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I had the pleasure of working with Diane in my grade 3 class. She was a great support and I felt such a boost in my confidence after only one day! She remembered what it was like to be a new Waldorf teacher and I was comfortable with her immediately. Diane helped me understand teaching with/to the heart, head, and hands – something I was striving to do. She also helped me understand, really understand, Anthroposophy. What a gift it was to have Diane in my class.
Jackie Alston,Calgary Waldorf School Alberta Canada
My son Nicholas enjoyed the benefits of a seasoned teacher who was always well-prepared, deeply knowledgeable of the curriculum, and enthusiastic about the processes of real learning. Diane’s style of teaching was innovative, non-dogmatic and open to intuiting the real needs of whatever group of students she was in front of. As a main lesson teacher or a practical arts teacher, Diane brought a deep sensitivity to the living pedagogical realities that stand behind the lessons of a Waldorf teacher.
I have consistently found Diane to be an eloquent speaker, equally able and willing to speak to individuals and before a large audience. Diane has the ability to get her ideas across clearly and with a great deal of enthusiasm. She is generally well prepared and informed on the matter at hand. Diane is also a good listener, able to readily understand another person’s thoughts and perspective.
Letty BartelFormer administrator at the Nelson Waldorf School
Want a Speaker who is knowledgeable, enthusiastic and has a vision for the future? May we at the Harvest School recommend Diane Walters. Diane is so well balanced With Waldorf Education in the 21 Century, she can speak to any type of audience and Answer questions with expertise, hope, and pedagogue. Diane helped our teachers, parents And board members with a great overview of Waldorf Education.
Martha Starkey,Triumph Learning Satellite Office. The Woodlands, Texas
My biggest take away from the workshop is that we as educators all have the same goal and that is to ensure our language are passed on to the next generation. This I believe brought each one of us closer together and brought our minds together as one to achieve this goal.
Skaronhyase’ko:waThe Everlasting Tree School Kanyen'keha (Mohawk) immersion initiative