Through the Graduate Formative Peer Review program we offer Formative Peer Review of Teaching (PRT) and Formative Peer Review of Presentations (PRP) services for Graduate Students at UBC.
Formative Peer Review of Teaching (PRT)
For a PRT process, peers may evaluate the following elements of teaching:
- Classroom/lab teaching; Tutorials
- Teaching materials (i.e. syllabi, lesson plans, assignments)
- Feedback on student work
- Written statement of teaching philosophy
- Self-assessment documentation such as a teaching portfolio
- Comments from faculty member/supervisor
- Comments from supervisees/mentees
Ideally, the peer review of teaching is a critically reflective and collaborative process in which the person under review works closely with his/her peer or group of peers to discuss his or her teaching.
Formative Peer Review of Presentations (PRP)
For a PRP process, peers may evaluate:
- Classroom presentations
- Conference presentations
- Thesis/dissertation defense presentations
For information about Formative Peer Review of Teaching for Faculty, click here.
For information about the UBC Peer Review of Teaching Initiative, click here.