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Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University

Abstract

This article describes the advantages of peer observations and analysis of lessons for the development of a teacher’s professional activities.

First Page

274

Last Page

277

References

1. Bell, A. &Mladenovic, R. (2008). The benefits of peer observation of teaching for tutor development. HigherEducation, 55, 735-752. 2. Bell, M. (2001). Supported reflective practice: A programme of peer observation and feedback for academic teaching development. TheInternationalJournalforAcademicDevelopment, 6(1), 29-39. 3. Bell, M. (2005). Peer observation partnerships in higher education. HigherEducationResearchandDevelopmentSocietyofAustralasiaInc., 4. Milperra, NSW. Bennett, S. &Barp, D. (2008). Peer observation – a case for doing it online. TeachinginHigherEducation, 13(5), 559-570. 5. Berg, B. L. (2007). Qualitative research methods for the social sciences, 6th edition. PearsonandAllyn&Bacon, Boston. 6. http://www.be.mq.edu.au/lt. 7. https://americanenglish.state.gov/files/ae/resource_files/peer_observation_handout.pdf

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