Gayle Evans has a reputation among her students for her enthusiasm and passion for teaching about the science and environment. She began her teaching career at Gainesville High School, in Gainesville, Florida, in 1998, where she has taught nearly every science course possible including AP Environmental Science, AP Biology, Anatomy & Physiology and Physical Science. Ms. Evans also helped to establish the Cambridge Program at Gainesville High School, where she developed curriculum and taught the Cambridge AS and A Level Biology, as well as the research based AICE Environmental Management courses.
In addition to teaching high school students, Ms. Evans has taught Anatomy & Physiology and Medical Terminology in the Surgical Technology Program at Santa Fe College, served for many years as the Gainesville High School Science Department Chair, and lead teacher workshops to share with other high school teachers how to teach Cambridge AICE Environmental Management.
Ms. Evans earned her B.A. in Biology from Mount Holyoke College in Massachusetts and her M.Ed. in Secondary Science Education from the University of Florida. She also achieved National Board Certification in Biological Sciences for Adolescents and Young adults in 2002.