Enhancing L&T: Introduction to peer enhancement

The purpose of this one-hour online module and three-hour interactive workshop is to support effective use of Federation University Australia’s Peer Enhancement of Learning and Teaching Procedure – Model 1: Peer Enhancement of Learning and Teaching, and other models of peer review and peer enhancement.

Workshop

This three (3) hour interactive workshop is designed to support those staff who undertake a review role in supporting fellow teaching staff in developing and enhancing quality teaching practices.

On completion of the interactive workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Articulate the role peer enhancement has in developing quality learning and teaching practices
  • Formulate the use of a peer enhancement process to create continuous professional development opportunities for teaching staff
  • Illustrate the effective use of tools available to conduct positive and professional review experiences
  • Demonstrate the skills required to give and receive appropriate, respectful feedback for both parties

Workshop Dates

Mt Helen: Friday 27 October 2017, 9:30am – 1:00pm B014
Gippsland: Tuesday 31 October 2017, 9:30am – 1:00pm 2S217

Workshop Registration

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Self-paced online resource

This one (1) hour self-paced, online unit is designed to support all academic teaching staff in establishing foundational knowledge of how a peer review process can be a positive experience for both parties in enhancing the quality of learning and teaching practices.

On completion of the online materials>, participants will be able to:

  • Examine the role peer enhancement has in developing quality student-centred learning opportunities, and building a collegial academic culture across disciplines, schools and faculties.
  • Identify the key elements of the University’s Peer Enhancement of Learning and Teaching Procedure and its application to achieve effective learning and teaching practices
  • Appreciate the sensitive nature of giving and receiving peer feedback on teaching practices

This course can be accessed by any staff, at any time by self-enrolment in Fed Staff – Learning and Teaching Fundamentals – PD with the password: pd


Further information

  • Faculty – Contact your Faculty Associate Dean of Learning & Teaching.
  • Online resources and workshop – Contact Tulsa Andrews, Manager – Academic Futures, CLIPP on t.andrews@federation.edu or ph: (03) 5327 9654.