"Developing Your Skills as a Peer Reviewer of Teaching: Introductory Workshop - September 26 2017" is currently sold out.
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The formative peer review of teaching is a process designed to provide feedback to instructors about their teaching. It is an opportunity for all involved to engage in collegial conversations about teaching and student learning.
Please join us for this experiential workshop suitable for reviewers and reviewees in the peer review of teaching. The peer review of teaching process introduced in this workshop is intended primarily as a form of formative (and developmental) feedback.
By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
- Describe the peer review of teaching process
- Provide constructive feedback for the person being reviewed
- Conduct appropriate pre- and post-observation meetings
- Respond to various peer review situations
- there will be approximately 30-40 minutes of pre-work to do on your own prior to the workshop (details will be sent two weeks in advance).
- a minimum of 10 participants is needed to run this session; please register before September 11, 2017, so we can confirm the session date/time.
Isabeau Iqbal: At CTLT, Isabeau is involved with various formative peer review of teaching initiatives, consults with instructors on teaching and learning matters, and facilitates processes and workshops designed to improve teaching and student learning in higher education. In addition, Isabeau conducts Small Group Instructional Feedback and works with instructors who are developing their teaching portfolios. Isabeau holds a PhD in Education from UBC.
Shaya Golparian: At CTLT, Shaya is involved with various teaching development initiatives and programs, including the Formative Graduate Peer Review of Teaching Program, Peer Review of Presentations Program, and Instructional Skills Workshops. Shaya also consults with departments to plan, design, deliver and evaluate department-specific teaching skills development for their teaching assistants. Shaya holds a PhD in Curriculum and Pedagogy from UBC.