Suzanne Boyle reads "The Kiss That Missed" by David Melling to her classmates in a Children's Literature Class in the College of Education & Human Development.
Radford University student Lauren Cerkez answers a question regarding a poetry project from fourth grader Ethan Walker, student at Belle Heth School (Mrs. Frances Hunter's class).
Christina Gosseling helps students wtih their questions about a lesson at Christiansburg Middle School in Christiansburg, Va.
Radford University student Heather Rowland works with Rayna Phillips on her reading skills in the library before classes start for the day at McHarg School. Rayna, unlike the other students, is actually a second grader who due to a bout with cancer fell behind on her reading skills.
An aspiring teacher candidate from Radford University using the smart board. The educational technology program provides instruction in a constantly-changing technological world.
Six RU education students (from left: Jordan Shanks; Danielle Coughlin; Sophia Turonis; Jameson Brame; Emily Webb and Erin Sublett) sport native Malawian dress as the class and staff of the Domasi School in the African country look on. There are many chances to study abroad within the School of Teacher Education and Leadership.
Bryant Jefferson shows the rest of the members of the Falling Branch Writer's Circle the illustration he drew to go with his story entitled "The Race at New River Speedway". Bryant and several other young writers took part in a summer program which offered students a chance to work on their reading and writing skills. Radford Univeristy graudate students in Education were working with the students as part of their Reading Practicum.
Getting a degree is only the beginning. Graduates from Radford University take the knowledge they learned at RU and teach it to throughout the world.