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Observing Teaching in Higher Education Expectations: When we visit another instructor’s class, it is important to define the purpose. Are you there for a formal evaluation or an informal visit? Are you there to help a peer with feedback? Are you there to look at a peer’s methods for your own information? Defining the purpose is an important step and will help the process be more productive

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Observing Teaching in Higher Education - Clemson University

Observing Teaching in Higher Education - Clemson University

Observing Teaching in Higher Education Expectations: When we visit another instructor’s class, it is important to define the purpose. Are you there for a formal evaluation or an informal visit? Are you there to help a peer with feedback? Are you there to look at a peer’s methods for your own information? Defining the purpose is an important step and will help the process be more productive

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Observing Teaching in Higher Education - Clemson University

Observing Teaching in Higher Education - Clemson University

Observing Teaching in Higher Education . Expectations: When we visit another instructor’s class, it’s important to define the purpose. Are you there for a formal evaluation or an informal visit? Are you there to help a peer with feedback? Are you there to look at a peer’s methods for your own information? Defining the purpose is an important step and will help the process be more ...

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