Political Science and Government
PSAT Writing Skills
PSAT Critical Reading
High School English
ChrisI'm Chris, a writer and philosopher who loves teaching. I received a teaching award at the University of Washington where I spent two years as a TA. I've had the opportunity to teach courses like contemporary moral problems, religion, philosophy, and logic. I'm looking forward to tutoring students in a wide array of subjects in English and humanities, along with test preparation. I like to work collaboratively with students, and I like to make sessions interesting and fun. As for my students, I guide them on a path of learning based on their interests and experiences. I invest myself in the success of my students, and I feel pride when students learn under my tutelage. I'm looking forward to helping students learn more about writing, reading, literature, vocabulary, and other aspects of English, as well as helping them prepare for the ACT, GRE, SAT, and other exams.
Bowling Green State University - Bachelor in Arts, Philosophy
University of Washington - Master of Arts, Philosophy