RMIT Peer Partnerships is sustainable, school-based professional development involving peer observation of teaching. The RMIT Peer Partnerships model encourages teaching staff to voluntarily take a critically reflective approach to their teaching practice for developmental purposes. Through a process of confidential peer exchange, staff can learn about teaching and/or work toward enhancing the quality of their teaching practice.
Research on RMIT Peer Partnerships shows that participation builds relationships, enhances confidence, and can impact positively on student perceptions of teaching.
If you are interested in participating in RMIT Peer Partnerships browse the following pages for more information:
Staff share their experiences of peer partnerships.
What you need to know to get started with peer partnerships.