6 Archaeology Tutors Found Near Winston Salem, NC



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Rachel S.

Archaeology Tutor

Staunton, VA 24401

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

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PhD for Anthropology/Archaeology and English Tutoring

I have a BS, MA, and PhD in archaeology. My coursework included theory, history of archaeology, lab methods, historic and prehistoric focuses, etc. I also tutored origins of humanity, history of archaeology, and world cultures at a university level. I gave quizzes, assigned presentations, and set essays on specific topics relating to the coursework. I'm very adaptable in my tutoring style! I'm a recent PhD in archaeology. While I was working on my doctorate, I tutored freshman arch students in seminars and realized that I really enjoy teaching and helping students understand the material. [more]


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Lynn D.

Archaeology Tutor

Fayetteville, NC 28301

Will travel 12 miles

$40 per hour.

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Tutoring For The Encouragement Of Success...!

I once did volunteer work for an archaeologist. I also hold a B.S. degree in social sciences with a concentration in history. I have a great interest in this subject and have been exposed to it in a variety of settings, including my being raised on a farm and finding huge numbers of artifacts. As a result, I have done a great amount of research on my own. Dear prospective student, I am an experienced instructor who has taught in a variety of settings, both stateside and abroad. I hold a degree with a now expired stateside teaching license in Social Sciences, history, and education. I once t [more]


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Jim B.

Archaeology Tutor

Brevard, NC 28712

Will travel 40 miles

$35 per hour.

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Experienced Instructor

I hold a Master's degree in Classical Archaeology from FSU. I have excavated at North American, Central American and European sites. My thesis examined the dating of the eruption of Thera, a Minoan island located about 25 miles north of Crete. I have taught Archaeology classes and led excavations at FSU and Tusculum College, Greeneville, TN. I am a certified and licensed Social Studies teacher living in Brevard, NC. I have years of experience teaching American history, classics, archaeology, anthropology, geography and world history. I hold advanced degrees in history, archaeology, geogr [more]


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Jocelyn H.

Archaeology Tutor

Wilmington, NC 28412

Will travel 20 miles

$38 per hour.

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Experienced tutor

I received a BA in classical archaeology from UNC Chapel Hill in May 2017. In pursuit of this degree, I worked as a research cartographer, conducting projects utilizing extant maps in comparison to the archaeological record. I also worked at an archaeology processing lab, in which I gained experience in cleaning, sorting, classifying, and analyzing items from a recent North American dig. I am about to begin my MA in archaeology this coming fall, focusing on Greek colonization as evident in the archaeological remains of Sicily, a research proposal of which I have already completed a good deal o [more]


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Kristy L.

Archaeology Tutor

Indian Trail, NC 28079

Will travel 30 miles

$50 per hour.

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Holistic approach to tutoring

Archaeology was my sub-field specialization within my Anthropology major. I have also taken additional Archaeology classes at the graduate level as well as attended an archaeological field during my undergrad studies. I currently work in Higher education at CPCC and have professionally mentored students at UNCC, for which I am certified. My previous employment also includes working for the Greater Enrichment after school Program in Charlotte where I aided students with their homework and assisted and lead physical education activities, arts and crafts and creative play for math, English, and s [more]


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Andy M.

Archaeology Tutor

Charlottesville, VA 22903

Will travel 20 miles

$30 per hour.

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Specialist in History, the Social Sciences, Asian Studies, and TESOL

As a student of the interdisciplinary social sciences, I am qualified by my university to teach all of the social sciences. Additionally, I have had courses on Archaeology, and I use archaeological methods in my research. Explicitly, I have experience in using material culture, artifact and general attributes, and correct surveying processes, as well as the study general archaeological methods. Students will benefit from my interdisciplinary approach, because it offers a holistic approach to the study of archaeology. Instead of simply teaching students what LIDAR or Carbon Dating is, for examp [more]