7 Archaeology Tutors Found Near Seattle, WA

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Emily Y.

Archaeology Tutor

Sammamish, WA 98074

Will travel 8 miles

$40 per hour.

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Experienced Science, Writing, and Reading Tutor

I was a professional archaeologist in the U.S. Southwest for a year and a half. I participated in an archaeological field school in Canada's Yukon Territory where I excavated prehistoric artifacts from the prehistoric area dubbed Beringia (the Bering land bridge region). The site boasted artifacts that were up to 13,000 years old. Let me help you succeed! I received my M.A. from the University of Chicago and my B.A. from Reed College and have more than ten years of tutoring experience across a wide variety of subjects. I currently work for a non-profit full time in Seattle, and am a tutor in [more]

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Ellen K.

Archaeology Tutor

Eastsound, WA 98245

Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 13 ratings

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Highly Qualified Elementary, Secondary and College Educator

I have a B.S. and M.A. and Doctoral Candidacy as well as considerable experience teaching at the university level. Furthermore, during my graduate work, I acted as a Graduate Teaching Assistant to faculty teaching Archeology. I prepared and am familiar with the course work and content for field work and Biblical archeology. As a University Instructor and Doctoral Candidate with twenty years of experience teaching children and adults with varying abilities and learning styles, I am comfortable with a broad range of subject matter and curricula and can easily adapt either to accommodate individu [more]

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Jade D.

Archaeology Tutor

Portland, OR 97212

Will travel 25 miles

$35 per hour.

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Forensic Anthropology: Learn the truth about Bones!

I have a BA in anthropology and archaeology, and an MS in forensic anthropology. Included in these degrees were intensive hands-on courses in archaeology, including Caribbean archaeology, Norse archaeology, forensic archaeology, and bioarchaeology. I attended a field school in Barbuda in the Caribbean where I learned techniques in surveying, excavating, planning, and artifact sorting. I used these skills to be invited to a three month field season in Greenland in 2010, and I was invited back for more projects in Greenland in 2012. My graduate course work also required hands-on experience at o [more]

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Lee P.

Archaeology Tutor

Lynnwood, WA 98037

Will travel 40 miles

$35 per hour.

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Reading, writing, ESL, the education booster

I was a participant at an 19th century farmhouse dig in Jacksonville, OR. This included digs in meter squares, using .5 inch layers, cataloging, and reconstruction of pottery remains. Archaeology is the study of human relics and remains, fossils, monuments, and evidence of structures. With this investigation we put the puzzle pieces together to reconstruct the history and lifestyle of past lives. Cataloging artifacts is a large part of this science when layers of earth are removed to reveal the past. Depth and location are measured in order to help determine when remnants were deposited t [more]

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Andrew W.

Archaeology Tutor

Portland, OR 97202

Will travel 12 miles

$40 per hour.

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Experienced History Teacher Specialising in improving Essay Skills

I have taught the history and practice of archaeology as part of the New South Wales State Syllabus for over 10 years in Sydney Australia. The course covers the development of archaeology as a discipline, ethics, a range of techniques and major discoveries, and contributions of key archaeologists. I graduated from Macquarie University in Sydney Australia with a double major in Ancient and Modern History, and minors in Linguistics and ESL. I also achieved my post-graduate Diploma of Education at Macquarie University and have 15+ years experience teaching Classical, Medieval, and Modern History [more]

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Shayna M.

Archaeology Tutor

Portland, OR 97221

Will travel 15 miles

$40 per hour.

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Accomplished Graduate Student and Tutor

While studying anthropology in my undergraduate anthropology program, I focused primarily on archaeology. I studied under a local archaeologist who ran an archaeology lab out of the school. I worked in this lab multiple times, and even went on archaeological digs with the school. I was taught how to physically, legally, and in reality understand and practice archaeology in the public realm. Hello, I am a current graduate student in Mental Health Counseling, and will have my Master's degree by December of 2017. My graduate GPA is 3.96, and my coursework maintains a social justice lens. I gradu [more]

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Tamara C.

Archaeology Tutor

Seattle, WA 98101

Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

4.85 13 ratings

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Qualified Tutor of Accounting, Economics, Finance, Law, and Sociology

I hold a MA in Social Science and BA in Anthropology with a Minor in Art History from the University of California Irvine. Archaeology training was part of the curricula. Other professional experience in this area: Curriculum Design, and Internship at the National Museum of Carthage performing mosaic restoration on an Early Christian Roman archaeology project. Hello, I am Tamara. My aim as a Wyzant Tutor is to assist tutorial clients in realizing their study goals. In the past 19 years, I have taught Accounting, Art History, Business, Economics, Environmental Psychology, History, Law, and So [more]