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Knowledge Sharing Systems: Advantages of Public Anonymity and Private Accountability
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International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education,

Abstract

This paper explores the benefits of the design elements of public anonymity and private accountability in classroom Knowledge Sharing Systems (KSS). The major findings of this study indicate that classroom KSS have the potential to allow for greater equity of input, reduce academic anxiety, increase teachers knowledge of student understanding and improve student participation. [For complete proceedings, see ED500859.]

Citation

Davis, S. (2005). Knowledge Sharing Systems: Advantages of Public Anonymity and Private Accountability. In Proceedings of International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education 2005 (pp. 285-292). Retrieved December 14, 2019 from .

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