Elevating Art Education Research
Elevating Art Education Research
Tuesday, April 4, 2017 | 7-8 pm ET
FREE for NAEA Members; $49 for non-members
In 2014 the National Art Education Association Research Commission started a Mixed Methods Working Group to build an association level consensus on the need for rigor in art education research.
Join with Mixed Methods Working Group members Raymond Veon, Amanda Krantz, and Read Diket to:
• Discover how quantitative and mixed methods study addresses critical questions in engineering education that taps into creative and visual thinking.
• Explore a museum project using a mixed methods approach and see how it was implemented nationwide.
• Discuss the development of mixed methods research by a consortium of university researchers who participated in an extended study and secondary analyses of the National Assessments for Educational Progress in the Visual Arts.
Assistant Dean for Arts Education, Caine College of the Arts, Utah State University
Raymond Veon is currently the Assistant Dean for Arts Education in the Caine College of the Arts at Utah State University, and is also the Founding Director for the Beverly Taylor Sorenson Arts Access Program serving students with special needs through the arts. In addition to his administrative duties, Professor Veon also teaches in the Department of Art and Design and currently coordinates the Foundations Drawing Program. He’s received multiple awards and grants, including two large federal education grants. His research interests include arts assessment (including the educational use of Adaptive Comparative Judgement) and creativity.
Managing Director, RK&A
Amanda Krantz is a Managing Director at RK&A, a firm that specializes in planning, evaluation, and research that supports museums. She has nearly a decade of experience conducting evaluation and research for all types of museums, including the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Baltimore Museum of Art, and San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Amanda holds a Master of Science in Art Education from The Pennsylvania State University, where her thesis explored the effects of security guards on art museum visitors. She regularly conducts research involving human subjects using both quantitative and qualitative methodologies. Currently, Amanda and her colleagues are conducting a large, mixed methods study exploring the impact of art museum programs on students in grades 4-6 for the National Art Education Association’s Museum Education Division and the Association of Art Museum Directors; the study is funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services and Samuel H. Kress Foundation.
Read Montgomery Diket, PhD
Gillespie Endowed Chair for Research, William Carey University; Art Department Chair
Read Montgomery Diket, Ph.D. University of Georgia, Gillespie Endowed Chair for research at William Carey University, chairs the art department. Dr. Diket has received national grants, served on editorial boards, reviewed and presented nationally and internationally, and published widely in the arts, assessment, and in education. Her research centers on artistic learning informed by neuroscience and critical theory. She uses mixed methods design to communicate with broad audiences about theoretical, practice based, and policy oriented interpretations based on statistical analysis of NAEP data.
Dr. Diket received the de Jong Award for service in 2016, the National Art Education Association Higher Educator of the Year in 2003 and the Barkan award that same year for best publication in the field. Dr. Diket was selected Distinguished Fellow for the National Art Education Association in 2006 and subsequently elected as membership chair. She has held numerous national offices with AERA, NAEA, and NAGC.
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