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Barbara Dianis

Barbara Dianis

Barbara Dianis, MA ED, overcame dyslexia in her own life using self-taught strategies and techniques. She went on to earn a BA Degree in Education and Special Education, as well as a Master’s Degree in Education, Special Education Pre-k- 12th, Language Learning Disabilities, and Psychometry. During her university studies she earned a place on the National Dean’s List for achieving academic excellence.

As CEO and Founder of Dianis Educational Systems, LLC she has influenced society to view students with various learning issues as capable students who can overcome their learning issues if they are taught properly. She has helped to restore hope, dignity, and purpose to students who are scholastically challenged and provide them with a proven pathway to help them achieve academically at their highest learning potential.

During her post graduate years, Dianis designed and taught a program for students with learning issues at a college preparatory school. She has counseled parents for 21 years, teaching them to assist their student in implementing effective learning techniques during homework and study time. She has run an educational tutoring business for the past 20 years that have helped thousands of students with Dyslexia, ADD, ADHD, Learning Differences, and Struggling Students to achieve enormous scholastic and professional successes.

In 2010 Dianis was awarded The Biltmore Who’s Who VIP in Education and the Executive of the Year award, as well as the Remington Registry of Outstanding Professionals in 2011 for her continued leadership and achievement in the field of education.

Twitter: @DianisEdSystems
YouTube: Ace the Test

Website:

www.dianiseducation.com

Blog Posts by Barbara Dianis

  • Paragraph Writing

    Paragraph Writing: A Creative Way to Build Confidence

    The summertime is a wonderful time to help your child learn how to write sentences and paragraphs, which follow a logical sequence and include interesting details. Children typically need to be encouraged to write. Students who believe they have interesting ideas and can write well generally develop their written language skills at a faster rate. […]

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  • The Grammer Game

    The Grammar Game: Making Learning Fun

    Grammar game time can help students enjoy learning grammar concepts they will use throughout their journey to be educated. Short grammar games can help students master grammar concepts during the summer while they are having fun. Parents, when students, whether they are Dyslexic, ADD, ADHD, struggling, or average students are having fun learning they typically […]

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  • Summer Time Math Practice

    Summer Time + Math Practice = One Prepared Student

    Summertime is an ideal time to reinforce the past grade math concepts and pre-teach upcoming grade math concepts. Dyslexic, ADD, ADHD, struggling or average students can improve their math skills and be more prepared for the next school year by working on math during the summer. As children enjoy summer days, math skills can grow […]

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  • TR-057

    How Do You Spell Success? Spelling Lessons Your Student Will Enjoy

    Here’s some great summertime news — Dyslexic, ADD, ADHD, struggling or average children can learn to be better spellers during the summer months. Here’s how: Each week of the summer children should have a spelling list consisting of eight to twelve words. Make the word lists using phonetic rules such as the short vowels, ee, ea, […]

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  • Fostering A Passioin for Reading

    Fostering A Passion for Reading

    Summer is almost upon us once again, and parents are beginning to plan for their children’s days without a school schedule. Dreams of long afternoons filled with family, friends, freedom and laughter fill students’ heads as they prepare to say good-bye to another school year and hello to summertime friends and social bonding. An academic […]

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