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Peer observation for teaching enhancement

Peer observation for teaching enhancement

Pairs or wider groups of staff are encouraged to work together to support each other to enhance their academic practice.  Peer Support for Teaching Enhancement acts as a collaborative, supportive and developmental process for colleagues to work on the enhancement of their students’ experience.  It aims to:

  • encourage and support colleagues to contribute to the development of excellent academic practice (DEAP);
  • promote opportunities for sharing and dissemination of excellent academic practice; and
  • foster the development of an academic community across our University.

The Centre for Learning & Teaching provides guidance and example models for teachers of students on undergraduate and postgraduate courses on successful peer observation of teaching practice.

For colleagues teaching and supporting Degree Apprenticeships, specific, focused guidance is provided on the peer observation of the teaching of these programmes.

Educational development workshops are also provided by CLT to support colleagues who are being observed or are the observers in peer observation of teaching schemes (PoT). There is more information about the sessions available on the Find and Book a session page. 

Access to information about the scheme can be found on the Peer observation for teaching enhancement webpage. 

For queries about the scheme please contact

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