Policies and Practices

What Policies and Practices Support Peer Review of Teaching?

Two areas can be defined and shared across the unit in order to guide participants:

  1. Peer Review Policy includes a statement about its major purpose, who it is for (rank requirements, tenured/non-tenured), its frequency, selection and qualifications of peer observers, preparation/training for this role, components of and process for the review, and the documentation that participants are expected to generate, as well as what will be done with it.  Learn More
  2. Practices for Implementing Policies. Constructing these plans is a context-based process that is subject to revision based on experiences and new learning as the department implements its peer review.  Learn More

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