Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education

 

Authors

Kate Kinsella

Date of this Version

1995

Document Type

Article

Comments

To Improve the Academy, published by the Professional and Organizational

Development Network in Higher Education, volume 14, 1995.

Abstract

Peer coaching is a highly effective way to encourage professors to talk about teaching in a purposeful manner and to venture from traditional academic practices. However, peer coaching is more complex than it appears at first glance. This article provides background on the coaching process, a description of two basic peer coaching models, and guidelines for selecting and training coaches.

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