Associate Professor of Education
ON FACULTY SINCE 2009
In the education department we are interested exploring the application of the Creation, Fall, Redemption, Consummation narrative to all aspects of the school and classroom.
- Ph.D. Curriculum and Instruction, Mercer University
- M.Ed. Administration and Supervision, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
- B.A. Elementary Education, Covenant College
Selected Professional Work
- Drexler, J., & Bagby, A. H. (2021). Defining and Assessing Spiritual Formation: A Necessity for Christian Schooling. International Christian Community of Teacher Educators Journal, 16(1).
- Bagby, A., & Drexler, J. (February, 2023) Chapel: What Have We Learned About How Students Grow? C0-Presented at Council of Educational Standards and Accountability (CESA) Collective
- Bagby, A., & Drexler, J. (February, 2023) Spiritual Formation: A Qualitative Guide for Assessment. Co-Presented at North Carolina Association of Independent Schools (NCAIS)
- Bagby, A., & Drexler, J. (November, 2022) Defining and Assessing Spiritual Formation. Co-Presented at Researchers in Christian Education (RICE)
- Bagby, A., & Drexler, J. (October, 2022) Spiritual Formation: A Qualitative Guide to Assessment. C0-Presented at Council of Educational Standards and Accountability (CESA) Collective
Get to know your professor
Q. If you could compete in an olympic sport, what would it be and why?
A. Volleyball. This is the sport I played from 6th grade through college.
Q. Favorite Food?
Q. What is one thing that instantly makes your day better?
A. A good hug
Q. Personal Interests/Hobbies
A. Hiking. My most recent trip was to Everest Base Camp in Nepal.