Peer Reflective Studio 5: Developing your Teaching Dossier
In this studio about Developing Teaching Dossier, We would like to have a conversation about reflecting on one’s own teaching and the role of peer review in enriching that reflection. How do we really benefit from peer review? What forms of peer review are more helpful? How can we articulate best the effect of our experiences of peer review in our teaching dossier? And finally, I would like to discuss how we can approach teaching as a collective experience that we share not only with our students but also with our fellow teacher colleagues.
Saniya Sabzwari is an Associate Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at the Aga Khan University (AKU), Karachi. She has a Masters in Health Professions Education and is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. As an educationist, she has experience in curriculum development and assessment, program evaluation, and student/faculty engagement esp. in the undergraduate medical program. She has a keen interest in scholarship and has published several papers in medical education.
Sevgi Adak is an Associate Professor at Aga Khan University Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilisations, London, specializing in gender studies and Turkish studies. She is one of the editors of the book series, Contemporary Turkey, jointly published by I.B. Tauris and the British Institute in Ankara. She has published various journal articles and book chapters on gender, the history of feminism and women’s movements, state-society relations, and dynamics of secularism and Islamisation in Turkey. Her book, Anti-Veiling Campaigns in Turkey: State, Society, and Gender in the Early Republic, will be out in February 2022.