Loyola University Chicago (Anthropology)
Northern Illinois University (Master's)
I have three years experience working as an Anthropology Instructor at Triton College, and I enjoy helping students succeed in anthropology. I teach Introduction to Biological Anthropology, which is my subfield specialty. I also teach Cultural Anthropology and Introduction to Anthropology. Two summers ago I worked with human skeletal remains to assess the degree of pathology and disease in these remains. I love anthropology! I have a great time with my students and receive wonderful evaluations.
I am very dedicated to anthropology and my students, and I am current with the latest research in biological anthropology. I also have completed graduate-level Biology courses such as Vertebrate Paleontology, Primate Evolution, and Fossil Humans. I have completed undergraduate-level Biology courses such as Human Anatomy and Physiology as well as Human Neurobiology.
Please contact me to schedule lessons, but please note I have a 24-hour rescheduling and cancellation policy. I am happy to help you, but I expect that you contact me no later than 24 hours before our scheduled lesson to reschedule or cancel. I have three years experience working as an Anthropology Instructor at Triton College, and I enjoy helping students succeed in anthropology. I teach Introduction to Biological Anthropology, which is my subfield specialty. I also teach Cultural Anthropology and Introduction to Anthropology. Two summers ago I worked with human skeletal remains to
For Anthropology and Proofreading, I charge $45 per hour. If you cancel a tutoring appointment with me without giving me 24 hours notice, you will be charged a $30 inconvenience charge.
In most cases, tutors gain approval in a subject by passing a proficiency exam. For some subject areas, like music and art, tutors submit written requests to demonstrate their proficiency to potential students. If a tutor is interested but not yet approved in a subject, the subject will appear in non-bold font. Tutors need to be approved in a subject prior to beginning lessons.
For the past three academic years I have taught anthropology courses at Triton College. For the Fall 2016 Semester starting August 22, 2016, I am scheduled to teach three anthropology courses. I have an M.A. degree in Anthropology, with an emphasis in Biological Anthropology, from Northern Illinois University in DeKalb, IL. I have a B.S. degree in Anthropology from Loyola University Chicago. I was a Graduate Assistant in Anthropology at Northern Illinois University for two complete academic years while I was a graduate student in Anthropology.
I have three years experience as a teacher and three years experience as a tutor proofreading students' written work. As a teacher, I grade students' essays and provide comments on how they can improve their written work. Sometimes students will turn in their papers before the due date and ask for feedback, and I let them know if their content, sentence structure, organization, grammar, spelling, and documentation of references are all done correctly. As a tutor, I worked with the same students for several months if they were working on longer works such as dissertations, and I helped these students improve their writing.
As an anthropology teacher and a former Writing Tutor, I have many years of experience helping students improve their writing skills. I help students organize their thoughts in a clear and concise manner, so their writing flows well and seamlessly. I also practice writing essays by taking a class as a student when I have extra time; for example, during the Spring 2016 semester I successfully completed a World Religions course at Triton College and wrote two essays, which were graded. I earned an A on both essays.