Join us for a virtual coffee chat to contribute thoughts and ideas on the development of a peer (not student) measure of teaching effectiveness that is built from the ground up, based on instructors’ experiences with online instruction over the past two experimental years. 

Discussion responses  will be combined with the collected expertise in current best practices in pedagogy to create a pilot peer evaluation form for online courses at UCR.

About the project:

There has been much welcome discussion recently regarding changing student evaluations of teaching. This is especially needed here at UCR where evaluation questions have not changed since 2006 (over fifteen years). The need for useful instructional feedback has particularly increased in our recent, changing times. Three Teaching Professors across disciplines (Annie Ditta–Psychology, Annika Speer–Theatre, Film, & Digital Production, and Cathy Lussier–School of Education) seek to contribute to this discussion in terms of developing measures of teaching effectiveness for online courses.  

Sponsored by the Keep Calm and Carry On...Line project at the Center for Ideas and Society.


If you are unable to attend synchronously but would still like to contribute, please send submit input on the four discussion questions via the Qualtrics survey below. 

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Event Details

  • Anh Pham
  • Julie Cline
  • Dylan Rodriguez
  • Center for Ideas and Society

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