Thursday, October 12, 2017
At Best Practices for Legal Education (Sept. 25, 2017), Professor Mary Lynch offers a thoughtful discussion of practices for peer review of teaching by fellow professors. She discusses the values of the practice, the sources of resistance, and methods of conducting a review process.
At my school, we are beginning a system of peer review of the teaching of our adjuncts—not to evaluate them but to share the lessons that we full-timers have learned about teaching.
You can read more here.