Title

Guns and Roses: Educating Educators through Peer Coaching Programme (B)

Publication Type

Case

Year Completed

6-2014

Abstract

This case is a two-part series on conflicting pedagogical philosophies, the impact of student appraisals on teaching styles and the value of Peer Coaching Programmes for faculty.

In Case B, Nelson reflects/elaborates on his peer coaching experience and how his thought process evolved through the course of the coaching programme. He also discusses some of the changes he made in his course outline and instructional strategy, and reveals how he had refined his teaching philosophy.

This case is highly suitable for faculty development and executive education courses. Through the case, participants will determine the effectiveness of different pedagogical philosophies and discuss how a faculty can best balance one’s own teaching philosophy with the students’ approach to learning. Participants will also understand the value and importance of Peer Coaching Programmes for faculty.

Keyword(s)

Faculty development, Peer coaching, Training, Teaching Excellence, Higher Education, Teaching philosophy, Pedagogical philosophy, Singapore

Discipline

Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research | Educational Methods

Research Areas

Macroeconomics; Corporate Communication

Data Source

Field Research

Industry

Higher Education

Temporal Coverage

2008-2009

Education Level

Executive Education; Postgraduate

Publisher

Singapore Management University

Case ID

SMU-14-0011B

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