6 Archaeology Tutors Found Near Dearborn, MI



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Tiffany C.

Archaeology Tutor

Ann Arbor, MI 48104

Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 36 ratings

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Challenges are made to be overcome.

My ongoing PhD dissertation research focuses on the archaeology of a series of 19th century indigenous revolt sites in Quintana Roo, Mexico. In addition to my current fieldwork, I have worked on archaeological projects in Turkey (Catalhoyuk), Northern England (Binchester Roman Fort), Western Australia, and throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. I have been a teaching assistant for two archaeology courses - "Introduction to Archaeology" and "Public Policy, Museums, and Cultural Heritage" - for which I taught two weekly 50-minute discussion sections and held office hours for individualized advis [more]


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John L.

Archaeology Tutor

Youngstown, OH 44514

Will travel 20 miles

$30 per hour.

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College instructor- English, Writing, History, Music- more

Much of the coursework for my baccalaureate degree was spent in the field for Archaeology and Anthropology credits. I have been on site with Dr. John White and Dr. Gary Fry- both with Youngstown State. Currently, I work for the Youngstown Center for Industry and Labor as an archivist and industrial archaeologist under the direction of Dr. Thomas Leary, the director of Education. I am a Master degreed instructor of English, Reading & Study Skills, and Writing at Eastern Gateway Community College. Part of my work includes tutoring students in these areas as well as History and Literature. I wor [more]


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Dakota M.

Archaeology Tutor

Lancaster, OH 43130

Will travel 10 miles

$30 per hour.

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Maths, Sciences, Looking for Students who Learn Differently

I completed my degree in archaeology at Hocking college and took all available archaeology courses and developed a great passion for the field of study. I took Principles of law and modern techniques as well as lab curation techniques. I completed the summer field school as well gaining experience in pre-history and historic archaeology and architecture. I also was selected as the Student tutor of my peers for the program. I tutored archaeology and anthropology to the student body that sought out my services for nearly two years. [more]



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Jenna L.

Archaeology Tutor

Mentor, OH 44060

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

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French, History, English

I spent 4 weeks on an archaeological dig in Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium with Eastern Illinois University where we excavated a 10th century castle. On this dig, we worked with the students of Universit? Catholique de Louvain and the head of archaeology for Belgium. Additionally took a class while in college at Wittenberg University from one of my professors who is an archaeologist. I also have my B.A. in History with a minor in Pre-Modern and Ancient World Studies, and am currently working in a living history museum. [more]


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J Len D.

Archaeology Tutor

Canton, OH 44714

Will travel 20 miles

$60 per hour.

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Compassionate Science Teacher

My undergraduate degree is in Anthropology. I was in charge of the archaeology laboratory at the University of Akron. I have participated in several archaeological excavations and have 2 publications. I have a great deal of experience working will students of all levels, including college. I focus on how each student learns best. I am a retired science teacher with a certification in Biotechnology as well as many hours of environmental and energy science through Ohio State University. I have also done a lot of one-one-one tutoring to help students to their best. I have been awarded the most cr [more]


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Lois D.

Archaeology Tutor

Pittsburgh, PA 15224

Will travel 5 miles

$20 per hour.

4.9 49 ratings

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Friendly & interested in improving Reading & English success

I am an amateur archaeologist. I have taken some college courses but best is that I have worked in the field in Spain and in the US with certified government archaeologist, and I trained my high school students so that they were accepted as volunteer archaeologists. We worked side by side with those state archaeologists, the Tryon Palace group and for the city as a school project. In Venezuela, I trained another group and we uncovered Karib indian pottery segments which were identified in Caracas State Museum by the resident archaeologist. They are the Indians that gave the name to the Carib [more]