You can send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have a reviewer in mind nominate them in the email.
If you do not have a reviewer in mind a Faculty Student and Staff Liaison team member will suggest a possible reviewer for you.
This Peer Review of Teaching activity is designed to provide formative support where 'critical friends' can develop a mutually beneficial relationship. The focus of the review is on learning about one's own teaching rather than on the specific content of that subject. Ideally the reviewer will be:
Additionally you may choose to broaden the discussion by inviting an educational designer to be part of the review process. This has the benefit of potentially adding alternative perspectives by peers with specific expertise in learning and teaching including suggestions around learning technologies.
Be wary of choosing someone who you consider to have a very similar teaching style to yourself this may limit discussion around new approaches and ideas. You may share common faults.
Identifying a partner for peer review may assist you in this process
Reference: Collegial feedback on teaching: A guide to peer review (2011) Centre for the Study of Higher Education
The University of Melbourne
Retrieved from https://melbourne-cshe.unimelb.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0007/2297293/Peer_review_guide_web_optimized.pdf
Peer review of teaching can be undertaken on a range of activities including face to face and online teaching, tutorials, residential sessions, clinical, laboratory and fieldwork.
If you are interested in reviewing a particular teaching activity you can discuss this with a member of the Faculty Student and Staff Liaison team. Email email@example.com and a member of the team will contact you to discuss how we can assist you.