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(15) Private Anthropology Tutors offering lessons, class and homework help in Brinnon

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Caitlin

Enthusiastic tutor for Anthropology and Anatomy

I finished my master's degree in Anthropology in 2013. I focused on skeletal development and osteology. I have two years of experience in tutoring for Cultural Anthropology and Biological Anthropology at the University of California, Berkeley. I also was a teaching assistant for Biological Anthropology at Cal State East Bay. Read more

Teaches 2 subjects


April

Experienced Instructor for Learning Disabilities.

I taught and tutored Algebra 1 to students of various learning abilities and ages. I worked with students one on one, in small groups, and classroom settings. Read more


Leah

Patient and knowledgeable

I have been helping elementary and middle school students with their homework for the last four years. I also regularly help friends and family when they need assistance on a paper or important letter. I maintained a 4.0 in school, and had excellent relationships with my teachers, so I can offer advice on how to approach teachers and professors. What I love most about tutoring is the moment when students understand something and don't need me any more! My degree is in Anthropology. For th... Read more

Teaches 2 subjects


Mindy

Seeking students who need help with math or science

During college I'd intended to obtain a dual degree in Anthropology and Biochemistry. Unfortunately, circumstances led to me graduating with only one degree (Computer Science) earlier than planned. When I graduated I was 6 credits (2 classes) short of my BA in Anthropology. I'd not only maintained an A average in the classes required for my Anthro BA, but I'd worked on several extra-curricular papers and assignments. Since college I've remained an avid follower of current Anthropological trends and research. My specialties include postmodernist philosophy (including post-pomo arguments), Nat Read more


Brigit

UW Grad - English, History, Sociology/Anthropology, Japanese

My Japan Studies undergraduate degree included a number of courses on Anthropology of Japan. In addition, I specialized in Anthropology in graduate school, and my thesis was on the burgeoning tourism industry in North Korea, a paper which I delivered at multiple graduate student conferences. To prepare for a Ph.D. in Anthropolgoy, I took ANTH 565, Theory of Sociocultural Anthropology, at the University of Washington and received a 3.8. Read more


Tapoja

Experienced Anthropology Instructor

I have a Ph.D. in Anthropology from University of Washington. Currently I am Affiliate Instructor at the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies at the University of Washington. I have taught several undergraduate anthropology courses at the University of Washington, City University of New York - College of Staten Island, Haverford College, and Montgomery College (in MD) in the past 8 years. Read more

Teaches 2 subjects


Stefanie

7-Yrs Teaching Experience in Biology and Anthropology

I worked for Disability Support Services at Central Washington University for 3 years. During this time, I worked with students who have learning disabilities including ADD and ADHD. As a TA in the Biology and Anthropology departments for 7 years, I have had several students in my courses that have had learning disabilities. I adjust my teaching style and make accommodations to students who need a little extra time and patience in whatever subject we are doing. This includes extra time for testing, note-taking, reading/interpreting information for exams, etc. Read more


Amy

Tutor for Children and Adults

I studied anthropology in both high school and at the UW. I received an A in both courses. I later studied Margaret Mead and Native American cultures both by reading and attending Native American events. Read more


Lee

Reading, writing, ESL, the education booster

I have a BS degree in Anthropology, with a heavy focus on Pacific, Asian, and Native American cultures. Anthropology in a basic sense is the study of culture. It is the science of discovering and documenting interactions of human species throughout living history. We study ancestry, and the unique characteristics and specific practices of a culture. Modern Anthropology immerses the scientist into the culture in order to obtain a first hand understanding. This allows us to claim accuracy. It differs from the past studies where a form of 'armchair' observation was done. This was basically Read more


Jessica

Competent Math, English, History, Science, and Exam Tutor

Anthropology encompasses everything from the social and physical sciences to the humanities and history. My unique experience has given me a firm grasp on all these subjects. I have completed courses in Biological Anthropology and Evolutionary Biology, meaning I have a thorough understanding of the scientific portion of anthropology. I also understand the sociological and aesthetic side. While pursuing my undergraduate biology degree at Brigham Young University, I volunteered for the Museum Of Peoples and Cultures and the Museum of Art. Read more


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