In Praise of Peer Observation of Teaching:
Inter-disciplinary Reflections from Early Career Lecturers.
This paper presents a set of reflections from a peer observation of teaching programme undertaken at the University of Limerick, Ireland in 2020 across four different disciplines within the University. The four lecturers (in electronic engineering, economics, history and law) took part in a reciprocal peer observation of teaching process, observing and reviewing each other’s classes and in turn being observed and reviewed. The positive conclusions drawn from this study will encourage other early career teachers to adopt a similar teaching observation system across disciplines in other higher-level education institutes.
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