4 Archaeology Tutors Found Near Vancouver, WA



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Damion S.

Archaeology Tutor

Eugene, OR 97401

Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

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Experienced anthropologist and university instructor

I am a former 'Presidential Scholar' who graduated 'summa cum laude' with an undergraduate degree in anthropology. As a master's student, I focused in archaeology and I received the coveted National Science Foundation's 'Graduate Research Fellowship'. I am presently a teaching assistant at a university and I have strengths in many disciplines that contribute to the field of anthropology and its sub-field of archaeology. I am an ex-sailboat captain that is currently pursuing a PhD in archaeology and I have a wide variety of educational experiences that range from tutoring college undergraduates [more]


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Tyll P.

Archaeology Tutor

Florence, OR 97439

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

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Social Studies: History, Psychology, Economics, Geography

I have both academic and hands-on experience in archaeology. I have read and studied classic, Mesopotamian, Egyptian, and Persian/Iranian archaeology. I acquired first-hand and hands-on experience during two years in Iran. I have 16 years of experience teaching World History, U.S. History, Psychology, and Geography to high school students. I have used technology and hands-on resources extensively to enhance and enrich my students' learning. I can tutor in broad areas and in specialized areas of Social Studies: subjects available upon request.... [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]