Peer review of teaching in Australian higher education: A handbook to support institutions in developing and embedding effective policies and practices

Overview

This national project developed a framework to support the effective introduction of peer review of teaching in ways appropriate to the higher education environment in Australia. It involved extensive consultation with staff from institutions across the sector and draws upon the experience of people who have developed and implemented peer review programs and those with particular insights into organisational policies and guidelines. The aim of the project was to develop resources to assist universities to design and embed peer review of teaching program suited to their missions, priorities and contexts.

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Researchers
Kerri-Lee Harris (Project Director), Kelly Farrell, Maureen Bell (Wollongong), Marcia Devlin (Deakin) and Richard James
Funded by
Australian Learning and Teaching Council (ALTC)
Date
2007-2008