Peer Review of Teaching: A Sourcebook / Edition 1by Nancy Van Note Chism
Pub. Date: 09/28/1998
This concise yet comprehensive sourcebook is for administrators, particularly deans and department chairs, who wish to develop a strong peer review component to their system for evaluating and improving teaching. And this book is for faculty who will be engaged in the system, as both evaluators and as subjects of teaching evaluation. It consists of two parts: Part One details a framework for designing and implementing peer review, and Part Two provides guidelines, protocols, and forms for each task involved in an effective system of peer review.
Table of Contents
About the Author.
Part I: An Overview of Peer review.
1. Developing a rationale and Understanding of Peer Review.
2. Setting Up a System for Peer review.
3. Understanding Roles and Goals of a Peer Review System.
4. Identifying the Focus of a Peer Review of Teaching System.
Part II: Resources and Forms.
5. Peer Review of Course materials.
6. Classroom Observation.
7. Leadership for Teaching: Contributions to Scholarship of Teaching and Departmental Teaching Efforts.
8. Teaching Portfolios.
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