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Lindsay B Wheeler

Assistant Professor
Unit: Provost's Office
Department: Center for Teaching Excellence
Office location and address
36 Rotunda Dr
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904
INST 2559: New Course in Interdisciplinary Studies
Credits: 1–4
This course provides the opportunity to offer a new topic in Interdisciplinary Studies.
PHYS 2900: Teaching Methods for Undergraduate Teaching Assistants
Credits: 1
This STEM teaching course will help Undergraduate TAs integrate learning theory and effective student engagement practices into their teaching. UTAs will participate in guided discussions to relate recommendations from the education literature to their classroom experiences. Assignments will include learning activities, such as teaching observations & reflections, and designing interventions to assist students with difficult topics/skills.
APMA 3501: Special Topics in Applied Mathematics
Credits: 1–4
Applies mathematical techniques to special problems of current interest. Topic for each semester are announced at the time of course enrollment.
APMA 6548: Special Topics in Applied Mathematics
Credits: 1–3
Topics vary from year to year and are selected to fill special needs of graduate students.
CHEM 7011: Teaching Science in Higher Education
Credits: 1
This STEM teaching course will help graduate TAs integrate learning theory and effective student engagement practices into their teaching. GTAs will participate in guided discussions to relate recommendations from the education literature to their classroom experiences. Assignments will include learning activities, such as teaching observations & reflections, and designing interventions to assist students with difficult topics/skills.
BIOL 7110: Teaching Science in Higher Education
Credits: 1
This STEM teaching course will help graduate TAs integrate learning theory and effective student engagement practices into their teaching. GTAs will participate in guided discussions to relate recommendations from the education literature to their classroom experiences. Assignments will include learning activities, such as teaching observations & reflections, and designing interventions to assist students with difficult topics/skills.
PHYS 9030: Teaching Science in Higher Education
Credits: 1
This STEM teaching course will help graduate TAs integrate learning theory and effective student engagement practices into their teaching. GTAs will participate in guided discussions to relate recommendations from the education literature to their classroom experiences. Assignments will include learning activities, such as teaching observations & reflections, and designing interventions to assist students with difficult topics/skills.