Antoinette Gayle joined the UCCI team in August 2014 as lecturer of all areas of chemistry as well as biochemistry. Prior to joining the UCCI, she worked in Jamaica as a technical officer and quality systems consultant. Mrs. Gayle has worked in Education since 2004 and has taught chemistry at various levels at the University of the West Indies, Mona (UWI) and at St. Andrew College.
Mrs. Gayle believes in the value of a good education and encourages her students to be good problem solvers and critical thinkers. She holds an MPhil in Chemistry from the UWI and a certificate in teaching from John’s Hopkins University.
STEM is a term that has become increasingly popular in education when referring to this group of topics (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics).
A solid STEM foundation is not only a foot in the door of the world’s fastest growing job market, but has become crucial for the future success of all students.