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

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Brian

Creative, friendly, licensed tutor: math, social science, writing

I minored in anthropology at University of Iowa, earning a solid 3.4 GPA, and continue to read and sometimes tutor in the field. I combine a solid understanding of major topics in the field, a gift for summarizing research into memorable stories, and a ruthless willingness to borrow clever anthropology lesson plans from the Internet. Read more


Joanie

Master's in English: ESL, Writing, Social Sciences, Culture, Art!

I received a BA in Cultural Anthropology from Barnard College, Columbia University. My MA degree is in English and transnational literature. Anthropology is a broad field so tutoring methods depend on the student's individual needs, but I can coach on all of the major anthropological paradigms and theorists. 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


Deborah

Dreaming in English!

I have earned both a K-12 grades ESL Certificate for teaching students whose native language is not English. I have also been awarded a TEFL Certificate. This course was offered through Bridge-Linguatec, which is based in Colorado. It is a 4-week, 40 hours a week course offered in Denver and several other locations. I took the course in Santiago, Chile. Since earning these two ESL/ELL Certificates, I have taught and tutored students at all grade levels through the Chapel Hill/Carrboro Schools and the Durham Public Schools. In addition, I have experience teaching SAT writing and reading Read more


Ley

Science Made Easy

I have a minor in history, and believe that students get more out of history if they find something about it to make it interesting. I bring out the personal methods of history by telling humorous stories that will help students remember the information that they are learning. Read more


June

Master tutor with over Fifteen years experience; Master's Degree

My graduate degree from NCSU had a core in cultural anthropology including classes in physical anthropology, linguistics, Buddhism, SE Asian culture, women studies, urban anthropology, world religions, kinship system, and cultural anthropology totally over 18 graduate hours in the subject thus qualifying me to teach it to undergraduates at a college. I also did research on the Eastern band of Cherokee Indians with a grant from a scholars' association and research in an international internship on Hilltribe cultural issues in Thailand where I lived for four months during grad school. Read more


Ben

Experienced Writing Tutor and Project Brainstormer!

As a Ph.D. Candidate in Anthropology, following years of bachelor's and master's coursework in the subject, I have been exposed to a wide variety of course content and teaching strategies in this discipline. I have instructed my own courses or served as a teaching assistant for introductory anthropology, biological anthropology, archaeology, and more focused topical courses, such as war and peace, human evolution, moral consciousness, and the anthropology of food. This has involved the creation of classroom activities, discussion and writing exercises, exams, and course assignments. I teach co 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


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

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Kathleen

Award-winning Stanford retiree, education/research specialist

My PhD in Comparative and International Education involves application of social science methodology to the field of education in its broadest sense, e.g., my dissertation was a study of politics and educational reform efforts in Chile under three successive regimes. I have taught university-level courses with anthropological and sociological content and methods (e.g., "Children and Urban Poverty"), as well as courses in advanced research methodology for the social sciences. Read more


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