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Guidelines for Evaluating Teaching

This resource, developed by the Center for Research on Learning and Teaching at the University of Michigan, provides guidelines on the evaluation of teaching. It presents principles of teaching evaluation and also provides ideas for potential sources of data. Read Guidelines for…

Center for Research on Learning and Teaching, University of Michigan

How to Evaluate Teaching (Felder & Brent, 2004)

This article, written by Felder and Brent in 2004 for Chemical Engineering Education, discusses multiple ways of gathering data (e.g., peer ratings, student ratings, teaching portfolios) to evaluate teaching.  “In short, a key to effective teaching evaluation is to collect data…

Felder and Brent, 2004, Chemical Engineering Education

A Protocol for Peer Review of Teaching

This article comes from the proceedings of the 2004 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference and Exposition. Written by Brent and Felder, it discusses a summative and formative peer review protocol implemented at North Carolina State University. The paper…

Brent and Felder, 2004, American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition

Peer Review of Teaching

This site, created by North Carolina State University, ” focuses on the Peer Review of Teaching which can be considered a component of the scholarship of teaching and part of the formative and summative evaluations of teaching.  Peer Review enhances…

Office of the Provost, North Carolina State University

Peer Review of Teaching

Faculty peer review of teaching entails the collaboration of colleagues who assist one another by developing, improving, and transforming approaches and course content through an evaluation of teaching activities. This handout from the TLCExchange is designed as a guideline to…

Wake Forest University & Cornell Center for Teaching Excellence