Peer review of teaching involves academic colleagues giving and receiving feedback on their teaching and its effectiveness in promoting student learning. It can be used alongside student feedback, through surveys and evaluations, to provide alternative insights to help with teaching and professional development.

Your influence on student learning may occur in lectures, tutorials, clinical workshops and laboratories and through the resources and assessment events that you provide. Not only face-to-face teaching but also online teaching, teaching resources and assessments are suitable for peer review.

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