I myself believe in peer observation and I suggest this for teacher of English Language to take the step further for implementing PO in our institutes if we actually seek real PD. We either forget or neglect the salience peer observation. But let me briefly tell you the following: 40% of colleges and universities now use peer classroom observations. Peer observations offer insight regarding the improvement of teaching. Higher education settings are currently moving toward multiple observation formats. There are some of the strengths for utilizing peer observations: Teachers gain new ideas and perspectives about teaching from colleague(s); and both observer and observe may improve teaching abilities. On the other hand, there are some weaknesses of peer observations: Possible bias relating to the observer’s own beliefs about teaching; without a systematic approach–including observer training, multiple visits, and use of reliable observation instruments–peer observation is not a valid method for summative evaluation.
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