PEER ASSESSMENT OF TEACHING AND LEARNING ENHANCEMENT COMMITTEE
The College Peer Assessment of Teaching and Learning Enhancement Committee serves as a means for enhancement to better development of teaching and learning through the spirit of collegiality, support, and mentorship. The committee aims at creating within the college, a structured process for mentorship and peer assessment of teaching to be used as a mechanism for supporting faculty development, enhancing teaching, and learning quality.
Faculty member nominated by the College Dean
Dean, Associate Dean and Faculty Members
Term of office
Two years (Renewable)
Frequency of Meetings
Twice every semester
Decision-Making & Voting Right
The committee adopts a collaborative decision-making approach. Every member has voting rights including students. A simple majority, defined as more than 50%, is necessary for the approval of any given decision.
The committee supports and advises the College regarding policies and procedure related to teaching and learning issues including:
Developing and recommending peer assessment forms and reporting system.
Preparing and providing peer review schedule for teaching for every faculty member.
Recommending peer reviewers to the Dean of the College for each faculty member.
Holding face-to-face meetings with the faculty member after the teaching observation session.
Creating a culture at college to develop faculty members.
Recommending faculty members with outstanding teaching abilities/skills for professional development seminars or workshops (i.e. Teaching and Learning Enhancement Seminars and workshops).