- Professional Development
- IN-PERSON Teacher Development
- IN-PERSON Leadership Development
- School Improvement
- Marzano Frameworks
- Tech Tools
- Federal Funding
- Classroom Resources
- Core Instruction and Formative Assessment
- Instructional Leadership
- Equity and Access/SEL
- Socially Distant Learning Resources
Diane Stultz, M.S. Ed. has more than 41 years of experience in education as a successful teacher, instructional coach, school change coach, facilitator of professional learning, and a senior Director of Learning and Leading for a not-for-profit organization. She has worked in rural, urban, and suburban schools (K-12) throughout the United States and with public schools in Hong Kong. Because she is a life-long learner, Diane earned her National Board Certification and other post-graduate courses and has been passionate about teacher and leader empowerment ever since. In order for schools to make needed systemic change, there must be strong, passionate leaders from the classroom through the central office. She has dedicated her career to making this happen to change the hearts and minds of students, teachers, and administrators.
Diane also has years of experience with formative instructional practices and assessment literacy as well as being an energetic staff developer and curriculum writer. Her strong point is to make the complex easy to understand and implement.
Ms. Stultz attended Bowling Green State University, where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Vocational Education and a Master of Science degree in education with an emphasis on adult learning from The Ohio State University.