Summative Peer Review of Teaching is an optional process for teaching staff to provide direct evidence of their teaching practice as part of promotion applications. Teaching will be reviewed against six evidence-based principles.
Before registering for Summative Peer Review of Teaching
- familiarise yourself with the information on this website
- refer to the Summative Peer Review of Teaching Guidelines
To register for Summative Peer Review of Teaching
Please submit an application through the Summative Peer Review Portal. These should be submitted at least six weeks before the teaching session to be reviewed.
To be a reviewer you must be recommended by your Faculty's Associate Dean of Education (or equivalent). For details on upcoming workshops, please contact [email protected]
Formative Peer Review of Teaching
Many faculties also offer Formative Peer Review schemes intended to develop and improve teaching practice. If you would like to engage in formative peer review, please refer to the contact list below.
Contacts for the formative peer review schemes are:
|Arts, Design & Architecture||
Jae Jung (Arts and Social Sciences)
[email protected] (Built Environment)
|Engineering||Will Armour||Peer Knowledge Exchange (Login required)|
|UNSW Medicine & Health||Chinthaka Balasooriya||Formative Peer Review of Teaching Website|
|UNSW Business School||Zhila Bahman||https://unsw.sharepoint.com/sites/Connect/Teams/Education/Pages/Peer-Support-of-Teaching.aspx (login required)|
|UNSW Canberra @ ADFA||Dijana Townsend||
|Law & Justice||James Metzger|