PEER REVIEW - also see Peer Review Resources
The advice and resources provided in this guide have been developed and refined based on the experience of coordinating these programs as well as a national
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Peer Review of Teaching in Australian Higher Education: A handbook to support institutions in developing and embedding effective policies and practices (2008) (Webpage, handbook)
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Resources to support Peer Review of Teaching
The CSHE runs successful programs of peer review of teaching as part of the Melbourne Teaching Certificate and the Graduate Certificate of University Teaching; however, individuals and academic units can also easily and successfully implement peer review processes.
The documents provided here are designed to support this. It is recommended that they are used in conjunction with the CSHE guide Collegial feedback on teaching: A guide to peer review.
It is important to note that there are many ways that peer review of teaching can be undertaken. The materials here are based on the model used in CSHE professional development programs.
The CSHE is available to work with academic units to design and implement tailored peer review of teaching programs.
Description and use
Code of conduct for reviewers. Must be read by anyone acting as a reviewer prior to commencing any review of face-to-face teaching.
One-page information sheet detailing the four-step peer review process, including when to use each resource.
Plans logistics of review.
Taken in to the reviewed class to trigger observations.
Frameworks are also available for review of:
Reviewer records written feedback and provides this to the reviewee. Reviewee uses Section 2 to record their response to the feedback.
An actual and excellent example of how to provide feedback to colleagues. This is used with the kind permission of colleagues from the Graduate Certificate of University Teaching.
Sets out the advantages (and possible disadvantages) of undertaking peer review with colleagues with various backgrounds and positions.
Provides colleagues who may not be familiar with peer review with brief information about the process, their role and the time commitment required.