Peer observation and review of teaching in College Higher Education
AffiliationUniversity of Chester ; University of Bedfordshire
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AbstractThis book chapter discusses how peer observation of teaching (POT) has become established practice in higher education (HE). It focuses on data generated from a small scale study of the nature and use of POT within an HE in FE context and argues that using a developmental, peer approach (as opposed to one focussed upon Ofsted grading criteria) is a cornerstone of higher education and needs to be embedded into HE in FE in order to develop an genuine and collegial HE culture within a further education college.
CitationIn J. Lea (Ed.), Supporting higher education in college settings (pp. 21-25). London: Staff and Educational Development Association
DescriptionThis is the authors' PDF version of an article published in Peer observation and review of teaching in College Higher Education published by SEDA© 2014.
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