Peer partnerships

RMIT Peer Partnerships is sustainable, school-based professional development involving peer observation of teaching.

Photograph of Rebekha Naim and Shayna Quinn discussing peer partnerships

Rebekha Naim and Shayna Quinn discuss peer partnerships.

RMIT Peer Partnerships involves peer observation of teaching. Peer feedback on teaching is now part of RMIT University’s strategic vision for the professional development of teaching staff. Peer feedback at RMIT has two separate but complementary components that serve different purposes. They are Peer Partnerships and Peer Review.

This section focuses on Peer Partnerships and provides information and resources to support the implementation of Peer Partnerships in schools. If you participate in Peer Partnerships you will learn about teaching and work towards enhancing the quality of your teaching practice.

Research on RMIT Peer Partnerships shows that participation builds relationships, enhances confidence, and can impact positively on student perceptions of teaching.

Peer Partnerships handbook

Peer partnerships participant handbook

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