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Collected Essays on Learning and Teaching, v1 p99-103 2008

This essay describes the administration of peer observation programs with a focus on supporting scholarly teaching. The factors found to be influential in designing these programs are emphasized in an attempt to provide a framework on which others may build their own variations of a self-study group.

Descriptors: Observation, Self Evaluation (Individuals), Workshops, Teacher Collaboration, Peer Evaluation, Undergraduate Students, College Faculty, Meetings, Confidentiality, Group Discussion, Graduate Students, Foreign Countries

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Author: Berry, Dave

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