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Enhancing teaching outcomes within the Australian higher education sector through the peer review of teaching

A Johnston

Australian Association of Research in Education | Published : 2018

Abstract

Emerging evidence suggests that peer mentoring through the process of peer review of teaching (PRT) - a professional development approach involving the collaborative process of teaching colleagues providing feedback on each other’s teaching practice (Beaton, 2017; Bell & Mladenovic, 2015; Calma & Eggins, 2012; De Rijdt, Stes, Van der Vleuten, & Dochy, 2013; Dotger, 2011; Georgiou, Sharma & Ling, 2018) - may be important towards achieving teaching quality indicators across the Australian higher education (HE) sector (Harris, Farrell, Bell, Devlin, & James, 2008). As a measure to indicate quality of teaching, the PRT process can contribute to formal evaluation and recognition of teaching perf..

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