Discovering Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy


Take a tour of Radcademy™ and explore the fascinating world of medical imaging and radiation therapy. The website and videos provide students with an in-depth look at the radiologic sciences and the science behind the technology. In addition, teachers can trust the scientific accuracy of materials as they were created by radiologic science educators from the American Society of Radiologic Technologists, the world’s largest radiologic science association.

High Tech, High Touch

High Tech,
High Touch

Radiologic Technologists

Taking Care of Patients

Taking Care of Patients

Benefits, Exams and Treatments

Expand Your Journey

Expand Your Journey

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Radcademy™ features resources designed for teachers and students. It includes a mini-curriculum, lesson plan, worksheet and quiz. Use it in classrooms, sciences camps or after-school clubs.


Winners of X-ray Vision Glasses:
Overfelt High School, San Jose, California

Science classes of Ann Shioji, Yale National Initiative Teacher Fellow, use ASRT Radcademy® resources as a supplement to courses on physiology and electromagnetic waves.

Resources for Teachers

PDF Teacher's Guide

Radcademy™ Teacher’s Guide and Lesson Plan

Includes lesson overviews, objectives, directions and classroom discussion topics. Includes recommendations for additional reading and links to supplementary information.

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PDF Worksheet

Radcademy™ Worksheet

Students use the worksheet to guide them through the website and videos, completing the question sheet as they go. The worksheet is used to help them master the final quiz.

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PDF Medical Imaging Science Quiz

Medical Imaging Science Quiz

Seven questions to help evaluate the effectiveness of your lesson. Students can use their completed Radcademy™ worksheet as a guide to the quiz.

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Material Key for Teachers

The material key for the Radcademy™ Worksheet and the Medical Imaging Science Quiz are available by request at [email protected].

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  • Your city and the name of your school.
  • What grade you teach.
  • How you discovered us.

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