Using observation of teaching to improve quality

@inproceedings{McMahon2010UsingOO,
  title={Using observation of teaching to improve quality},
  author={Timothy J McMahon and Terry Barrett and Geraldine M. O’Neill},
  year={2010}
}
This paper begins by reviewing some of the different models of third-party observation of university teaching that can be found in the literature. Having analysed these, it argues that if ‘peer’ is taken to indicate equality of status only one is genuinely a model of peer-observation. It proposes an alternative categorisation of third-party observations of teaching dependant on who controls the information generated by the process. A preferred six-dimensional model based on control by the… CONTINUE READING

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