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Peer Reviews

About this topic

Peer Review of Learning and Teaching (PRLT) is an annual requirement for all Cardiff University staff with significant learning and teaching duties.

A key aspect of continuing professional development, PRLT is underpinned by an ongoing cycle of learning cycle of reflection, development and enhancement. It is essential for PRLT to be recognised as a supportive process that is beneficial for reviewer and reviewee alike; with constructive dialogue providing opportunity for disseminating best practice and encouraging increased evidence based enhancements.

PRLT is intended to be a flexible process with the ability to reflect upon the full range of learning and teaching activities. This includes:

  • Classroom observation;
  • Development of assessment criteria;
  • Design of inclusive curricula;
  • Providing effective feedback;
  • Etc.

This section offers a selection of resources to support peer review activity, in addition to examples of how various models have been implemented both within Cardiff University and across other institutions.


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