Peer Consultation Team
The Peer Consultation Team is an innovative program designed to provide individual, confidential consultations on teaching and learning for faculty members.
Outstanding university faculty serve as peer consultants to provide feedback and advice about the scholarship of teaching for faculty members at any career stage. A peer consultant assesses a requesting faculty member's goals and objectives for the consultation process, and then gathers and assesses data (such as student ratings, course materials, classroom observations, student interviews, videotapes of classes, teaching portfolios, and classroom assessment data). As a result of this process, the requesting faculty member develops an action plan to enhance teaching and learning in his/her courses. For more information, contact the Center for Teaching and Learning at (706) 542-1355.