University of Missouri (History)
New Mexico State University (Master's)
University of Arizona (PhD)
If you are having a difficult time getting through history, anthropology, archaeology or other social science classes, let me help you. Sometimes we just need a little extra help from a good teacher when things get confusing. As a Professor of Anthropology I have many years of experience working with students of all ages, and more importantly I have experience making lesson plans relevant and comprehensive for all types of learners.
I have graduate degrees from the University of Arizona (Ph.D 2014); New Mexico State University (M.A 2010), and my undergraduate degree is from the University of Missouri (B.A 2005). I have been teaching college level courses for six years, and I was a first grade teacher at a charter school for two years. Whatever level of coursework your struggling with we can work on making your skills stronger. I am new to northern Alabama and would love to help you love the social science field as much as I do! If you need a bit of help I am here for you.
With two graduate degrees in Anthropology and Archaeology, plus fieldwork, and college teaching experience for Anth 100 and 200 level courses surely we can work together to get you through that challenging prehistoric archaeology or physical anthropology course this semester. I have experience teaching prehistoric peoples of North America; Intro to World Civilizations; MesoAmerican Archaeology; Southwest Archaeology, Physical Anthropology, and Native Americans of North America.
I have 18 credits of undergraduate and graduate coursework in Literature including British, American Indian, and American Lit! Reading and analyzing narratives can be a challenge, sometimes it helps to talk about the details. If you need something more than the Cliff Notes or a Film adaptation let me work with you.
American History is such a broad field, I have a Bachelor of Arts degree in History, specifically focusing on US History up to the end of the Civil War. I can help guide you through the complexities of the French and Indian War, Revolutionary War, perhaps you need to know about Lewis and Clark or even the Alamo. This fine country of ours has a lot going on that is more interesting than you would think before 1865. Or maybe for the younger students out there Social Studies seems to be giving you trouble. Not to worry, we can work through state capitols, the Boston Tea Party, or even early Spanish exploration of the region as well as world geography and colonization.
If you would like someone to help yourself or your student brush up on skills, study for a test, or work through challenging concepts in history, anthropology or other social science fields, then look no further. I have plenty of time in addition to my adjunct faculty position to help make your semester better. I would be happy to meet you or tutor online, just send me an email. This semester may be the best one yet! If you are having a difficult time getting through history, anthropology, archaeology or other social science classes, let me help you. Sometimes we just need a little extra help from a good teacher when things get confusing. As a Professor of Anthropology I have many years of experience working with students of all ages, and more importantly I
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I hold a Master of Arts Degree in Anthropology from New Mexico State University (2010). I also completed my PhD. in Anthropology and American Indian Studies from the University of Arizona (2014). Additionally, I have taught at college level in Anthropology and Archaeology for six years.
I hold a Master of Arts Degree in Anthropology, specializing in prehistoric archaeology. I have taught at college level Archaeology for six years.