Stephanie Spadorcia, Ph.D., is the Associate Dean in the Graduate School of Education and the Director of the Teacher Residency Programs. Her research and teaching focus on literacy instruction for students across the disability continuum; assessment of reading and writing; and using technology to support literacy instruction. She has published articles and book chapters, and presents nationally. She does work in schools to provide literacy instruction for all students, and the role of assessment in a literacy program.
Stephanie also co-facilitates Leadership Enrichment and Development with other members of the Lesley community. This work focuses on leadership identity development for self-identified women in a higher education setting. She is a member of the International Leadership Association’s Research Women’s Leadership Colloquium focused on intersectional approaches to leadership development. Currently, she co-facilitates a Mastermind Series focused on feminist self- and peer- mentoring leadership development for the International Leadership Association.