Jessica Haddaway Enos, Ph.D.
Assistant Clinical Professor
Teacher Education Department
Ph.D., Curriculum and Instruction
Teacher Education and Professional Development
University of Maryland, College Park
M.A.T., Elementary Education
Johns Hopkins University
Rutgers University, New Brunswick
Jessica Haddaway Enos is an assistant clinical professor at Loyola University Maryland, School of Education. She teaches graduate courses related to teacher research and inquiry and undergraduate courses that introduce students to the wide variety of cultural, political, and historical factors that affect public schools. She advises students who are minoring in Urban Education. Additionally, Enos is a supervisor for MAT candidates in secondary education. Her dissertation research focuses on how teachers experience their racial identities while working in urban schools. Enos is interested in better understanding what it looks like to engage in anti-racist teaching. She previously taught elementary school in Prince George’s County Public Schools and Baltimore City Public Schools.
Teachers’ Racial Identities
Preservice Teacher Beliefs
Haddaway, J. (2016, February). Opening the door to understanding preservice teacher beliefs: The role of the teaching metaphor. Presentation given at an Emerging Scholar session during the 2016 Annual Meeting of the Association of Teacher Educators.
Landa, M., & Haddaway, J. (2016, April). Promoting teacher candidates’ cultural competence through children’s literature. Presentation given at a paper session during the 2016 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association.
Honors and Awards
2018 Kaiser Permanente Thriving Schools Mini-Grant, Prince George’s County Public Schools ($2,500)
2017 Support Program for Advancing Research and Collaboration (SPARC) Dissertation Grant, University of Maryland, College Park ($550)
2016 ATE Emerging Scholar, 2016 Annual Meeting cohort