Peer Review of Teaching: Sharing Best Practices

Shaya Golparian, Judy Chan, Alice Cassidy

Abstract


In this paper, we share examples of best peer review of teaching practices, drawing on our involvement in the design and implementation of the Peer Review of Teaching program at the Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology. We review the history of the Peer Review of Teaching Initiative at the University of British Columbia and explain key aspects of the interactive peer review of teaching session we facilitated at STLHE 2014. We provide examples generated by participants of that session, as well as participants of Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology workshops on peer review of teaching. We share future steps for the Peer Review of Teaching Program at UBC.


Keywords


peer review of teaching; formative evaluation; summative evaluation; peer review workshop

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22329/celt.v8i0.4239

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