6 Geology Tutors Found Near Alexandria, VA



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Sylvain B.

Geology Tutor

Washington, DC 20001

Will travel 5 miles

$45 per hour.

5.0 14 ratings

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Experienced very versatile tutor for languages, sciences, technologies

Geology can ve taught using charts, diagrams and learning the associated vocabulary. Research using a search engine on the Internet can be used to locate specific information pertaining to the history of the Earth, the various climates, soil composition, weather patterns that shaped the Earth crust, etc would be reviewed, learned as necessary. Hello there! I would be very much interested in helping you to learn and most important, understand one of the following subjects: French language, ESL/English, computers (programming, how to use them, the Internet, networks, etc), electronics, micro-co [more]


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Laura R.

Geology Tutor

Washington, DC 20016

Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

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Science, Math, and Writing Tutor

I study coastal geology and sedimentology: sea level and climate processes, natural hazards, human influence on the environment. I am an instructor of record for Oceanography, Geology of California, Sedimentation and Stratigraphy. Teaching Assistant for History of Life, Dinosaurs, Antarctica, Field Geology, Coastal Processes and Management. I'm Laura! I have a PhD in Geological Sciences from the University of California Santa Barbara. While a PhD student, I taught three courses as an instructor of record, and served as a Teaching Assistant for five other introductory Earth Science Courses. Geo [more]


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Nathaniel J.

Geology Tutor

Washington, DC 20017

Will travel 20 miles

$55 per hour.

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Tutor with a passion for Math & Science. Let's STEM into the future.

I am a talented educator looking forward to aiding struggling students in areas of need. I am a dual certified teacher/special educator currently working in District of Columbia Public Schools teaching 12th-grade Probability & Statistics. I have a depth of knowledge in the Science and Mathematics having taught both subjects within the past 7 years. I have taught at all levels (elementary, middle and high school). I have encountered different types of students from high achieving students (Tal... [more]


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Erin H.

Geology Tutor

Arlington, VA 22201

Will travel 5 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

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Helping You Find the Best Approach for Your Learning Style

Hello! My name is Erin and I can't wait to get to know you or your student! I hold a Master's degree from New York University and have a B.A. in Psychology from Guilford College. I value creativity and that is evident in my approach to tutoring as I vary the ways that I help my students understand the information they are trying to learn. I am interested in what learning style you or your student will benefit from the most-- even if that means mixing and matching my approach in a single l... [more]


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Tom H.

Geology Tutor

Falls Church, VA 22046

Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

4.7 33 ratings

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Tom - Geologist, Environmental Scientist

I am currently teaching geology at Lord Fairfax Community College and have taught geology courses at Syracuse Univesity, George Mason University, and Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology (GeoSystems). I am a Professional Geologist in the Commonwealth of Virginia. I know geology very well and have published professional papers in the subject. I am currently teaching introductory geology at Lord Fairfax Community College. I taught at geology courses at Syracuse University, George Mason University, and Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology (GeoSystems). I a [more]


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Bobbie M.

Geology Tutor

Lorton, VA 22079

Will travel 15 miles

$40 per hour.

4.73 63 ratings

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GW Grad Student Tutoring in Languages, Math, & Sciences

As a Marine Geology/Biology major, I have taken college courses in both Geology and Oceanography, which usually falls under the Geology Department. I found that the course content of one often supplemented the other, since the two subjects are interrelated. I have taken Physical and Historical Geology, Oceanography, Field Studies of Washington, D.C. Building Stones, and a Supervised Study of Mid-Atlantic Barrier Islands. During summer 2018 I will be taking Field Studies of Miocene Calvert Cliffs and Field Studies of the Triassic-Jurassic Rift Valley. [more]