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"Turning Active Learning into Active Feedback", Introductory Guide from Active Feedback Toolkit, Adam Smith Business School

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posted on 2022-06-01, 08:50 authored by David NicolDavid Nicol

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  


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