Angila Moffitt
Assistant Professor of Education
Angila Moffitt

Dr. Moffitt brings a wealth of both experiential and educational knowledge to her classroom. Having taught nearly all ages in a variety of settings, she is able to provide students perspectives and practice based on real-world scenarios. Students leave her class ready to make a difference.

Avid learner
Throughout her career, Dr. Moffitt has continued to enhance her acumen so she can help others pursue their calling. Building on her undergraduate degrees in elementary education and special education, she earned master’s and doctoral degrees in curriculum and instruction/educational leadership as she continued to teach.

Personal touch
A single mother of five, including two sets of twins, Dr. Moffitt strives to be relational and share personal stories that give meaning to what she’s teaching. Students enjoy her personal touch and are encouraged by the strategies, resources and her own personal story of hope.

Planting seeds
In addition to helping to prepare future educators, Dr. Moffitt’s real joy comes from sharing her faith and planting seeds for spiritual growth through her teaching. She has always felt called to teach, and her love for God and passion to help others is seen and felt by her students.

Standing out in her field
Dr. Moffitt serves as the director of Northwestern’s online B.A. in early childhood education programs. She is a sought-after conference presenter and actively researches and publishes academic articles to advance her field. Her most recent work includes “The Cake,” published in the Reformed Journal in October 2022.

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