Associate Professor of Art
Director, Undergraduate & Graduate Studies in Art Education
Department of Visual Arts
Program Area: Art Education
BS.Ed, Art Education, University of Missouri-Columbia, 1974.
Lifetime, All Level Art Certification, (NCATE), Missouri.
M.Ed. Art Education, University of Missouri-Columbia, 1979.
Ph.D. Art Education, University of Missouri-Columbia, 1982. Major Advisor, Dr. Larry Kantner
Dissertation Topic: Cognitive Style, Instructional Motivation and Artistic Merit of Children’s Drawings.
Conte, Graphite & Charcoal on Paper
Currently, Dr. Gregory serves as the Director of Undergraduate and Graduate Art Education Programs. She has taught art education at the university level for over 25 years and was an elementary and middle school teacher for several years in the state of Missouri. Her major research area is 'Integrating Technology into the Art and Art Education Classroom' and when she is not teaching or conducting research, she spends time drawing and maintaining her blog 'Online Learning Cafe' /www.onlinelearningcafe.com.
Since coming to Texas Woman's University in Fall 2004, she finalized the conversion of the MA in Art Education to a completely online program, initially started by her predecessor, Sharon Warwick. She has a passion for online learning, integrating learning technology into the classroom and elementary art education. She has written and published one book on Art Education and Technology, numerous articles on this topic and has presented extensively at state, regional, national and international conventions. She is currently working on her second book on Art Education and Technology. She is the recent past President of the Education Technology Issues Group sponsored by the National Art Education Association. Dr. Gregory is an active member of the Texas Art Education Association, the National Art Education Association and the Texas Faculty Association.
a. 'The Meaning of Life' / conte, graphite & charcoal on paper
b. 'Freedom' / conte, graphite & charcoal on paper
c. 'Sherry Just Got Married' / conte, graphite & charcoal on paper
d. 'Ramona: Friendship Found & Lost' / conte, graphite & charcoal on paper
TWU Art Education Professor Dr. Diane C. Gregory has been awarded the Outstanding Lifetime Service Award for AET (Art Education Technology, a special interest group of the National Art Education Association. Congratulations Diane!
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