"Turning Active Learning into Active Feedback", Introductory Guide from Active Feedback Toolkit, Adam Smith Business School
Assessment Feedback Toolkit
This Guide presents an alternative conception of
feedback and a new methodology that lecturers
can use to:
• Improve students’ learning by building on their natural
inner feedback capability.
• Develop students’ ability to self-regulate their learning.
• Scale up feedback for all students without any increase
in lecturer commenting.
• Extend the feedback process to specifically develop
students’ critical and creative thinking.
• Make learning more enjoyable by varying the
information students use to generate feedback.
• Position feedback as a developmental and emotionally
positive learning process
To Cite this Guide:
Nicol, D. 2022. “Turning Active Learning into Active Feedback”, Introductory Guide from Active Feedback Toolkit, Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow. DOI: 10.25416/NTR.19929290