Peer Observation Form

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Peer Observation Form

  1. 1. Peer Observation Checklist Faculty member being observed Course Observer Date Observed? Comments Instructor clearly communicates Yes the purpose of class session and No instructional activities. Instructor uses concrete Yes examples and illustrations that No clarify the material. Instructor uses a variety of Yes activities to ensure all students No are engaged. Yes Instructor challenges students to think analytically. No Instructor uses activities in class Yes to determine whether students No understand course material. Yes Instructor fosters student-to- student interaction. No Instructor links new material to Yes previously learned concepts. No Instructor uses visuals and Yes handouts where appropriate to accompany verbal presentation. No Instructor requires students to be active (e.g., completing a task, Yes applying concepts, or engaging in discussion instead of passively No listening).
  2. 2. Yes Students are comfortable asking questions. No Yes Students actively participate in class activities and discussion. No Students are able to connect Yes course material to other No relevant topics. Additional Comments/Observations:

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