Monday, October 28th, 2019
3:15 PM - 4:05 PM: Concurrent Sessions
Texas 2
Sustaining Quality
Session Title
Learning from Each Other: A Peer Review Process to Evaluate and Promote Effective Online Teaching
What are the markers of quality design, presence and innovation/risk-taking when "observing" an online course? Learn how a department from one large university is addressing this question and sustaining quality through its online peer reviews.
Learning Objectives
Adapt elements of a customized QM Rubric for instructor to instructor peer reviews.
Identify ways to measure instructor presence and reward innovation/risk-taking in an online course.
Strategize ways to implement or revise online peer review processes at your institution.
Intended Participants - Role
Instructional Designers
Intended Participants - Knowledge Level
Participants new to the topic
John Haubrick, Assistant Teaching Professor, Penn State University
John is an assistant teaching professor with the Penn State Department of Statistics. His primary roles are with the design and support of the department's online courses and instructors. John also teaches online for the department. Prior to working in the STAT department, John worked at Penn State's World Campus, and started his career as a high school math teacher.