Isabeau Iqbal shares about the peer review of teaching on episode #131 of Teaching in Higher Ed.
Quotes from the episode
Formative peer reviews of teaching offer the opportunity for growth for both the reviewer and the reviewee.
Despite the fact that you might have decades of experience and high student evaluations of teaching, it’s still nerve-wracking.
There are best practices in peer review, but often those don’t get followed.
- UBC’s Centre for Teaching, Learning, and Technology’s Formative Peer Review of Teaching Resources
- Isabeau Iqbal’s Publications on Peer Review of Teaching and Dissertation
- Josh Eyler and others tweet about Faculty Owl Days at Rice University
- On Being Observed by David Gooblar
- Vanderbilt University Center for Teaching’s Peer Review of Teaching Post
- Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End* by Atul Gawande
- The Hidden Brain Podcast
- Under the Influence Podcast
- Journey to the River Sea* Eva Ibbotson
- The Star of Kazan* Eva Ibbotson
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