6 Zoology Tutors Found Near Erie, PA



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Linda A. H.

Zoology Tutor

Grafton, OH 44044

Will travel 20 miles

$30 per hour.

4.76 45 ratings

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English, biology, Gifted Education, ACT, SAT

I have a major in biology as part of my undergraduate degree, a Master's degree in biology, and a permanent teacher's certificate in biology. I have taught biology, life science, ecology, and field biology, a course which I developed, at two different high schools. As part of that course, my students learned about the fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals of Ohio. I always taught the animal kingdom to my students, from the lowest to the highest animals, and did both dissection and lab practicals with them. [more]


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Amanda G.

Zoology Tutor

Buffalo, NY 14217

Will travel 10 miles

$35 per hour.

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Amateur Globetrotter, Lover of Literature

I am a NYS Wildlife Rehabilitator, and in that capacity, have been working in captive animal care and husbandry since 2012. In the summer of 2014, I worked as a naturalist at the Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center in West Yellowstone, Montana, where I worked with grizzly bears and wolves, and taught trophic cascade and ecosystem dynamic concepts to visitors. I have acquired over 800 hours working with wild animals, and graduated my university with a minor in Anthrozoology, a branch off of my school's animal behavior program. [more]


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Andrea H.

Zoology Tutor

Trafford, PA 15085

Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

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Veterinarian with strong science & math skills to help you

I hold a bachelor of science in pre-veterinary medicine and biology. Zoology I and Zoology II were required courses in my major. I continued my education to receive a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. Therefore, I am well-educated in the subject (zoology) which would be considered a portion of what I practice on a daily basis. As a practicing veterinarian, math and science are a part of my daily routine. To get to where I'm at now, though, I had to start with the basics. Math from the elementary to college level and biological sciences (including anatomy, physiology, genetics) are my pref [more]


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Alexa W.

Zoology Tutor

Rocky River, OH 44116

Will travel 30 miles

$35 per hour.

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B.S. in Zoology & Patient Instructor

I have a Bachelors of Science degree in Zoology from Kent State University (Kent, OH). I have held many employment opportunities that have entailed me teaching others about wildlife and zoological topics. I am a patient instructor with a bachelor of science degree. My degree is in Zoology with major coursework in mathematics, chemistry, and botany, ecology, and animal biology. I have a strong background in the biological sciences and am passionate about my field. I am a hard worker, with a creative spirit. My organized work ethic and efficiency make me a reliable tutor. I have experience t [more]


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Mark P.

Zoology Tutor

Boalsburg, PA 16827

Will travel 40 miles

$60 per hour.

4.92 112 ratings

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GRE and SAT prep/ math and science help

I have a love of animals and have a wide range of knowledge about them. I consider myself an amateur herpetologist because of my love and knowledge of snakes, especially reptiles. I have several kingsnakes and bullsnakes as pets and also raise rats to feed them. I have taught biology in high school that also had a section on zoology. GRE prep for Penn State students, SAT pre for State College High School students. I have a strength in science and math having attended the University of Massachusetts at Lowell and graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in meteorology. I then was educated [more]


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Byron B.

Zoology Tutor

Massillon, OH 44646

Will travel 10 miles

$35 per hour.

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SCIENCE TUTOR (MIDDLE SCHOOL TO HIGH SCHOOL)

I have a MS in biology and a BA in both botany and zoology. I have worked several years as a field biologist and as a camp nature director. I have spent the last 10 years teaching college biology and working as k-12 substitute teacher. I have taught experiential education in residential camps and campuses most of my life. I was nature instructor from 1965-2000 where I led programs in all the natural sciences (ornithology, natural science, entomology, conservation, botany, and biology, zoology, mammology, ecology, and herpetology). Many jobs involved developing my own curriculum. Aside fro [more]