Effective Peer Observations lead to high quality interactions and improved staff performance.
What will I learn?
Highly skilled staff are key to increasing quality in any setting, and to delivering the best possible outcomes for children. Peer observations are a valuable way to ensure quality interactions consistently take place by all members of the staff team.
They formalise observations made by peers who are working alongside one another on a day-to-day basis. Effective, well-organised and structured peer observations enable staff to gain feedback that identifies key strengths, areas for development and/or further training needs.
This guide will provide you with information about why peer observations are important. It includes step-by-step instructions and template forms so you can start implementing them right away.
Key topics & chapters:
• The importance of peer observation
• Methods of peer observation
• Seven steps to observing
• How to score the questions
• 5 peer observation templates
• Example observations
Format: A4 104 pages
Delivery: 5 working days