Currently, the Peer Enhancement of Teaching and Learning Programs are not available. Please contact Louise Maddock with any questions or queries about the programs.

Enhance your teaching practice

Peer Enhancement of Teaching (PET) enables you to collaborate with colleagues to enhance your teaching practice. The process involves two observations of teaching by two observers (one discipline observer and one teaching and learning observer) to provide you with collegial feedback and assist in the development of your teaching and enhancement of student learning.

The PET process

Register your interest

Registration is currently unavailable. Please contact Louise Maddock with any questions or queries about this program.

Feedback from Griffith educators

Read what some of Griffith’s educators have said about engaging with the Peer Enhancement of Teaching process.

"I found the experience enriching and appreciated the input from both observers. Their comments and ideas are valuable and I am applying them in my current teaching. The PET program is a great opportunity to look at my teaching practice and enhance what I do. I am pleased to be able to offer this to my colleague this trimester."

"It was actually a really good experience and I learnt a lot that I can apply to future lectures. My observers were excellent."

Find out more

Feel free to contact us if you have any questions about taking part in Peer Enhancement of Teaching