The Office of the PVCE will continue to support academics who register for Summative Peer Review of Teaching.
However, UNSW’s encouragement to work and teach remotely will affect our ability to find and allocate suitable reviewers.
We will consider every registration for Summative Peer Review on a case by case basis and work with individual reviewees to find solutions. To discuss your options, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. We will respond to your enquiry as soon as possible.
Summative Peer Review of Teaching allows teaching staff who apply for academic promotion or UNSW Awards for Teaching (Excellent Teachers) to provide direct evidence of their teaching practice to their respective committees.
All teaching will be reviewed against a minimum of 6 Dimensions of Teaching chosen by the applicant.
Before registering for Summative Peer Review of Teaching
- familiarise yourself with the information on this website
- register for an information session
- refer to the Summative Peer Review of Teaching Guidelines
- contact email@example.com to clarify any questions you may still have
To register for Summative Peer Review of Teaching
Many faculties offer Formative Peer Review schemes intended to develop and improve teaching practice. If you would like to engage in formative peer review, please refer to the contact list below.
Contacts for the formative peer review schemes are:
|Art & Design||Simon McIntyre|
|Arts and Social Sciences||https://unsw.sharepoint.com/sites/ASSembly/faculty-resources/learning-teaching/peer-review (login required)|
|Built Environment||FBE.ADE.OFFICE@unsw.edu.au||https://intranet.be.unsw.edu.au/staff/formative-peer-review-teaching-process (login required)|
|Engineering||Alex Bannigan||Peer Observation of Teaching intranet site (login required)|
|Medicine||Chinthaka Balasooriya (cc: Julie Crowley)||Formative Peer Review of Teaching Website|
|UNSW Business School||Zhila Bahman||https://unsw.sharepoint.com/sites/Connect/Teams/Education/Pages/Peer-Support-of-Teaching.aspx (login required)|
|UNSW Canberra @ ADFA||Dijana Townsend||
|UNSW Law||Marina Nehme|