What is a Master Teacher?

Master Teachers are non-tenured clinical faculty with exemplary teaching experience. The active involvement of master teachers is a unique feature of the UTeach model that is critical to student success.

These experienced, successful classroom teachers participate in multiple aspects of the program, and their role in implementing curriculum deserves special attention. Having a dedicated team of former teachers to teach introductory classes, supervise field experiences, and track students’ progress has proven to be one of the most important elements in the success of UTeach.

Read about UABTeach's Master Teachers below.

Paulette Evans

Paulette Evans. Master Teacher

Paulette Evans, EdS, has taught a combination of General, Advanced, and Advanced Placement Biology at Minor High School within the Jefferson County School District. Paulette is also an Adjunct Instructor at Bevill State Community College where she has instructed students in Biology and Anatomy & Physiology.


Amy Morgan

Amy MorganMaster Teacher

Dr. Amy Morgan has been a teacher for 25 years. She began her teaching career as an Environmental Education instructor at Camp Cosby. After two years, she left her cabin in the woods and moved to the big city to teach at Gwin Elementary School in the Hoover City Schools district.