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Collaborative peer review of teaching (CPRT) Faculty of Business and Law8/25/20141 http://mavdisk.mnsu.edu/parsnk/Archive%202007- 8/POL371/website/Course%20Website_files/image003.jpg
Session overview Welcome Peer review – why do we need it? What is peer review? The Faculty’s CPRT program What is good teaching? Feedback – how to give and receive it Forming review teams Faculty of Business and Law 8/25/20142
Peer review – why do we need it? Developments in peer review in Australian higher education Purposes served by peer review processes Approaches to peer review Faculty of Business and Law8/25/20143 We must do something alien to academic culture: we must talk to each other about our inner lives - risky stuff in a profession that fears the personal and seeks safety in the technical, the distant, the abstract.(Parker J. Palmer) Source: Palmer, P.J. 1998 The Courage to Teach Jossey-Bass Inc, San Francisco, p. 12.
What is peer review? Approaches to peer review Peer observation versus peer review Teaching practices that can be reviewed ◦ Lectures ◦ Tutorials ◦ DSO sites ◦ Assessment practices ◦ Other? Faculty of Business and Law8/25/20144
Faculty’s CPRT program: Aims ◦ Quality to teaching and learning ◦ Collaboration and discussion ◦ Dissemination of good practice ◦ Self-reflection and scholarship ◦ Recognition of effective practices Faculty of Business and Law8/25/20145
Faculty’s CPRT program: Approach ◦ Developmental ◦ Accessible ◦ Supportive ◦ Confidential ◦ Flexible ◦ Reflective ◦ Sustainable Faculty of Business and Law8/25/20146
Faculty’s CPRT program: Flexible models Person A Person B Person C Person A Person B 3-person or 2-person model peer or ‘expert’ reviewer within or across discipline Faculty of Business and Law8/25/20147
Faculty’s CPRT program: The review cycle: ◦ Introductory session – today ◦ Pre-observation/review session ◦ Observation or review ◦ Post-meeting ◦ Reflection ◦ Group feedback and evaluation – 30 October 8/25/2014Faculty of Business and Law8
What isn’t good teaching? Faculty of Business and Law8/25/20149
……good teaching is peer review of teaching needs a focus on learning which occurs as a result of teaching Teachers open the door. You enter by yourself. Chinese Proverb Source: http://www.quotationspage.com/quote/29226.html accessed 23 February 2009http://www.quotationspage.com/quote/29226.html Teachers open the door. You enter by yourself. Chinese Proverb Source: http://www.quotationspage.com/quote/29226.html accessed 23 February 2009http://www.quotationspage.com/quote/29226.html http://tbn0.google.com/images?q=tbn:I3mEhepcznaC1M:http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_7dPK9ryQY_s/RtJxbF4B6QI/AAAAAAAAAVw/1ci0JK_OkYo/s320/kkid.jpg
Judging “good” teaching You be the judge! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F-QA2rkpBSY. http://tbn3.google.com/images?q=tbn:pmNL1E7nU_rxqM:http: //cooldinners.com/images/qalogo.gif
..or http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t3ae9w4yQr0 http://tbn3.google.com/images?q=tbn:KQuLOLICUgpDOM:http:// www.insidesocal.com/tomhoffarth/judge.jpg Have you reached a verdict?
…. or 8/25/2014Faculty of Business and Law13 student focused student diversity active and challenging learning up to date knowledge assessment and feedback used strategically reflects on teaching and the scholarship of teaching and learning. http://www.deakin.edu.au/itl/pd/tl-modules/schorly/framework-peer- review09.pdf HANDBOOK
What’s next? Decide what you would like reviewed. Decide which method of review you prefer. If appropriate - form a review team Discuss within your team ‘what’ each members wants reviewed. Set dates and times for reviews. Other issues? Faculty of Business and Law8/25/201414