Beyond the Periphery: Towards the Peer Review of Online Teaching
InSITE 2016 • 2016 • pp. 033-039
In this paper I examine both philosophical and operational aspects of cultivating a peer review of teaching process that embraces online learning as an integral, unique part of university teaching and learning endeavors. Reflecting on my own experiences as both a candidate and reviewer, my analysis seeks to disrupts presumptions about observation, interaction, teaching and assessment, which are experienced substantively differently in online than in face-to-face classes. A protocol for reviewing peers’ online teaching is also proposed.
online learning, peer review, evaluation of teaching, quality
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