Grace Fleming


  • Teacher of study skills, with a Master of Education (M.Ed.)
  • Presented seminars at high schools on study habits and college preparation
  • Academic adviser
  • College enrollment counselor


Grace Ann Fleming is a former writer for ThoughtCo. She wrote about homework tips and studying skills for more than 11 years. Grace Ann worked with students for many years as an academic adviser and college enrollment counselor. 

As a senior academic advisor on the university level, Grace Ann taught courses to help students improve their academic performance. She worked with students to enhance their research and writing skills and expand their ability to access the information they required for their coursework. 

Grace Ann lectures and writes about study and homework tips. She speaks to groups of parents and students about how to organize study habits. Grace also presents seminars on applying for and preparing for college admission. Her articles on study skills have appeared in newspapers across the country.

As an expert, she appears on television and radio shows. Her appearances include Martha Stewart Living Radio, FOX's television, Tennessee Mornings, and Fried Talk in Memphis. 



Grace Fleming earned a Master's of Education (M.Ed) from the University of Georgia.



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