The aim of this website is to encourage peer review of teaching as a professional development activity that benefits both the reviewee and the reviewer. The print and video resources facilitate peer review as a cyclical, iterative and reciprocal process that is negotiated between participants.
Peer review of teaching can take many different forms, of which classroom observation is probably the most well-known one. However, teaching here is understood to go beyond classroom performance and also encompasses online teaching and teaching-related activities, such as revision of teaching materials, development of units, writing of assessment task, mapping of programs to graduate capabilities, and all other aspects of teaching that impact the student learning experience.
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