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(45) Private Anthropology Tutors offering lessons, class and homework help in Stevenson Ranch

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Nicole

Yale, UCLA alum tutors Reading/Writing, Study Skills, and more

My training in Anthropology began in High School when I took AP World History and was exposed to cultural anthropological works. I then majored in college in Anthropology, graduating with a B.A. with Distinction in the major from Yale University. I have an M.A. in Anthropology (with a focus on culture and the environment) from UCLA and am currently working on my Dissertation in the same subject. Over the course of my training I've taken classes in all 4 subfields of anthropology, and subsequently taught classes in 3 of the 4 subfields at UCLA. Read more


James

USC Graduate and Registered Intellectual Property Professional

The fundamental subject that transitions from arithmetic to perhaps the whole of advanced mathematics, the basic principles of algebra are fun to learn and even easier than you might think. Especially when you have a competent tutor such as myself by your side. Read more


Molly

PhD Candidate & Social Science/Humanities/Writing Tutor

I am a PhD candidate in Anthropology at UCLA, and have completed extensive coursework in cultural, linguistic, biological, and archaeological methodologies and histories. I am a departmental teacher's assistant and am familiar with a wide range of historical trajectories and contemporary issues. Read more


Ariel

Personable and Hardworking Tutor In All Subjects

During high school, I took both the ACT practice test and the ACT. I obtained scores that were higher than the national average on both tests. What prepared me for this test was my ability to maintain a 4.00 G.P.A. in all of my high school English (1-4 CP), Math (Algebra 1CP, Algebra 2CP, Precalculus Honors, and AP Calculus BC), and Science (Biology CP, Chemistry CP, Physics CP, and Physiology CP) classes. Read more


Joel

English, ESL, History, Government, Geography, Spanish Tutor

I have a B.A. and an M.A. in history. I have taught history at the high school and the college level. Read more


Dawn

Dean's List Grad Specializing In Writing, Editing, and Test Prep.

I earned an A.A. in Anthropology in Spring, 2014 from Los Angeles Valley College. My G.P.A. was 3.977. I also earned an Anthropology Cultural Competency Certificate in Spring, 2013. I volunteered for the Child Development Center and was a collections intern at a local museum. Read more


John

Euro-American L.A. Based Tutor

I have been on many anthropological missions and research trips in Europe and the U.S. I have a very good understanding of anthropology and I continue to read relevant articles almost daily. I have tutored two students previously in this subject. Read more


Hannah

UCLA Graduate teaching SAT/ACT prep, math, Spanish, and more.

I have been a math tutor for over 6 years with difficulty levels ranging up to precalculus. I am currently an SAT and ACT prep instructor for a tutoring company so I have experience in these subjects. Additionally, I scored well on both the SAT and ACT math sections and I have a genuine love for teaching math to others. I took AP Calculus BC in high school as well as college calculus at UCLA. Read more


Patrick

English and Social Sciences Tutor

I have tutored two students in Anthropology at the college level and they both received A's in their courses. As a tutor, I try to find modern examples of anthropological concepts, which allows a student to explore the relationship between the two. I also present anthropology as a larger examination of human culture, involving geography, history and interactions between different cultures. I avoid the approach of studying separate cultures individually, which makes the subject more about memorization and repetition than contextual learning. Read more


Melissa

Piano teacher and Anthropology tutor

I have a wide variety of interests and experiences in anthropology. I studied human paleontology with Erik Trinkaus at Washington University in St. Louis, and therefore have a significant knowledge base about anatomy of Homo sapiens neanderthalensis and anatomically modern humans from the Middle Pleistocene. I have a personal interest in both gracile and robust Australopithecine species, and studied their locomotion and anatomy with John Kappelman at the University of Texas at Austin. While at UT, I taught classes and labs in Introduction to Physical Anthropology, Anthropological Geneti Read more


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