Peer-Supported Review

  • Are you exploring new ways to engage students in your teaching/supporting learning lectures/workshops/seminars/demonstrations?
  • Are you struggling with issues around student engagement?
  • Would you find it useful to have a discussion with a colleague about ways to improve this, perhaps by them observing you in action with your students?
  • Are you considering how you could make adjustments in your teaching/supporting learning to become more inclusive?

UCA’s Peer Supported Review (P-SR) scheme is a way of developing your teaching/supporting learning practice through a peer to peer discussion and self-reflection.

P-SR form and learning guides to help you do a peer-supported review:

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Useful guidanceVideo and guidance on peer-supported review


Examples of PSR conversations

PSR example 1 conversation
PSR example 2 conversation
PSR example 3 conversation
PSR example 4 conversation
PSR example 5 conversation


For further advice on finding a reviewer, please contact Annamarie McKie, UCA Learning and Teaching Facilitator amckie@uca.ac.uk

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