You receive feedback on one of your courses.
In a teaching consultation, you invite an experienced expert in higher education pedagogy from the ProLehre team to attend one of your courses and provide feedback afterward:
- Choose a suitable lecture and register it with us: Email us one to three possible dates on which we can visit you. Your department liaison will then arrange a suitable date with you.
- You hold the course, we watch: We come to you on the agreed date and observe your course (usually we sit in the last row).
- After the course, we give you feedback: We reflect with you on the course, share our assessment of what went well, give you tips, and show you alternatives and fresh ideas.
A teaching consultation with 4 study units (AE) is a component of the Advanced Level Certificate.
You give feedback on a colleague’s course.
During a peer observation (sometimes also called "peer coaching"), you attend the course of a colleague (with their consent) and give feedback.
- Find a colleague who has the time and desire to receive feedback from you: You can visit colleagues from your department or someone you have met in a ProLehre course. You can attend a lecture, exercise, seminar, or similar course. Your colleague does not enter into any obligations. They only have to have time and desire to listen to your feedback.
- Give your colleague feedback on their course: Refer to areas of teaching and learning—for example, content, flow and structure, choice of media, visualization, interaction with students, body language, voice and language, learning atmosphere, etc.
- Document the peer observation: Fill out our guide or write a short report (1–2 pages) describing the event, its sequence, and your feedback, and send the guide or report to ProLehre and the participating instructor.
A total of 4 hours of peer observation is a component of the Advanced Level Certificate.