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(6) Private Anthropology Tutors offering lessons, class and homework help in Saint Bernard

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Jessie

Professional, encouraging, and well versed tutor at your service!

Hello, my name is Jessie, your friendly neighborhood tutor! I have a passion for learning and people, which makes me naturally drawn to teaching. Though I enjoy working with all age groups, I have an affinity for elementary education, especially ages 4 to 7. I was a religious school instructor for over a decade, and worked in the schools as a Pre-Kindergarten classroom substitute and social worker for 5 years. I graduated from Duke University in Cultural Anthropology and will be starting a Ma... Read more


Martin

PhD in Political Science for Hire

Hi, my name is Martin and I'm a PhD in Political Science that lives off Oak Street in Uptown New Orleans. I'm available to tutor college, high school, and middle school students in English, Math, and all of the social sciences, not to mention many more disciplines: see qualifications listed below. I have experience teaching as a TA at the university level but don't plan on returning to teaching until after completing some ongoing research. Until then, I'll be tutoring to help students reach... Read more


Susan

Experienced Tutor in Anthropology, History, and English!

Hi there! My name is Susan, and I graduated cum laude from Tulane University with an MA in Archaeology. I also received two undergraduate degrees from Tulane, a BFA in Theatre Performance, and a BA in Cultural Anthropology. I am a private tutor for homeschooled children ages 6-14 through an online teaching platform and have nearly a year of experience teaching evolutionary theory, and various anthropological contexts. I am also a skilled writer, and can offer English tutoring from basic gram... Read more

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Carol

Skilled Math, Test Prep, Reading, and Writing Tutor

In the spring of 2003 I finished Economics 1000 at our local University of New Orleans. World poverty, market structures and prices, government control of prices, economics of higher education, economics of crime were topics in Chapters 1-3 and 5 as well as our first one hour exam. We sat in a huge auditorium while lectured by our professor standing on a stage with slides on the screen. We finished 13 chapters while covering a huge number of policy, taxation, energy problems, and health issues with social security poverty problems and discrimination that semester. I have many T-F and multiple Read more


Nick

Physics and Bio Teacher - High School

I'm a certified high school science teacher in the South Bronx. I've been teaching for 3 years and have tutored many students over that time. I've taught many different subjects, including AP Bio, Physics, and other science electives. I've completed biological research, and I'm knowledgeable of a wide variety of topics. Please contact me if you are interested in arranging for tutoring sessions, or if you have any questions. Thanks!... Read more


Becky

Archaeologist/Art Historian + expertise in many Humanities fields

I am a dual-degree graduate from LSU with a B.A. in Anthropology (focusing in archaeology and general prehistory) and a B.A. in Art History with additional graduate coursework in archaeology, statistics, and geography. I have 7+ years of experience with original research projects and general research assistance. My studies covered most subjects in the humanities including anthropology (cultural, physical, linguistic, and archaeology), world history, English, Spanish, sociology, art, religion,... Read more


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