6 Botany Tutors Found Near Corpus Christi, TX



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Don K.

Botany Tutor

San Antonio, TX 78253

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

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Fun and Exciting Hands on Science

I have a masters degree in Biology. Many of the courses that qualify me are botany related. My experience in local plants is supplemented by many hours of outdoor experiences in local plant life. Currently I am teaching home school students aged 7 to 12 years old. I currently work with 11 home-schooled students aged 8-12 years old. and teach them hands-on science and to work as teams, emphasizing safety and teamwork. Currently, we are working on physical science concepts. In the past, we have built airplanes and catapults. We have also conducted activities to study sound and electricity. Empha [more]


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Afifa P.

Botany Tutor

Conroe, TX 77304

Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

4.9 190 ratings

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Patient, qualified tutor for most difficult subjects to many

I have successfully completed a botany course, including lab and lecture, required of science majors by SHSU. I can assist a student in learning and understanding the following topics: Introduction to science, botany, and chemistry; macromolecules; plant cells; cell types; cell function; energy; photosynthesis; glycolysis; citric acid (krebs) cycle; genetics; DNA and biotechnology; plant tissue and organs; roots; stems; leaves; flowers; seeds; hormones; tropisms; nutrition; transport; plant ecology; plant ecosystems; taxonomy. [more]


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Remya M.

Botany Tutor

Houston, TX 77041

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

4.0 1 ratings

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An experienced teacher in Biology, Genetics, Biotechnology, Bioch

I have done my PhD in botany with specialization in plant tissue culture. I have also completed my masters in plant science. I have been teaching botany related courses for almost 10 years now. I am an experienced teacher and I have been teaching Biology , Biochemistry, Microbiology , Genetics, Biotechnology and related courses at Colleges and Universities for nearly 10 years. I have a PhD to my credit and I also have experience in tutoring university and high school students. I have always considered teaching as an opportunity to learn, to inspire and to empower. My goal is to enhance stude [more]



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Linda E.

Botany Tutor

Beaumont, TX 77706

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

3.0 2 ratings

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Linda E.--Tutor in Multiple Subjects, TX Golden Triangle Area

I have completed a number of courses in biology, including a course in practical botany. I have also completed courses in chemistry, which relates to botany. I have done considerable reading in this area. Hi! My name is Linda; in the picture above, I am doing my needlework, with my magnifier around my neck. I live in Beaumont, TX, and would like to tutor anywhere in the Golden Triangle area. I was a National Merit Scholar in high school and am a member of the collegiate honor societies Phi Kappa Phi (all fields), Psi Chi (psychology), and Sigma Theta Tau (nursing), and Eta Sigma Gamma (health) [more]


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Mark Y.

Botany Tutor

Houston, TX 77009

Will travel 20 miles

$20 per hour.

5.0 2 ratings

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Dynamic, Productive ESL tutor

I feel qualified to tutor botany based on many years of study and work in agricultural science. I earned over 20 credits in agricultural science courses at Tuskegee University (1984-1988). At Tuskegee University, I worked at the agricultural experiment station as well as the cooperative extension service. In addition, I worked for the Monsanto Company at the Creve Coueur research lab in St. Louis, Mo. testing the efficacy of microbiological pesticides (1987-88). I have 15 years experience teaching and tutoring. I used to teach EFL/ESL/ESOL at institutes and public schools and colleges but n [more]


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Rachelann C.

Botany Tutor

New Braunfels, TX 78130

Will travel 40 miles

$35 per hour.

5.0 3 ratings

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Writer, photographer, botanist

I have a degree in horticulture with a minor in biology (really, it was 90 percent botany courses, but the minor is classified as simple biology). I have worked with plants for 15 years as a landscape specialist and designer. My coursework spans from entomology to soil science to plant physiology and taxonomy. My life experience has been varied. I was a writer and editor for 12 years, then went back to school and got a degree in horticulture. I love the writing process, but I also love the natural world. I come from a family of almost all educators, and have written two books that are waiting [more]