Peer review @ Charles Sturt

Peer review @ Charles Sturt is a collegial and constructive process which supports educators to reflect on and evidence their teaching practice (including all aspects of direct teaching, Higher Degree by Research supervision, Work Integrated Learning supervision, and educational leadership). Getting involved as a CS Peer Reviewer is a very rewarding experience, great demonstration of academic citizenship, and opportunity to further develop ones’ evaluative judgement about what constitutes good teaching practice. CS Peer reviewers must have at least three years of experience in Higher Education teaching, be available for approximately 1.5 – 2 hours for each review (maximum of 2) and able to complete their peer review reports by the 26 July 2024.

The Charles Sturt Teaching Academy is inviting all eligible staff to participate in the 2024 Peer review scheme, by completing the Peer Reviewer EOI form AND registering to attend a training session.

Training for existing peer reviews

Training for new Peer reviewers

For more information: visit our Peer Review webpage and /or contact Register for a training session at: