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Catherine (Lindsay) Linsky, Ph.D.

Lindsay Linsky
Title: Associate Professor Middle Grades
Interim Assistant Director, Center for Teaching, Learning, and Leadership
Phone: 678-717-2286

Office: Nesbitt Academic Building, 5158, Gainesville


Catherine Lindsay Linsky serves as the coordinator of the Gifted Endorsement Program, facilitator of the Master of Arts in Teaching and Post Baccalaureate Programs, assistant professor of Middle Grades Education, and one of two edTPA facilitators for the College of Education.

As the Gifted Endorsement Program coordinator, Dr. Linsky’s role includes recruiting students, managing rosters, hiring adjunct professors, and teaching the courses. In 2014, she led a group of professors to rework the fully online endorsement program to boost student engagement and add a fourth course.  Additionally, Dr. Linsky created an undergraduate track for the program and co-developed Camp Appalachia, a summer camp for local gifted and talented students.

As facilitator for the Master of Arts in Teaching and Post Baccalaureate Programs, Dr. Linsky assigns faculty to courses, manages students’ supervisors, advises Master of Arts in teaching students in their plans of study, and teaches courses in the sequence. Currently, she is leading the MAT/PB faculty in revamping the program to improve course assessment rubrics, enhance assignment rigor, and include more opportunities for students to work with research.

In her role as edTPA Facilitator, Dr. Linsky supports all middle grades, secondary, MAT, PB, Health/PE, music education, and art education students in their edTPA implementation process.  Currently, she is developing a series of online modules to prepare interns for the edTPA process.

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