Content/Organization – Introduction, Overview, Statement of Purpose, Sequence of Presentation Logical
Interaction – Encouraged and Addressed Student Questions, Gained and Maintained Student Attention and Rapport, Responded to Nonverbal Cues
Presentation – Projected Voice, Good Eye Contact and Gestures, Appropriately Paced, Defined and Explained Terms, Confident and Enthusiastic
Instructional Materials – Handouts (Print and Electronic) Clear and Well-Organized (PowerPoint, LibGuides, etc.)
Questions -- What were the instructor's major strengths, as demonstrated in this observation?
What suggestions do you have for improving upon this instructor's skills?
Key Links from Samson, S., & McCrea, D. (2008).
Using peer review to foster good teaching. Reference Services Review, 36(1), 61-70.
The Kansas University Libraries
Peer Review at KU Libraries
University Libraries of Notre Dame
Peer Teaching Resource Materials
Syracuse University Library
Peer Coaching at SUL: Information and Guidelines for Participation