This toolkit from the Australian National University (ANU) provides a range of resources that demonstrate the use of both peer review and self evaluation in order to develop reflective practice in teachers. While the focus of the toolkit is on teachers, the lessons learned from these modules can easily be adapted for any setting.
"The dominant hope is that individuals, groups and even whole departments will explore the evaluation methods in these booklets, will identify the ones they’re comfortable with, will tailor them to their needs, and weave them into a personal or a collective tradition of evaluation practices. The department that has such a tradition will have an almost unbeatable quality assurance mechanism in place and will be very well placed to describe the ways in which it monitors, maintains and improves the quality of its teaching." (Åkerlind & Pettigrove, 1996)
Åkerlind, G. S., & Pettigrove, M. G. The Australian National University, Centre for Educational Development and Academic Methods (CEDAM). (1996). Peer review and self-evaluation. Retrieved from website: http://chelt.anu.edu.au/sites/default/files/toolkitv2_peer_self.pdf