Peer observation and evaluation provides an additional resource to demonstrate your teaching effectiveness. Join this Faculty Teaching and Learning Community (FTaLC) to explore best practices for the peer observation process. This series is being offered in partnership with CETLOE and the CEHD.
Mark your calendars for these upcoming events. If you have any questions or suggestions for other new faculty events you’d like to see happen contact DaShaunda Patterson at [email protected]. And be sure to view our faculty resources page for more information.
Some events may be virtual, others will list the specific location
Exploring Best Practices in the Peer Review of Teaching
Laura Carruth, Ph.D. (Neuroscience and CETLOE) and DaShaunda Patterson, Ph.D. (CEHD)
Are you preparing for promotion, tenure or structured review? Have you been asked to provide a peer observation for a colleague who is? Join the FTaLC group entitled: Exploring Best Practices in the Peer Review of Teaching. This group will consider the best practices for the peer observation and evaluation process for faculty teaching. We will examine how this process and its outcomes can serve as evidence to convey teaching effectiveness. Participants will have the opportunity to practice utilizing various peer observation tools and process to determine the feasibility of these resources. This group will meet 9 to 10 times across the fall and spring semester. At the first meeting, participants will determine the meeting specific schedule for the semester.
Identify current practices in Peer observation and evaluation
Explore scholarly research on peer observation and evaluation
Practice utilizing select peer observation tools and structures