The new edition of this bestselling book builds on the author's
extensive administrative and consulting experience as well as
scholarship on faculty rewards. It includes additional discussion
of important foundational issues as well as practical forms and
ideas gleaned from disciplinary groups and campuses throughout the
nation. Like the first edition of Peer Review of Teaching, this new
edition is offered in the hope that providing examples and
suggestions will not reduce the important work of peer review to
mere forms or rigid procedures, but will empower faculty to
articulate criteria and standards, perform the reviews
systematically and thoughtfully, and realize that engaging in peer
review is an approachable and worthwhile professional task. Updated
to reflect the emphasis on student learning as the ultimate goal of
college teaching, it incorporates new ideas and references from the
literature. The most notable change in this edition is a discussion
of peer review within special contexts for teaching, such as
clinics, studios, and practice settings. The turn to active
engagement in learning has also led to increased use of
problem-based learning, the case study method, and other approaches
that traditional forms for peer review do not address. Similarly,
the explosion of the use of instructional technology calls for an
articulation of new approaches to evaluating web-based instruction.
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