Teaching Observation - Enhancing your teaching - University of Derby

Teaching Observation

Teaching Observation is an important process informing the development of teaching practice across the University.

We recognise the importance of teaching observation in the enhancement of academic practice. The University's process is therefore designed to enable all teaching staff to engage in the identification of good practice and actions capable of enhancing the student learning experience.

Forms

Looking for more help?

An overview on Teaching Observation is available for guidance.

Having problems with the forms?

We have Word versions available if you are having problems with the PDF versions above.  Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3.

What's Happening ...

Programme Performance Checks

Staff development sessions to help programme teams prepare for the new Programme Performance Checks are available at the different campus sites as listed below.

These are drop in sessions and you are asked to bring your own laptop.

4 October (Kedleston Road B117 08:30-12.30 and B105 12:15-17:30)

6 October (Britannia Mill BMLG05 & Buxton Campus DO/121b 08:30-12:30 DO/116d 12:15-17:00)

10 October (Kedleston Road S104 08:30-17:30)

11 October (Britannia Mill BM114 08:30-12:30 BM120 12:15-17:30 & Buxton Campus room DO/111a 08:30-17:30)