Debra J. DeWitte
Debra J. DeWitte is an art historian who specializes in nineteenth-century French art. She was educated at the University of Texas at Arlington, Southern Methodist University, and the University of Texas at Dallas. She teaches at the University of Texas at Arlington and has developed an online art appreciation course that won a Platinum Award from the United States Distance Learning Association in 2008.
Books by Debra J. DeWitte
Navigating the wealth of artworks in any museum or gallery can prove to be a challenge for first-time visitors. Indeed, students frequently do not get the most from their first visit to a museum or gallery because they are intimidated by an environment that is unfamiliar to them. In light of this challenge, the authors of Gateways to Art, First Edition have used their many years of teaching experience to produce an accompanying Journal carefully designed to help students learn as much as they can during their visit.More
A flexible format, inclusive approach, and comprehensive illustration program fit the many ways instructors teach Introduction to the Visual Arts.More
The Instructor’s Manual includes valuable chapter outlines, suggested approaches to teaching and classroom activities, and lists of useful Internet resources. The authors also provide guidance about using the exclusive Gateways media to enhance all chapters. Last, but not least, the Instructor’s Manual includes hands-on art projects.More