Peer Review of Teaching Protocol, University of Arizona

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Peer Reviewed ✔ | Editorial Board Score: 17/18

University of Arizona

Office of Instruction and Assessment (OIA)

Contact: Ingrid Novodvorsky (


Documentation for promotion and tenure requires a teaching portfolio and peer review evaluations. In response, the OIA developed an interactive, online protocol that can be used for peer review of teaching.

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Notes from the Teaching Evaluation Repository Editorial Board

The simple page layout and availability of guidelines and protocols for different courses make this a valuable resource for educators beyond UA!

Additional Information

Audience: Teaching center staff, Departmental leaders, Change leaders, Faculty with long-term appointments, Faculty with short-term appointments, Institution administration

Level of Intervention: Department/unit, College, Institution - administration

Resource Type: Interactive collection of materials (e.g., workbook), Website

Institution Type: Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI), R1

Scale of Change: Redesign of teaching evaluation only

Primary Teaching and Learning Context: Multiple contexts, Synchronous course delivery, Asynchronous course delivery, Face to face (f2f), Hybrid (any combination of f2f & online)

Framework Emphasis: SoTL frameworks

Tools/Materials for Evaluation: Peer observation

Processes for Revising Teaching Evaluation: Grassroots efforts, Senior-level administrative leaders

Research-Based Pedagogies: Active learning, Multiple pedagogies