Posted on | April 13, 2010 | Comments Off
The idea of peer review for teachers, that I wrote about in United Mindworkers, and A Union of Professionals in the 1990s has now come alive again. See this recent Huffington Post piece.
First there is a new book by Jennifer Goldstein, published by Teachers College Press. It describes the work of the PAR panels in detail and takes the mystery out of the process.
Also, Susan Moore Johnson along with her students at Harvard has put up a first rate user’s guide to peer review.
For earlier work by Julia Koppich and me, please click on the Projects link at the top of this page.