Physical Geography tutors in Pretoria

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Jonty B

Erasmus Park

Jonty B

Erasmus Park, Pretoria

I am a hard working, passionate and dedicated tutor. I am willing to work hard alongside your child to help them reach their full potential. I'm a business student and so business is my passion. I love cycling and the outdoor, as well as hiking.

Teaches: Physical Geography, Human Geography, Geography, Natural Sciences, Verbal Reasoning, Biology, Business Studies, Business Management, Economics, English Literature
Available for Physical Geography lessons in Pretoria
Chino E

Arcadia

Chino E

Arcadia, Pretoria

Teaches: Physical Geography, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics
Available for Physical Geography lessons in Pretoria
George K

Menlo Park

George K

Menlo Park, Pretoria

Born in Johannesburg, attended high school overseas, interested in travel, choir conducting, ex-brass player (trumpet and French horn), I am now retired. I have a lifetime's experience working with all ages from 12 to mature adult.

Teaches: Mentoring, Physical Geography, Human Geography, Music Theory, Music, Geography, English skills, English Language, English Language and Literature
Available for Physical Geography lessons in Pretoria
Nadia O

Lynnwood Glen

Nadia O

Lynnwood Glen, Pretoria

Nadia was born in Kempton Park, Johannesburg on 02 October 1991. She graduated from the University of Pretoria with a BSc. in Geography in April 2014; followed by a BSc. (Hons) in Environmental Analysis and Management also at the University of Pretoria in April 2015. She is currently completing het MSc. in Hydrology at Rhodes University. While still completing her undergraduate degree, Nadia started working as a part time Geographic Information System (GIS) Technician at AfricaScope in December 2011. She became a permanent employee in 2013 when her study courses became less. She started as a full-time Geographic Sourcing Analyst at TomTom (Africa) in March 2014 while completing her Honours degree. She became a tutor in 2011 due to her interest in educating the youth and focused mainly on creating an interest in learning Geography and science amongst high school students (grade 10 to grade 12). In 2012 she became a teaching assistant at the University of Pretoria for undergraduate students taking second year physical geography and urban geography courses. In May 2015, Nadia joined the CSIR as part of a scholarship program during which she will complete her MSc. undertaking research on “Quantification of water resources uncertainties in two sub-basins of the Limpopo River Basin”. She will also take part in research regarding the impact of climate change on the water resources in the Limpopo River Basin, due to her interest in climate change and the modelling thereof. Her interest in climate change and the use of data to make scientific ideas more accessible to the general public motivated her to compete in a Hackaton, known as Agrichack, competition in Durban from 28 November to 2 December 2015. She, along with 3 partners (Sean Cullen, Victoria Rautenbach, Danie Jooste (as support)), created a mobile application that will help the agricultural sector to adapt to climate change in the future. She and her team presented their idea at the Global Forum for Innovation in Agriculture, Africa Edition (GFIA Africa) and won the prize for the climate change category. The prototype will now be completed and will be released (for free) by CTA so that anyone can determine how different crop types will be influenced by climate change and in turn crop farmers and even government can plan for the future.

Teaches: Physical Geography, Human Geography, Geography
Available for Physical Geography lessons in Pretoria