The Center for Teaching & Learning supports departments and programs that are interested in improving teaching evaluation practices through consultations and the resources below. 

Many units on the CU Boulder campus have worked to better align their teaching evaluation practices with scholarship on teaching evaluation by a) examining and identifying gaps in their current teaching evaluation practices, b) creating or adapting tools to systematically assess teaching quality and ensure their teaching evaluation practices include three key voices (student, peer, and self), and c) updating policies and procedures for implementing these tools (in many cases with support from the Teaching Quality Framework (TQF) Initiative or the A&S Quality Teaching Initiative).

Here we have compiled a variety of examples across four categories of teaching evaluation tools: departmental frameworks, student voice measures, peer voice measures, and self-voice measures. Throughout the resources below, pdf links open in a new window and docx links download an editable copy.