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Does Anonymous Peer Feedback Improve Individual and Collective Learning? Evidence From A Peer Learning Pedagogical Experiment
The peer learning experiment aims to help faculty to design peer learning component that integrates learning from anonymous peer feedback on individual case analysis through a learning management system and learning from face-to-face team case analysis conducted in a proctored setting. The treatment group output (353 students) was compared with control group output (124 students) which did not receive anonymous peer feedback but only analyzed the case in a proctored face-to-face team setting. The results show that anonymous peer feedback not only reduces free raider behavior among students but also has a significant impact on individual and collective learning.