Peer review of teaching in Australian higher education : a handbook to support institutions in developing and embedding effective policies and practices

@inproceedings{Harris2008PeerRO,
  title={Peer review of teaching in Australian higher education : a handbook to support institutions in developing and embedding effective policies and practices},
  author={Kerri-Lee Harris and Kelly Anne Farrell and Maureen Bell and Marcia Devlin and Richard Muhammad Johari James},
  year={2008}
}
This project aimed to encourage and support greater participation in peer review of teaching through the creation of resources to assist institutions to effectively implement policies and programs of peer review of teaching. Peer review of teaching has the potential to advance the quality of learning and teaching in higher education. Peer review capitalises on a currently underutilised resource for teaching evaluation and feedback -- the educative expertise and judgement of university teachers… CONTINUE READING

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