Peer partnerships

RMIT Peer Partnerships is a professional learning program for the continuous improvement of teaching practice.

Photograph of Rebekha Naim and Shayna Quinn discussing peer partnerships

Rebekha Naim and Shayna Quinn discuss peer partnerships.

RMIT Peer Partnerships is a voluntary, university-wide professional development program open to all tertiary teaching staff. It involves voluntary and reciprocal observations of teaching, formative feedback on those observations and guided professional discussions on pedagogy and teaching practice. This evidence-based program has delivered positive outcomes for participants and shows that participation builds collegial relationships, enhances confidence, and can impact positively on the quality of student perceptions of teaching.