|Present||Assistant Professor of Education, Liberty University ‐ School of Education|
(Advisor for Doctoral Candidate) Secondary Teachers’ Perceptions and Self-efficacy Regarding Technology Integration: A Phenomenological Study Liberty University Research Week (2017)
Brantley, C. & Bradshaw, D. (Advisor) (April 12th, 2017). Secondary teachers’ perceptions and self-efficacy regarding technology integration: A phenomenological study. Liberty University Research Week, Lynchburg, VA.
Studying Genealogy, Family History, and Local History in Afterschool Programs National Council for History (NCHE) Conference (2017)
Bradshaw, L. D. (April 1st, 2017). Studying genealogy, family history, and local history in afterschool programs. National Council for History (NCHE) Conference, Atlanta, GA.
Faith-based Community Partnerships with Schools Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) Professional Development Forum 2016 (2016)
Bradshaw, L. D. (November 21st-22nd, 2016). Faith-based community partnerships with schools. Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) Professional Development Forum 2016, Lynchburg, VA.
Helping Students with Exceptionalities in Afterschool Settings Virginia Federation of the Council for Exceptional Children Annual Conference (2016)
Bradshaw, L. D. (March 11th, 2016). Helping students with exceptionalities in afterschool settings. Virginia Federation of the Council for Exceptional Children Annual Conference, Lynchburg, VA.
Promoting Diversity in Afterschool with Higher Education Partnerships College of Charleston and National Association of Holmes Scholars Alumni 2014 Diversity Conference (2014)
Bradshaw, L. D. (October 12th, 2014). Promoting diversity in afterschool with higher education partnerships. College of Charleston and National Association of Holmes Scholars Alumni 2014 Diversity Conference. Charleston, SC.
Using Virtual Field Trips for Social Studies Instruction in Afterschool Settings The International Society for the Social Studies (ISSS) Conference (2014)
Bradshaw, L. D. (February 27th, 2014). Using virtual field trips for social studies instruction in afterschool settings. The International Society for the Social Studies (ISSS) Conference, Orlando, FL.
Providing Afterschool Professional Development to Teacher Education Candidates Annual Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching and Learning (2013)
Bradshaw, L. D. (May 31st, 2013). Providing afterschool professional development to teacher education candidates.Annual Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching and Learning, Bethesda, MD.
Teaching with Virginia Department of Transportation Resources Virginia Conference of Social Studies Educators (VCSSE) (2013)
Bradshaw, L. D. & Bradshaw, T. (November 2nd, 2013). Teaching with Virginia Department of Transportation resources. Virginia Conference of Social Studies Educators (VCSSE), Roanoke, VA.
Techniques for Using One Classroom Computer to Teach with History Websites University of Michigan 4T Virtual Conference (2013)
Bradshaw, L. D. (May 21st, 2013). Techniques for using one classroom computer to teach with history websites. Virtual presentation presented at University of Michigan 4T Virtual Conference.
The Use of Videoconferencing as a Medium for Collaboration of Experiences and Dialogue Among Graduate Students: A Case Study from Two Southeastern Universities Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education Conference (SITE) (2006)
Bradshaw, D., Siko, K. L., Hoffman, W., Talvitie-Siple, J., Fine, B., Carano, K., Carlson, L. A., Mixon, N. K., Rodriguez, P., Sheffield, C. C., Sullens-Mullican, C., Bolick, C. & Berson, M. J. (March 22nd, 2006). ...
Students and Digital Privacy: From Social Control to Learned Protection and Online Safety Theory and Research in Social Education (2007)
Bradshaw, D. & Keefer, N. (Spring, 2007). Students and digital privacy: From social control to learned protection and online safety. Theory and Research in Social Education, 35(2), 322-332.
A Storied History: The North Carolina Roots of African-American Literature Tar Heel News/North Carolina Council for the Social Studies (2006)
McGlinn, M. & Bradshaw, D. (Spring, 2006). A storied history: The North Carolina roots of African-American literature. Tar Heel News/North Carolina Council for the Social Studies.14-17.