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...


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...

IEP Support and Advocacy

Struggling with navigating through the system to help your child with an IEP? We are certified special education teachers that worked in public schools for many years. We have written and implimented many IEP's. We know the system, and can help guide you along the way. Call us at 404-542-2795


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Keep It Simple, But Be Effective!

Keep it simple, but be effective this summer! You can help your child enrich their skills while riding in the car each day. Start by using simple games like I Spy, and find alphabet letters in signs, license plates, or wherever you can find them while riding in the car. When my girls were little, we sang learning songs or counted backwards and then forwards while killing time waiting in traffic. I encourage 3rd grade kiddos to go over multiplication tables with their parents while riding in the car as well.

Reading comprehension is improved when you have a great vocabulary. Give your child a new vocabulary word of the day or week. Use the new word in as many ways as possible in converstation ...

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