Welcome Karen Browning - Tutors in Gwinnett and Walton Counties!


Karen graduated with an Early Childhood Education degree from Tift College of Mercer University. She has taught in public schools and homeschooled her children for almost 30 years. She is certified in elemnetary and special education as well as having a gifted endorsement. She recognizes that each student is unique and learns in their own way. She enjoys personalizing lessons to fit the student's needs. Karen has taught third, fourth, and fifth grades in public schools.

Karen can tutor in your home in the Gwinnett County and Walton County areas!

Intake Line: 470-546-3320

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Welcome Diane Hughs! In-home tutor for Cobb County

Please welcome Diane Hughs!


Diane graduated with a Bachelor of Science from the University of Georgia. She is a Birthing of Giants Alumni, MIT. She hold Teaching certification in the states ofTexas and Georgia. Diane taught Language Arts and Reading. She is certified in English as a Second Language grades 4 - 8. Further, she was trained under Teach for America after a career in entreprenteurship.

Diane specializes in skills gained from both careers. She uses inovative and creative strategies to break down complex concepts to simpliest form for the student, then building back to the complex for greater understanding. She teaches to the student's strenghts, while building up their weakness to...


We Can Now Tutor Mathematics Through College!

Bill's Own Words:

"I have always had a great passion for teaching and mathematics. I have taught all levels of mathematics to all ages for 34 years. I have also taught test-taking strategies for most standardized tests for 20+ years. I connect well to students of all skill levels and personalities. I pride myself in being an excellent, caring educator."

"I have taught in the public, private, college, and alternative settings. There is nothing more rewarding to me than students striving for educational success while appreciating a teacher that really cares."

"I am extremely dedicated to teaching passionately for students that value a teacher that ...


In Their Own Words:

Courtney Toribio

"As an educator and tutor, I have over 18 years of experience working with children with special needs and elementary/middle school students. I am highly-skilled in teaching struggling readers and am certified in Elementary and Special Education, as well as Orton Gillingham trained. I am experienced with developing and implementing goals to enhance student achievement. I can collaborate with teachers, child study teams, and parents for students with autism, learnng disabilities, developmental delays, and behavioral issues, I consider myself a kindhearted and empathetic professional who develops hands-on lessons and differentiates instruction to meet the nee...

In-Home Digital Learning Support

In-Home Digital Learning Support

With so many counties starting digital learning for the 2020-2021 school year, we are creating solutions for your child to succeed this academic year- and parents to not lose their mind in the process. Many parents saw a mental health impact due to the sudden change in March, the loss of structure of school provided, and the loss of socialization with peers. In partnership with Johns Creek and Alpharetta Counseling’s Child counselors, we have created a plan to help your child thrive academically and emotionally!

We are forming small groups for students to learn in home with a Certified Teacher. These groups will be hosted by one of the families of the s...

When Homework Becomes A Nightmare


What may take one student 20 minutes to complete an assignment may take another student hours. For the struggling student and their parents, homework time can seem like a nightmare. Homework is meant to enrich the lesson that was taught at school. Math homework should be a time to practice skills, and help students become more fluent in mathematical operations. However, just the very thought of homework time can seem too overwhelming, causing students and their parents to become anxious, and the results of what is supposed to be learning; becomes calamity. Then the student gets into the habit of just getting this time over with instead of what he can learn.

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