Center for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching

Formative Peer Review

Formative reciprocal peer review is a process for gathering feedback on teaching, reflecting on the alignment of teaching strategies with objectives, activities and assessments, and improving the fit between teaching approaches and student learning. If you are interested in this arrangement, CELT will help find a suitable peer review partner for you and get you started. The process is undertaken with a colleague and is "coached" by a peer review consultant.

A detailed explanation of the process, along with a guide to a variety of methods you can use to enhance your teaching is available in the CELT Peer Review Handbook (PDF).

COMING EVENTS

Understanding How Students Learn, Thursday, October 18, Led by Katie Jia, Instructional Consultant/Design from 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm in LB 440A. This workshop is being offered at faculty request. Register here.

Using Purdue Fort Wayne's New Video Express Room to Develop Video Lectures, Monday, October 22 in KT G20 at 2:30 pm - 3:20 pm, led by Adam Dircksen, CELT Director and Continuing Lecturer in Communication. Register here.

Choosing and Using Effective Educational Technologies, Monday, October 29 in LB 137 at 10:00 am - 12:00 pm, led by Katie Jia, CELT Instructional Consultant/Designer. Register here.

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