Dr. L. Daniele Bradshaw is an assistant professor for the Liberty University School of Education. She teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in educational technology, curriculum theory, differentiated teaching, diagnostic measurement, and historical/philosophical foundations of education. She holds a B.A. in history and a M.Ed. in social science education from the University of Florida. She also has a Ph.D. in education from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her research interests are in the fields of educational technology, professional development, afterschool programs, and social studies. Dr. Bradshaw is an advocate for educational technology in afterschool settings. She has researched educational technology professional development in 21st CCLC afterschool programs. Dr. Bradshaw is also interested in social studies educational technology, specifically digital historical resources. Her background includes school teaching in various settings: GED program, elementary school remediation, and 3rd grade. Dr. Bradshaw worked as a 21st Century Community Learning Center (21st CCLC) afterschool program director for a North Carolina school district. She served as a 21st CCLC and Supplemental Educational Services (SES) program consultant for the North Carolina Department of Education. She also worked as an adjunct professor for Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS). For SEBTS, Dr. Bradshaw taught various education courses and a communication course. Dr. Bradshaw enjoys spending time with her family. She and her husband, Dr. Travis Bradshaw, have three lovely children. Dr. Bradshaw also enjoys reading and nature walks. Dr. Bradshaw believes in the importance of Biblical Christian education. She prays that all of her students will develop their Biblical knowledge and relationship with the Lord. She wants to share educational knowledge from a Christian perspective, so that students can enact positive changes in society.