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Peer review of teaching : lessons from and for departments of sociology

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

The American Sociological Association career publications series, American Sociological Association, Washington, DC, p.227 (2011)

Call Number:

Cubb LB2333 .P44 2011

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/9717200

Keywords:

College teachers--Rating of, Peer review

Abstract:

Contents: Foreward and acknowledgements -- The context for peer review. -- The peer review of teaching, Theodore C. Wagenaar. -- Rewarding teaching: lessons from the faucutly roles and rewards movement, Vaneeta-marie D'Andrea. -- Making public teaching, Beth Rushing. -- Modes of peer review. -- The teaching portfolio, Theodore C. Wagenaar. -- The use of teaching circles, Caro Baily and Thomas L. Van Valey. -- The use of student interviews in the review of teaching, John DeLamater and Thomas L. Van Valey. -- Designing a peer observation instrument, Vaneeta-marie D'Andrea. -- Prepareing, identifying, and using peers. -- Preparing graduate students for teaching as peers, Brent Burton and Thomas L. Van Valey. -- The peer review of teaching in post tenure review, Maxine P. Atkinson and Andrea N. Hunt. -- Some ethical issues in the peer review of teaching, Thomas L. Van Valey. -- Implementation strategies. -- Ways to start the peer review conversation within a department, Edward L. Kain. -- Peer review: the role of the department chair, J. Michael Brooks. -- The pedagogical colloquium, Carla Howery. -- Resources. -- Bibliography on the peer review of teaching, Carla Howery.

Publication Language:

eng