Developing peer review of teaching in blended learning environments: Frameworks and challenges

Deakin University
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Hello! Where are you in the landscape of educational technology? Proceedings ascilite Melbourne 2008, 2008, pp. 622 - 627
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The growth of blended learning environments in higher education has emphasised the need for better ways of describing and recognising good teaching that promotes student learning in these environments. Although the affordances of e-learning technologies have long been discussed, there has been little emphasis on developing systematic processes for recognition of good teaching in blended learning environments and developmental feedback for academics. This paper reports on work in progress on a two year ALTC project in which teams across the ATN universities are developing a scholarly framework and a sustainable process for peer reviews through a co-productive, action research approach.
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