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									                                   Lisa Scites Allen
                       107 Maywood Ave., Bardstown, KY, 40004
                               Phone: (502) 348-9710
                                Cell: (502) 507-1523


Ed. D., Instruction and Administration, University of Kentucky, 2009
Dissertation: Differentiating Professional Development for Teachers: How Teachers
Develop and Implement Professional Growth Plans

M.A., Education, Western Kentucky University, 1991
Concentration: English

B. S. Asbury College, Education, 1988
Concentration: English and Journalism

Additional Certifications:

Rank IA, Western Kentucky University, 2003
Supervisor of Instruction, K-12

Rank I, Western Kentucky University, 1993
Standard Guidance Counseling Certification, 5-12


Assistant Professor of Education, 2011-present
Campbellsville University
Courses: SED 505, SED 601, SED 602, SED 607, GTE 530, GTE 535, ED 705

Consultant/Professional Development Provider, 2011-present
Elizabethtown Christian Academy

Guidance Counselor for Grades 9-12, 1995-2010
Nelson County High School

Teacher for Grades 9-12, 1988-1995
Nelson County High School
Courses: English I, II, III, and IV, Journalism I and II, Speech

Grants and Programs:

*Air Force JROTC Program, 2000, $62,000
*Family and Youth Service Center Grant (Kentucky Grant for Working with Students on
Free/Reduced Lunch, 1998), $90,000

*Jobs for America’s Graduates (National Grant for Program Working with At Risk
Students, 1995), $40,000


Differentiating Instruction to Support Multiple Intelligences
Presentation at the Kentucky Council for Exceptional Children 2011 Conference,
Louisville, KY.

Differentiating Professional Development for Teachers: The Influence of Professional
Growth Plans
Paper presented at the University Council for Educational Administration’s 2010
Convention, New Orleans, LA.

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