Compete With Yourself (CWY): Maximising Learning Gain in Schools

@inproceedings{Gandhi2017CompeteWY,
  title={Compete With Yourself (CWY): Maximising Learning Gain in Schools},
  author={Sunita Gandhi},
  year={2017}
}
Compete With Yourself (CWY) is an approach to learning organised around the individual school pupil and based on the principle of ipsative assessment. A pre-test goes beyond diagnosis to provide three-band personal reports that avoid relative comparison, reinforce self-knowledge and promote self-learning. Transparent and achievable goals are met with the help of personal work plans and a personal selection of small concept-based, skill-level, instructional units that can be technology supported… 

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