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Peer Review of Teaching (PROT): Participants' Questions & Comments

This guide contains resources for the Peer Review of Teaching process

Audience Responses

Here are the audience responses from the 2011 ACRL Hot To PROT workshop.

Audience Participation

Question #1--How is instruction assessed in your library?  (Share examples of how instruction is assessed at their institutions.)

Question #2--Have you used a peer-review process for assessment?  (Have audience describe their experiences.)

Question #3--Are students usually required to do any prep before your instruction sessions?

Question #4:  “What would you LIKE them to do in preparation for your classes?”

Question #5:  If you were developing an evaluative instrument, what elements would you include?

Question #6--What are possible barriers to a peer-review process?

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