3 Botany Tutors Found Near Minneapolis, MN



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Vicki R.

Botany Tutor

Viroqua, WI 54665

Will travel 25 miles

$50 per hour.

4.82 11 ratings

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Certified Science Teacher

My college degree from University of Wisconsin- Madison was in Conservation Biology, with an emphasis in Botany. I took many botany courses, (both upper level undergraduate and graduate courses), practiced botanical illustration, and went on as many field biology courses I could. After I received my baccalaureate degree I went on to study science education and receive my teaching certificate. My first teaching job, which I still hold, was teaching Botany at a small private high school in my town. I am now the Science and Math Department chair. I continue to learn about botany in many ways, in [more]


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Lukas B.

Botany Tutor

Lakeville, MN 55044

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

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Biology Teacher (Certified with Masters Degree)

I currently teach plant biology in my introductory biology and AP biology courses. I have taken a college level botany course at Moorhead State University. I also use my knowledge of plants for my own personal garden and landscaping. I am a MN State certified teacher with expertise in biology education. I have taught Biology, AP Biology, Ecology and Anatomy/Physiology. I also have experience tutoring Chemistry. I have a Master's degree in education, with an emphasis in teaching and learning. I have taught these subjects over the past eight years in a public school and as a private tutor. [more]


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Lauren B.

Botany Tutor

Minneapolis, MN 55444

Will travel 8 miles

$40 per hour.

4.94 54 ratings

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Reading, Biology, Life Science, Environmental Science Tutor

I have been a student of botany for many years now. In college, I was required to have several plant collections. I needed to be able to identify local, native plants by sight and to describe their importance within the ecosystem. I also needed to know nad understand how they were adapted to living within the ecosystems in which they were found. A knowledge of plant physiology was required. Currently I work at a wildflower garden and need to be able to identify the native and non-native plants that grow and bloom there. I also need to be able to chronical the phynology of the garden. I cur [more]