Peer Evaluation of Teaching

Submitted by rfollman on Thu, 03/25/2021 - 10:06

It is the Chair’s responsibility to ensure the conduct of regular and systematic peer evaluation of teaching for every candidate. It is recommended that peer evaluations of the candidate’s teaching be conducted at regular intervals (e.g., annually, every two years) by tenured faculty members. Peer evaluation should proceed according to a rubric established at the Unit level that is common to all candidates for promotion and to all evaluators (see Peer Evaluation guidance from TLTC). These periodic reports should be made available to the candidate, and any response by candidates should be filed in the Chair’s office for inclusion in the APT dossier. Evaluations done only in the months preceding review tend not to be given much credence by higher levels in the review process.

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