Peer Review of Teaching Learning Guide

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About this guide

Peer review of teaching enhances teaching practice, encourages reflection on one’s teaching and improves student learning. For these reasons, it is recommended that Faculty invite a peer reviewer to review their teaching. In this guide, we will explore principles in conducting a peer review of teaching, formative versus summative assessment, criteria and a template.

Last updated: June 7, 2023


Learning Objectives

  1. Learn the peer review of teaching process and forms of assessment
  2. Review planning considerations and principles to keep in mind as you assess
  3. Utilize our downloadable template and adapt for your faculty

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LTSI is available to support you in training for peer review of teaching through consultations and upcoming interactive sessions. We can tailor workshops and training to your department, as well as train interested peer reviewers.

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