Argie J. Campbell
Argie Campbell teaches 4th grade at the Kilby Laboratory School on the campus of the University of North Alabama in Florence, Alabama. After graduating from Samford University in 2010 with a Family Studies and Human Development degree, she joined the 2011 Teach for American corps in Memphis, Tennessee. There she taught 6th grade writing at The Soulsville Charter School while she obtained her M.A.T. from Christian Brothers University, specializing in Middle Grades 4-8. After teaching for five years at The Soulsville Charter school, Argie has moved on to develop her teaching practice as a supervising 4th grade teacher at Kilby. She is excited to build up bright young minds to love learning forever, embrace a growth mindset, and appreciate themselves and others.
- Generalist, Middle Grades 4-8
- Teaching, Middle Grades (M.A.T.)
Christian Brothers University
- Family Studies (BA)
Selected Intellectual Contributions
- Argie L. Campbell, Lisa H. Clayton, Jeffrey D. Cornelius, Chris L. James, and Katie C. Kinney. 2021. The Role of Faculty Collaboration in Preservice Teachers’ STEM Readiness. International Association of Laboratory Schools (IALS)
- Argie J. Campbell and Gary Padgett. 2020. Ecopedagogy in the Fourth Grade Classroom: Reflections on Implementing a Multidisciplinary STEAM Program.