Center for the Advancement of Teaching & Learning


Peer Observation of Teaching

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Call for participants

The Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning seeks a pilot group who are interested in doing peer observations of teaching. These reviews are formative and the goal is to provide support and collegial guidance for those who would like feedback from their peers. Best practices suggest that reviews are most effective when done holistically, as part of a give-and-take between equals in which the reviewers understand the context of the lessons they observe and how they fit into the flow of the course. In that light, we suggest that peer reviews follow the stages below. Please click on the buttons to read more and download supporting documentation.

We assume that this pilot is for face-to-face teaching. If you would like peer review of your online teaching, please contact the Center to discuss how to adapt this process.

Stages of a review