8 Archaeology Tutors Found Near Springfield, MA



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Shawn R.

Archaeology Tutor

Worcester, MA 01606

Will travel 30 miles

$40 per hour.

4.9 286 ratings

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Shawn, the Holy Grail for Students of History & Lit

Archaeology is not always like Indiana Jones running into a long-lost temple, chased by the locals or treasure-hunting Nazis. Since the 19th century, archaeology has evolved into a social science, and it has a painstaking methodology to objectively collect, interpret, synthesize and evaluate data to make and test theories about people and how they lived (and live now). As a history teacher, I have integrated archaeological methodologies into my World and US History courses as well as an elective course called History Through Art. While a fan particularly of the Romans as far as Western class [more]


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Jeannette B.

Archaeology Tutor

Ravena, NY 12143

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 11 ratings

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Study Super Social Studies! I can help YOU!

In my undergraduate work with a minor in anthropology, I studied archaeology and artifacts. I participated in archaeological digs, survey technique and artifact recovery and identification. I participated in the Fox Creek dig in 1996 where we found important flint knapping evidence as well as a hearth and stone projectiles. I was successful in my ability to read stratigraphy and mapping of land formation based on stratification of soils. This allowed us to understand the location of the creek in regards to the dig site at the time of the artifact deposit. This experience allows me to help stud [more]


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Francesca N.

Archaeology Tutor

Patterson, NY 12563

Will travel 40 miles

$42 per hour.

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Anthropology, Archaeology, History, Biology - High School and Uni

I am a candidate for a Master's degree in Anthropology with specific focus in Archaeology at Northern Arizona University. I have attended two archaeological field schools. I have been employed by Northern Arizona University and the National Park Service as an Archaeological Field Technician. I went to college in New York City at Fordham University; it was there where I found my love for not only History and Anthropology, but education as a whole. I continued my studies at the graduate level in Flagstaff, Arizona at Northern Arizona University in pursuance of my Master's degree in Anthropolog [more]


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Leigh P.

Archaeology Tutor

East Dorset, VT 05253

Will travel 40 miles

$50 per hour.

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Experienced teacher, professor, tutor - all levels K-college

With a degree in Art History, I have studied archaeology of all the ancient western cultures - Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece, and Rome. Additionally I have worked as an archaeologist's assistant in two separate digs: one in the Anasazi ruins of the American southwest and the other in an Indian/Viking site on the coast of Maine. I taught Egyptology at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. Holding three master's degrees in Education, Art History, and Writing and Literature, I have been teaching for over twenty years. As the owner/director of a private elementary school, I wrote curriculum for a humani [more]


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Alexandra S.

Archaeology Tutor

Beacon Falls, CT 06403

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

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Anthropologist available for help!

I have a master's degree in Anthropology and Applied Archaeology from Eastern New Mexico University. I work as a contract archaeologist part time in the state of Connecticut. I have two degrees in anthropology, a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Arts. I attended the University of Connecticut for my bachelor's and Eastern New Mexico University for my master's. My focus as an undergrad was cultural anthropology and I have a minor in international studies. I have taken numerous courses in social sciences including history, sociology and political science. I teach a cross-listed anthropology [more]


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Molly G.

Archaeology Tutor

Andover, MA 01810

Will travel 40 miles

$80 per hour.

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Latin, English, History, Executive Functioning, Test Prep

I have spent nearly ten years excavating in central Italy. I've worked at two sites- Coriglia and Allerona. My field work has focused on Etruscan through Medieval settlements. In addition to my fieldwork, I have earned a BA and MA in Classics which included extensive course work in archaeology. I am a local Latin teacher offering tutoring for all levels of Latin (middle school-college), English, history, test prep and executive functioning. I hold a Massachusetts educator license for Latin and Humanities grades 5-12. I have over ten years of tutoring/teaching experience with children and adult [more]


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Susan W.

Archaeology Tutor

Bedford Hills, NY 10507

Will travel 25 miles

$75 per hour.

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Ivy Educated Tutor

I have an undergraduate degree (BA) in Anthropology from the University of Pennsylvania with a concentration in Archaeology and Cultural Anthropology. I studied Latin American Archaeology as well as Classical Archaeology. My Honors Thesis was "Computer Use in Archaeology." I have done fieldwork on Native American sites in New York State as well as having worked for the National Museum of the American Indian. I have undergraduate and graduate degrees in Anthropology. I have worked as an IT consultant for many years before now working toward my NYS certification in TESOL (K-12). I have ta [more]


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Christopher M.

Archaeology Tutor

Pawling, NY 12564

Will travel 40 miles

$30 per hour.

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History and Archaeology Nerd!

Archaeology made up the majority of my educational career. I took it as my main degree at SUNY Potsdam and graduated from there with a BA in archaeology. I also hold a MA in Roman Archaeology from Durham University. I am a very experienced tutor. I worked at SUNY Potsdam's Trio Tutoring service for 3 years. Here I worked with college level students who either were struggling in class or had special needs. I myself am Dyslexic and understand that one approach to learning may not work for everyone and am more than willing to cater to each students individual needs. I also worked as a teachin [more]