If you would like to work with a colleague to enhance your teaching practice, you will definitely want to register and come along to the Peer Enhancement of Teaching (PET) Information Session on Tuesday 17 July from 11.00 am – 12.00 pm to find out more about taking part in the PET process in Trimester 2, 2018. These information sessions will be video conferenced between the Gold Coast and Nathan campuses.


What is Peer Enhancement of Teaching?

Peer Enhancement of Teaching is a confidential process designed to assist you in the development of your teaching.

When you participate in Peer Enhancement of Teaching, your teaching will be observed by two observers on two occasions, with feedback provided immediately after the observation and a written report provided at the end of the process. Your students’ feedback is also sought.

Feedback from staff who have participated in this process has been very positive.


We recommended attending the information session to gain a fuller understanding of the process, however, we understand that staff can’t always make it to these sessions. If you aren’t able to attend you are welcome to find out more about Peer Enhancement of Teaching via the website and to register your interest via the online form.

You might also be interested in participating in the Peer Assisted Course Enhancement Scheme to collaborate with a colleague to reinvigorate your course in Trimester 2, 2018.

If you have any questions about the Peer Enhancement of Teaching and Learning (PETAL) processes available at Griffith, please get in touch with the PETAL coordinator, Kirsty Mallitt.