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(19) Private Anthropology Tutors offering lessons, class and homework help in Bahama

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Dina

Enthusiastic and friendly biology tutor

I have an undergraduate degree in Anthropology from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. I have tutoring experience in biological anthropology, specifically regarding the behavior and biology of women. Tutoring for this subject is very similar to tutoring for biology or physiology since much of the content is focused on the endocrinology of women. Techniques for tutoring would include creating flowcharts and flashcards to develop vocabulary. Read more


Claudio

Spanish Tutor, Anthropology and Psychology Tutor

I have played guitar for 10 years and have taught others how to play. I have a background with theory, improvisation, and song composition. My goal is to help the student learn guitar, develop the skills they need as musicians, and to use the guitar to create their own music and explore new ground as they let their musical potential come to light. Read more


Shannon

Knowledgeable med student to tutor math, science, and test prep.

I have personally completed math courses through the college calculus sequence and earned A's in each course. I have also tutored algebra 1 in the past with significant student improvement, evidenced by course grade and a more positive outlook towards math. I can break down even the trickiest of word problems and equations into real-life examples that are on any student's level, meeting them where they are and helping them to improve their skills. Read more


Maureen

National Board Certified Teacher ESL, English, Spanish

I have passed the high school math Praxis test for teachers, and have taught algebra 1 and pre-algebra in both English and Spanish. Read more


Isaiah

Patient, upbeat, effective grad student-writing, humanities, socialsci

I have extensive writing and editing experience (including two 30 page papers). As a junior in college I was nominated by professors for an information literacy prize, and was awarded 4th place out of over 200 applicants. I have received two summer research grants to work with historian Dr. Angela Tarango (religion department) at Trinity, and over the course of those summers I gained valuable insights into historical research methodologies. Read more


Alannah

Helping other learn is my passion!

I have a B.A. degree in Anthropology and tutored throughout my undergraduate career as well as when I worked as interim student assistant at UNC-G during my time there. I worked with HYPE at UNC (tutoring to disadvantage youth) and I had 3.5 major gpa. Anthropology is largely conceptual and theoretic requiring lessons in history, the impact of geography and nature on the body as well as on daily lives, and introduction to open-minded way of establish understanding human, rules, laws, and physical and cultural evolution. Read more

Teaches 3 subjects


Leah

Fun, Effective Style for Science, English, Math

At Vanderbilt University, one of my majors was Anthropology, and I graduated in that subject with a 3.9 GPA. Anthropology has also been a part of my graduate studies and professional work. I tutored students in Anthropology for three years while at Vanderbilt. Read more

Teaches 2 subjects


Mina

Writing, SAT and SAT Subject Tests, AP Tests

I'm majoring in Anthropology at Duke University. I have taken all the core courses in anthropological theory, history, and fieldwork methodology. I have a major GPA of 3.9. Therefore, I believe I am qualified to tutor someone in this subject. Read more


Justin

Anatomy & Physiology (& general Biology) in the Research Triangle

I majored in Anthropology as an undergraduate at Washington University in St. Louis (with honors). I have a Master's in Physical Anthropology and am currently working on my PhD. Read more


Charles

Charles, tutoring esl, anthropology, religion and culinary arts

I have a BA in both anthropology and religious studies. I am trained in the study of human/primate evolution and the links between evolution, culture, and human development. The development of humans is indeed complex, and requires knowledge of biological, historical, geographical, and social contexts. My focus is primarily in cultural anthropology, but I have studied the four primary disciplines of anthropology (archeology, biological anthropology, linguistics, cultural anthropology) extensively. I have done research at home as well as abroad in Ecuador, Thailand, and India. Read more


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