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Introduction

Definition of Peer Review

Definition of Peers

Types of Reviews

Formative Procedures

Summative Procedures

Summary of Best Practices

References and Resources

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Formative Procedures (Developmental)

Colleagues (peers) are generally considered the best formative reviewers for aspects of teaching such as content expertise, pedagogical strategies, and assessment strategies. The literature on peer review is consistent in suggesting the areas of review appropriate for peers listed by Peter Seldin.

  1. Selection and mastery of course content
  2. Appropriateness of course objectives and instructional materials
  3. Appropriate methodology for teaching specific sections of courses
  4. Appropriate techniques to foster and measure student learning
  5. Course organization
  6. Student acheivement based on exams, projects, presentations, and reports
  7. Concern for and interest in teaching
  8. Homework assignments, textbooks, and handouts

 

 

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