Elective, confidential classroom observations can help both experienced and new faculty members build the skills necessary for productive, well-received pedagogy, especially in the arena of active learning. This service may assist those faculty members to improve teacher evaluation results.
Many faculty members request confidential classroom observation, formative assessment, and subsequent consultation. The typical procedure for this service is:
Teaching and learning data in the classroom may also be gathered by the use of a Small Group Evaluation:
A less intrusive method to gather data on your teaching and learning is to check out a video camera from the Center for Instruction & Research Technology and record your teaching in class. Videotaping your class is an invaluable way to see what your teaching looks like to your students. You may find that watching the tape gives you an ideal opportunity to analyze your teaching and decide whether you want to make any changes.
Online faculty members may gather data on teaching and learning in the online environment by self-assessing or peer-assessing a course using various checklists.
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