Dr. Diane Fisher

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Dr. Diane FisherDr. Diane Fisher was a public school educator and administrator for over 30 years with experience in K-12 education, specifically working with general education, special education, and gifted and talented. She held district level positions in Alamo Heights ISD, Judson ISD, and La Vernia ISD. Dr. Fisher has also been an adjunct professor at UIW and Texas State University for several years.

Research Interests

Universal Pre-K, Leadership, and Emergent/Early Literacy

Personal Interests

Travel, Reading, Spending time with my five granddaughters


"Come, my friends, tis not too late to seek a newer world."
- Alfred Lord Tennyson

Contact Information

Dr. Diane Fisher

Visiting Professor


Courses Taught

  • Assessment and Instruction
  • Child Development and Play
  • Clinical Teaching Seminar
  • Survey of Students in Diverse and Inclusive Environments
  • Teaching and Learning in the Elementary Grades
  • Teaching and Learning in the Secondary Grades


Ed.D., Educational Leadership 

Baylor University

Waco, Texas


M.Ed., Counseling and Personnel Services 

University of Maryland

College Park, Maryland


M.S., Special Education

Lesley University

Cambridge, Massachusetts


B.S., Early Childhood Education
Wheelock College
Boston, Massachusetts