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Allen Kitchel, Ph.D.

Allen Kitchel, Ph.D.

Associate Dean, Associate Professor

Office

ED 504

Phone

208-885-4437

Mailing Address

875 Perimeter Drive MS 3080
Moscow, ID 83844-3080

  • Ph.D. Education, Emphasis in Educational Technology and Assessment, University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho. Aug. 2006

  • M.Ed. Business Education, Business/Marketing and Vocational Education, University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho. Aug. 1993

  • B.S. Business Finance, University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho. Dec. 1988

  • Finalist: Outstanding Assistant Professor Award, University Council for Workforce and Human Resource Education, 2011

  • Outstanding Faculty Award, Disability Support Services, 2008-09

  • University Business Teacher of the Year, Idaho Business Education Association, 2007

  • Vandal Helping Hand Award, 2002

  • Vandal Helping Hand Award, 2001

  • Outstanding Faculty Award, Disability Support Services, 2000-01

  • Professional development of CTE teachers

  • Program and curriculum development in business and marketing education

  • Teaching pedagogy in business and marketing education

  • Best practice models for online pedagogy

  • Educational technology adoption by teachers

  • Technology literacy

  • Idaho Professional-Technical Education Standards Revision Committee for Business and Marketing Teacher Education, 2011-2012.

  • North Idaho DECA Secondary Regional Conference, University of Idaho, (~225 secondary students attend this conference), planned, coordinated and administered conference annually 1998-2010.

  • Business Professionals of America Secondary Regional Conference, University of Idaho (175-250 secondary students attend this conference), planned, coordinated and administered conference, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2013.

  • MBA Research National Conclave Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio, selected by the Idaho Division of Professional-Technical Education as Idaho consortium representative, June 2009.

  • Business Professionals of America Secondary Regional Conferences, Lewis-Clark State College, assisted in administering conference, 1998, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012.

  • Business Professionals of America’s Idaho State Leadership Conference, assisted Idaho Division of Professional-Technical Education with conference, 1998-2013.

Principal Investigator: K. Allen Kitchel
Title: Business, Management & Marketing Education Programs of Study
Sponsor: Idaho Division of Professional-Technical Education
Funding Dates: July 1, 2008 - June 30, 2009
Grant Amount: $7,000
Misc: Identify and associate essential learning outcomes for the courses associated with the Idaho Business Education Programs of Study. The work of the project to be disseminated through a teacher accessible website and on CD. Involved hiring and managing support staff.

Principal Investigator: K. Allen Kitchel
Title: Idaho Business Education Standards Crosswalk Project – Phase I
Sponsor: Idaho Division of Professional-Technical Education
Funding Dates: July 1, 2007 - June 30, 2008
Grant Amount: $14,400
Misc: Coordinating and facilitating teacher meetings, cross walking business education courses and Idaho business education standards, the creation of a database management system to facilitate the project, and the publication of the work completed during Phase I on a CD and disseminated to teachers at the 2008 Idaho Professional-Technical Summer Conference. Involved hiring and managing support staff.

Principal Investigator: K. Allen Kitchel
Title: Database Assistance for Upper Columbia Basin Network
Sponsor: National Park Service, Upper Columbic Basin Network
Funding Dates: December 3, 2006 - June 30, 2007
Grant Amount: $10,000
Misc: Involved the planning and creation of a database management system, as well as two technical documents to support the National Park Service’s research on park inventories. Involved hiring and managing support staff.

  • Kitchel, A.,  & Cannon, J. (2011). Professional development barriers, motivators and preferred delivery modalities of Idaho secondary business teachers. Business Teacher Education Journal, Isue No. 38, 42-47.

  • Arnett, S. E., Kitchel, A., & Cannon, J. (2011). Experiential learning curricular development model for stimulating student interest in green collar careers. Online Journal for Workforce Education and Development, 5(1), Article 3. Available at: http://opensiuc.lib.siu.edu/ojwed/vol5/iss1/3

  • Kitchel, A., Cannon, J., & Duncan, D. (2010). Professional development priorities of Idaho business teachers: An examination of a set of competencies associated with teaching and learning. The Delta Pi Epsilon Journal, LII (3), 138-151.

  • Kitchel, A., Cannon, J., & Duncan, D. (2009). Program management educational needs of Idaho business and marketing teachers. Career and Technical Education Research, 34(3), 175-189.

  • Kitchel, A., & Yopp, M. (2009). Economic Systems and Institutions. In W. Wilhelm (Ed), 2009 NBEA Yearbook: No. 47 Economics and Personal Finance (pp. 29-43). Reston, VA: NBEA

Contact

Department of Curriculum and Instruction

Mailing Address:
College of Education, Health and Human Sciences
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive
Moscow, Idaho 83844-3082

Phone: 208-885-6587

Fax: 208-885-1071

Email: teached@uidaho.edu

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