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Lisa M. Plichta

Faculty - Education Undergraduate

Departments

Teacher Education

Phone

(414) 410-4741

Building

BH Bonaventure Hall 2020

Mailbox

Box 435

Biography

Lisa Plichta is an Assistant Professor in the College of Education and Leadership at Cardinal Stritch University where she works with undergraduate teacher candidates. She earned her Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership from Cardinal Stritch University. In addition to her work with teacher candidates, Lisa also facilitates mentoring and coaching workshops and co-leads the professional development and micro-credentialing program. For 11 years, Lisa taught high school English in the Sussex-Hamilton School District located in Sussex, Wisconsin. For three years, she also served as Instructional Leader for English 9-12 for the school district.

Education

  • B.A., Valparaiso University
  • M.S., Cardinal Stritch University

Expertise

Lesson planning, unit planning, team teaching, teaching in a block schedule, coaching/mentoring, and micro-credentialing

Publications & Presentations

University School of Milwaukee, 2019 Co-facilitator of Mentoring/Coaching Refresher Workshop for experienced mentors. Professional development around differentiated coaching stances and coaching language stems Wisconsin Association of School Boards C

Why Stritch?

"My first introduction to Stritch was a course I took with Pat Magestro as my school transitioned to the block schedule. She had a warm, friendly demeanor and shared practical strategies for creating an active learning environment. Based upon that experience and Stritch’s outstanding reputation, I enrolled in the Master’s in Educational Leadership program. While in the program, faculty supported me as an adult learner and facilitated my growth as leader. When the opportunity arose to become an adjunct faculty member, I enthusiastically accepted the position. As my responsibilities expanded within the College of Education and Leadership, I gradually became a full-time faculty member. During my two decades of interaction with faculty and staff, I have found Stritch to be a place where people take an interest in you as a person and what you want to accomplish, create, and become. This is my answer to “Why Stritch?”"

- Lisa M. Plichta