We are hiring!

Teachers as Tutors is hiring math tutors from 2nd grade and up. We would like to hire atleast two tutors. The tutoring hours will increase when school starts.

We are also looking to hire tutors for SAT and ACT prep to start in the fall.

Furthermore, we are looking at setting up some tutoring groups for home school students in the fall. Many parents have decided to home school their chldren for many reasons, and we are looking for teachers to go into homes 2 - 3 days-a-week to teach the subjects parents may not feel comfortable teaching. The parents will provide the homeschooling materials.

If you are a teacher with classroom experience or a retired teacher, you are perfect for us!

If you are ...

Tutor Of The Month: Peggy Dunleavy!

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Peggy Dunleavy has been a learning disability educator specializing in reading and written instruction for the past 36 years. She was nominated three times in her career for Teacher of the Year at her school. She holds the following teaching certificates: in Elementary K-6 at the Bachelors level, in Interrelated instruction, Emotional and Behavior Disorders and in teaching the Mentally Impaired at the Masters level. At the Specialist level, (2 years beyond her Masters) she holds certifications in both Reading and Leadership. She recently retired from Gwinnett County Schools in June of 2021. During the summer, she completed 40 additional hours of training for Applied Behavior Analysis tea...

What Teachers as Tutors Can Do This Summer!

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Whatever your situation, whatever your comfort Zone, Teachers as Tutors offers the perfect learning environment for your child. Our certified teachers have impressive background experience and many years of teaching in their repertoire.

We Offer:

Orton Gillingham trained teachers

Math tutoring

Reading and writing specialist

Test-taking strategies

Summer prep for the next school year

Reinforcement of curriculum/content

Locations you can Choose From:

Online Tutoring

We utilize Zoom for meetings. It is a

robust web based and free platform.

In-home Tutoring

This is just like it sounds. We can bring tutoring to your home. (In the Alpharetta, Johns Creek, Milton, Sugar Hill, Lilburn, Grayson, Loganville, and M...

Welcome Shenaz Lilywala!

Shenaz Lilywala

Shenaz is trained in the Orton Gillingham (OG) approach and has been using and seeing success with it for the last 4 years in her 1st grade classroom. She is passionate about using the OG approach as it gives her the opportunity to provide explicit multisensory instruction that she wished she had. She strongly believes that each and every child should be able to read. She saw how powerful the explicit instruction was that she was able to help her struggling students grow while being a virtual teacher the whole year during the pandemic. She believes in each child’s ability to learn and improve in their skills. Her goal is to be diagnostic and provide explicit instruction ...

Need A Math Tutor With Teaching Experience?

Meet Heidi Driscoll


Heidi is an educator with more than 20 years’ experience; working with students is what she enjoys most. Her background is in grades 5-10 mathematics and in K-12 special education.

Along with teaching, she has tutoring experience, several years of STEM experience, and hands on experience using multiple different curricula. She believes each child is an individual with his/her own specific needs. Her goal is to give them the most positive and productive experience that she can, and they could possibly hope for!

Heidi tutors in our Alpharetta office; in-home in the Alpharetta, Johns Creek, Duluth, Roswell, and Milton areas. Heidi also tutors online.


Kim Marie Kim Marie Hedges

Originally an English and Communication dual major graduating Summa Cum Laude from Canisius College of Buffalo, New York, Kim Marie became a certified teacher to share her love of English/Literature studies and Language Arts with children of all ages. She has taught in the elementary and middle grades classrooms for over 15 years, implementing and facilitating a creative literature and grammar curriculum for her classes in both public and private school systems in Georgia, Florida, and Texas. Kim Marie has tutored over 20 years from Pre-K through high school students, specializing in reading comprehension, grammar, writing, and literary analysis.

With the little ones, she l...

The Orton-Gillingham Approach



The Orton-Gillingham Approach is a multisensory, structured, sequential, and diagnostic way to teach literacy in reading, writing, and spelling. This approach is associated with one-on-one teacher-student instructional mode. Further, it's always focused upon the learning of the individual student. Orton-Gillingham Practitioners design lessons and materials to work with students at the level they present by pacing instruction and introduction of new materials to their individual strengths and weaknesses.

Space is limited for our certified Orton-Gillingham trained teachers, so please call and reserve your child's space today!



Summer Literacy and Math Programs

Summer almost upon us and we are looking forward to engage your child in our new summer tutoring workshops taught by first-class certified teachers at our Alpharetta office. These workshops offer you a chance to help your child bridge the gap between their current grade in school and the next one quickly approaching at summer’s end.

We offer programs in Reading, Writing, and Math skills to children of all ages. Teachers As Tutors offers an advantage to other tutoring services, in that we specialize in the subjects that we teach, and the focus is on the individual learner. The students actually get one-on-one attention and the focus is on each child’s particular needs.

This year ...

Give Your Child A Boost-Up in Their Reading, Writing, and Math Skills This Summer!

Summer is fast approaching and there’s no better time than now to sign your child up for our wonderful summer tutoring workshops at our Alpharetta office!

We offer programs in Reading, Writing, and Math Skills to bridge the summer transition gap for students. This year is a particularly important time to focus on these basic skills, especially since many students have missed so much academic understanding due to the pandemic gap in learning from the previous two years. Our workshops focus on benefitting the students with the basic necessary skills to help them reach the next level in the Fall with the ease of transition — a boost-up in their learning. We will teach Reading compr...

On Reading and Writing Instruction-


Helping children of all ages thrive in reading and writing skills is the most important goal for the Teachers as Tutors team. Parents, let us face it, the Pandemic had serious negative effects on many children. In the early grades, k-2, children were often not able to access the basics of social skills such as developing relationships with others, use of expressive language and even development of basic phonics skills because masks impaired the children’s abilities to look at lip formations. Many students have learned to form letters incorrectly because they did not have direct instruction in forming letters. In the upper- elementary and middle school grades some students did not consi...

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