At the pre-observation meeting, this is the opportunity for the librarian being observed to discuss the following with their peer reviewer.
During the observation, the peer reviewer should do the following:
In addition to the able, the observer should also note the following:
During the observation, the peer-reviewer should be on time and sit out of the way. They should use the observation form to take notes and the check list from the pre-observation meeting to make sure to focus on the librarians objectives.
Shortly after the observed session, the librarian and peer reviewer should schedule a follow up meeting for an informal assessment of the orientation. This meeting is a time of conversation and reflection. Topics to be covered in the post-observation meeting include (but are not limited to) the following:
After the post-observation meeting, the teaching librarian might set a personal goal of changing/enhancing their instruction based on the feedback they received. This information may be included in their annual review goals/objectives.