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					                                                                                 Centre for Lifelong Learning
                                                                                          University of Essex

                       Peer Observation - Pilot Project Feedback Form

Name*

Subject area

Date of being observed

Date of being observer


* This form will be anonymised before anyone outside the Centre for Lifelong Learning sees it, or any summary based
on its content.



Had you taken part in any similar form of developmental observation before? If so please give
very brief details.




How many years have you been teaching with the University of Essex?                       _________

Do you teach for any other organisations?            Yes / No

If so, please indicate the type of organisation (e.g. WEA, other university, Further Education)




What frequency of contact do you normally have with any other tutors from the Centre?

never              once a year           once a term           once a month              each week in term 


Where do you meet other tutors? (tick all that apply)

At place of teaching             At training days            At the Centre on non-teaching occasions 


Are you ever in contact with other tutors in the same subject area as yours? Yes / No
If so, is this contact regular? Yes / No


How important do you consider contact with other tutors is to your teaching?

Very important                       Useful                      Enjoyable but not useful 


How far did the opportunity to have contact with another tutor influence your decision to take part
in this pilot project?
Main reason           Contributed to decision         No relevance to decision           


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                                                                     Centre for Lifelong Learning
                                                                              University of Essex
Did you attend the training day in September at which this project was introduced? Yes / No

Please give your comments on the day and to what extent it adequately introduced the purpose and
process of peer observation.




Do you have any suggestions about changes or additions that could improve an introduction to
peer observation?




Reviewing the information and forms sent out to you from the Centre:
How useful did the documentation prove to be?




Are there any improvements or additions you would like to suggest?




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                                                                      Centre for Lifelong Learning
                                                                               University of Essex
Please reflect on the pre-observation meeting and comment on its importance to you in the
process of peer observation.




How important do you think a face-to-face pre-observation meeting is in the process?

Essential           Important          Useful but not necessary    A waste of time 

Reflecting on your experience of being observed, do you have any suggestions of good practice,
aspects that worked well, or problems that need to be addressed that could be included in future
training or the information sent out?




Reflecting on your experience of observing, do you have any suggestions of good practice, or
aspects that worked well, or problems that need to be addressed that could be included in future
training or the information sent out?




Reflecting on the feedback session(s) what would you say was the main benefit you experienced:

a)       from the feedback on your teaching




b)       from giving feedback on another's teaching




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                                                                           Centre for Lifelong Learning
                                                                                    University of Essex

Sharing good practice
Were there any aspects of the teaching/learning that you and your paired tutor will feed back to the
Centre?
You need not specify what they were unless you wish to; the question is aimed at eliciting whether or not
there could be benefits to the wider panel of tutors from the peer observation process.




How would you rate your experience of the process overall?

(5 = very positive < > 1= negative)                                    1    2    3    4    5

(5 = very helpful < > 1 = didn't gain anything)                        1    2    3    4    5

(5 = well worth the time < > 1 = not worth the time)                   1    2    3    4    5

(5 = more useful than expected < > 1 = less useful                     1    2    3    4    5
than expected)

(5 = would strongly recommend to other tutors < >                      1    2    3    4    5
1 = would advise other tutors against taking part)

(5 = want to take part again < > 1 = would not take                    1    2    3    4    5
part again)

Future participation

I would take part in future peer observations if I was paid for my time and travel         Yes/No

I would take part in future peer observations if I was paid for my travel only             Yes/No

I would take part in future peer observations if I was not paid for my time or travel Yes/No

If you have any other comments please make them below.




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