Panel Session: Approaches to Peer Observation

The webinar recording is available to Navitas staff only. To watch the full webinar and discussion, follow this link to Yammer.

What is peer observation?
Peer observation is usually between two teachers, where they agree to observe each other and provide constructive feedback on their approaches. It is a ‘curriculum conversation’ that can help encourage the sharing of teaching ideas and reflection on ways to improve our teaching practice. In this webinar recording, you will hear from some different learning and teaching contexts at Navitas, and hear more about the implementation and delivery of this important aspect of teacher professional development.

Jon Hvaal facilitated a Q&A discussion with Meredith Lade (ATTC), Clare McGrath (ATTC) and Perry Horner (SAE)  around peer observation, drawing on the Australian TESOL Training Centre’s experience in developmental peer observation and SAE’s recent work around improvements in the quality of their teaching and learning.

Short taster videos

Video 1 – Clare McGrath & Meredith Lade talks Peer Observation in ATTC

Video 2 – Perry Horner talks Observation in SAE with a view to encouraging Peer Observation in future

See below to view the slides from the presentation:

For more information email or better still, join in the conversation in the ‘Peer Observation in Navitas‘ Yammer group. Please include #peerobservation in your posts to help others find and follow the conversation.