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(21) Private Anthropology Tutors offering lessons, class and homework help in Bridgeport

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Ryan

Science & Math Tutor - Middle & High School, College Core help!

I have a bachelor's degree in Anthropology/Human Biology from Temple University. I have been a secondary science teacher for the last 9 years with a certification in secondary biology. Read more


Jeffrey

Physician Tutor

I am a physician with a BA in psychology and an MS in the Natural Sciences. I taught at the medical school and post-graduate level for 7 years. As an important part of the educational process I counseled dozens of students through their educational choices. Read more


Frederick

Tutor for: SAT, Social Studies, Math, Language Arts

I have studied anthropology as part of my Secondary Education Social Studies program at Temple University. Read more


Vinayak

PhD student in Biology tutoring for any level biology course

Biological anthropology is the branch of anthropology that deals with physical development of the human species. The key study areas in biological anthropology include human genetics, anatomy and paleoarchealogy. It deals with the understanding of human migration and trying to draw parallels with how it has influenced human evolution. By looking at fossil records and physical traits present in different human populations an evolutionary history of home sapiens can be traced and studied. Read more


Sarah

Student focused tutor and College & Career Coach

I minored in anthropology at The College of New Jersey. I combined my minor with my History and Women & Gender Studies major to do field research and ethnographic studies. I did field work in Trenton, NJ and also employed ethnographic methods during my thesis writing. My thesis writing focused on collecting oral histories from South Asian migrant communities. Read more


Sarah

UPenn Master's Students Who Wants to Help You or Your Child!

*Took a developmental psychology course that led to a deep understanding of academic issues related to ADD/ADHD *Tutored several college students with ADD and helped resolve issues such as inability to concentrate on one task for too long. I did this by creating a varied schedule that focuses on short bursts of productivity rather than long drawn out study sessions. This increased productivity. Read more


Richard

I have PhD in Sociocultural Anthropology and have taught it.

I have 19 years of field experience in Cultural Anthropology with a master's Degree in Social Science from the University of Texas at Arlington 1992, and a PhD in Anthropology The University at Albany (SUNY) 1996. I have taught at Marist College. Poughkeepsie NY at Bryan College, Dayton, TN, for St. Joseph's College at Erlinger Hospital. Chattanooga, TN and I taught at Chattanooga Com.Technical College in Dayton , TN and at two other out laying locations. Later in PA I taught Sociology,and Anthropology at North Hampton Com. College. I like to dialog with students. Read more

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Chad

Double Masters Certified History/English Teacher WRITING

I minored in Anthropology in college and, most recently, took two Anthropology courses at la Universidad de las Americas, in Cholula, Puebla (Mexico). One course focused on the people of ancient Mesoamerica, while the other required the students to interact with modern people in a city, connecting past and present themes. Anthropology is a key topic of discussion in our home, especially because my wife has a Masters in Anthropology (Brandeis Universtiy). Read more


Nicholas

Knowledgeable and Encouraging English, SAT, and College Prep Tutor

I graduated from Rutgers University with a 3.9 GPA in the courses I took to fulfill my Anthropology major, which included courses in cultural, linguistic, and evolutionary anthropology, as well as archaeology. I am very familiar with field methods in paleoanthropology and archaeology due to the time I spent studying with the Koobi Fora Anthropological Field School in Kenya during the summer of 2012. I complemented this experience with independent research during my senior year of college on stone tool use in pre-modern and early humans. Read more


Samantha

History and Social Studies

I took two Anthropology classes in college as requirements for my Social Studies Teaching degree. My Sophomore year I took the class 'Understanding Human Cultures' and Junior year I took 'Indians of North America.' I received an A in both of these classes and was selected to be a peer tutor for 'Understanding Human Cultures'. I worked as a peer tutor for this class for a full semester. Read more


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