Richard W. Riley College of Education and Human Sciences
Doctor of Education (EdD)
Dr. Jessica Fuda Daddio is a professional educator with several years of experience in teaching literacy and educational leadership. She has worked in public schools K-12 as well as state and private universities. She has experience as a classroom teacher, a literacy coordinator, a consultant and a professor. She has presented at several conferences on topics such as faculty collaboration, brain-based literacy, and professionalism. She is currently working on a study focusing on reflective instructional decision-making and reading. Her education includes a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education, a Master’s degree in Reading and a Reading Specialist Certificate. She also holds a Literacy Coordinator Certificate and a Doctorate in Instructional Leadership.
EdD, Argosy University
MEd, Edinboro University of PA
BS, Edinboro Unversity of PA
Reading Specialist Certificate, Edinboro University of PA
Literacy Coordinator Certificate, The Ohio State
Fuda-daddio, J. A. (2014). R-E-F-L-E-C-T: Looking into the mirror at the process of reflective teaching practices. . Pennsylvania Reads.
Dailey, K., uda Daddio, J., Fuda-daddio, J. A. (2013). Looking into the mirror: Examining the process of teacher reflection.
uda Daddio, J., Booth, J., Fuda-daddio, J. A. (2012). Here, There, and Everywhere: Building a Cohesive Online Faculty (Phase 2).
Fuda-daddio, J. A., Dailey, K. (2014). Give me an R-E-F-L-E-C-T! The Impact of Reflection on Teachers’ Literacy Practices..
Fuda-daddio, J. A., Dailey, K. (2015). Bringing Reflection to the Forefront: Transforming Educators and Students’ Lives Through Literacy. ILA.
uda Daddio, J., Booth, J., Fuda-daddio, J. A. (2013). Can teacher professionalism be developed through technology?.