Beyond student ratings: peer observation of classroom and clinical teaching.

@article{Berk2004BeyondSR,
  title={Beyond student ratings: peer observation of classroom and clinical teaching.},
  author={Ronald A. Berk and Phyllis Luers Naumann and Susan E Appling},
  journal={International journal of nursing education scholarship},
  year={2004},
  volume={1},
  pages={Article10}
}
Peer observation of classroom and clinical teaching has received increased attention over the past decade in schools of nursing to augment student ratings of teaching effectiveness. One essential ingredient is the scale used to evaluate performance. A five-step systematic procedure for adapting, writing, and building any peer observation scale is described. The differences between the development of a classroom observation scale and an appraisal scale to observe clinical instructors are… CONTINUE READING

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