A OVERVIEW OF Peer Observation
Creating a powerful learning environment is a challenging proposition for a lecturer. In addition to knowing and delivering the materials, the lecturer must be proficient in both class management, and social techniques. Willerman (1991) suggests that there is a need for a method that will accomplish improvements in these techniques in a fashion that does not threaten self-esteem. The peer observation of teaching methods is known as a way in which the effectiveness of teaching..
Why are Professional Standards Important?
Keywords: teacher professionalism, professionalism in education
To start this report I would like to explain the importance of professional standards. Based on the LLUK (no date) the professional standards have a purpose. These standards are for all those educators who work within the lifelong learning sector which describe the skills, knowledge and attributes required for many who are in teaching and training roles.
Professionalism in a teacher..