Evaluation of Teaching

Peer Review of Teaching: Useful Tools

1. “Guidelines for Effective Classroom Observations” (online article) condenses seven “overall guidelines” distilled from Nancy Chism’s Peer Review of Teaching (1st edition available in the Faculty of Education Library at 371.144 C54) .

2. “Evidence of Evidence-Based Teaching” (online article) outlines six specific observations by which peer-assessment of evidence-based instruction may be measured.

3. Two “observation checklist” tools:

The Student Feedback Process

The Office of Institutional Analysis is responsible for the administration of SFT surveys, which are conducted for each section of a course in which there is a minimum class size of five.

For most courses that run over 1 or 2 terms, feedback will take place during the second and third last weeks of class1.

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