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(30) Private Anthropology Tutors offering lessons, class and homework help in Palos Park

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Christine

Princeton BA, Oxford Master's, Teacher Training, SpEd Experience

I studied Anthropology at Princeton and Oxford, earning A's in those classes. I have maintained a strong interest in this subject since that time, and have stayed abreast of developments in the field. Read more


Mary

Exhibiting 3D artist, published writer on art.

I have a masters degree in ceramics/sculpture from the U. of Illinois. I have travelled widely and I have published articles on world ceramics. I have taught ceramics at Columbia College, Chicago for thirty years. For two summers I joined a team from the U.of Illinois and excavated at an ancient and medieval site in northern Greece. Read more


Monica

Leading Education Specialist (Curriculum and Instruction)

I am a college professor in the Anthropology and Sociology department with over 7 years teaching experience in this area. Read more


Dave

A well rounded education for well rounded students

Anthropology was one of my majors while completing my dual BA at Albion College. I have extensive experience writing in the discipline at the undergraduate level and have attended graduate seminars to further my the scope of my reading in the field. I use but do not rely on textbooks to explain concepts in Anthropology, and prefer to utilize specific ethnographic works to illustrate methods and application of theory. Read more


Daniel

Master's Student in Education Tutoring English, Social Studies and Mor

My undergraduate major was anthropology, in which I earned the Outstanding Senior Thesis Award. I have a minor in East Asian Studies, which consisted of both language and cultural learning. Finally, I studied abroad in Japan, taking classes in both anthropology and East Asian Studies. Read more


Judith

Judith S.:English,Reading,Writing,Social Sciences, History,

My expertise in American History includes eighteenth, nineteenth and twentieth century issues. As a tutor, I will make American History fun, enjoyable and engaging! Read more


Carrie

Carrie (anthropology, ballroom dancing, piano)

I have a bachelor's degree in sociology/anthropology, and a master's degree in anthropology. I have done fieldwork in Fife, Scotland, where I studied folk dancing for a summer, and in Cape Verde, West Africa, where I taught ESL for two years. While my expertise is in cultural anthropology, I am also knowledgeable enough in the other sub-fields (archaeology, biological/physical, and linguistic anthropology) to tutor undergraduate level courses. I was a TA for Anthropology 101 for a year, where I led group discussions and clarified concepts. Read more


Michael

Math and Science Tutor, Biochemist with Friendly and Direct style

I continuously have been teaching algebra, geometry, algebra II, Trigonometry, and ACT Test Taking Strategy, Precalculus, and Fundamentals of Calculus in classrooms, libraries and homes for 5 years. I began my work with Help Yourself and Upward Bound in elementary and high school classrooms in Northern Illinois and Wisconsin in 2010. I am familiar with coordinate and two dimensional postulates as well as the common laws of algebra: associative, commutative, transitive, distributive, additive, etc. I am comfortable guiding a pupil from Descartes to Pythagorus for an Algebra I student. Read more


Dylan

Recent College Grad

Having just completed my undergraduate program at the University of Illinois at Chicago, I obtained a bachelor's degree in anthropology. From this major I took several courses dealing with the subject. These classes dealt with all of the major sub-fields including archaeological, cultural, physical, and linguistic anthropology. In general I am primarily interested in linguistic anthropology, but am knowledgeable about all aspects of the subject. Read more

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Cristofre

Eclectic PhD Tutor for Philosophy, Humanities, Writing & More

Taught online courses for Colorado Technical University in Anthropology, under the rubric of the Humanities, called World Cultures & Values. Used the textbook: "Culture Counts: A Concise Introduction to Cultural Anthropology," with supplemental writings, including: "The Pirahã" by Daniel Everett; Malinowski on "Science & Magic"; "The Relation of Habitual Thought and Behavior to Language" by Benjamin Whorf; and "Body Ritual Among the Nacirema" by Horace Miner. Read more


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