Peer Teaching Observation Definition: a form of peer review in which one instructor observes another instructor and provides feedback on his/her teaching.
Why participate in peer observation?
- Offers additional tool for evaluating teaching effectiveness beside traditionally used end of course surveys.
- Opportunity to create a safe environment to discuss teaching among faculty members.
- A professional development opportunity for all participants.
Rubric: Northeastern University Department of Pharmacy - Peer Observation Evaluation Tool
To request a peer observation session, please contact Dr. Huda Sarraj at hsarraj [at] uh.edu (hsarraj[at]uh[dot]edu)