## Grades I've Given in the Past

Here's a rough breakdown of the grades I've given in the past per semester.

I've noted courses with a High B option as generally only a quarter to one-half of my students try for As in these classes, which often brings down the mean, inflates the numbers of Bs, and [usually] lessens the numbers of As. Also, I haven't included any of the grades I've given in my for-profit university classes (the grades at these schools are a completely worthless indicators of anything), online classes (in which many students don't complete, for whatever reason), nor do I list any of the grades I awarded as a computer science/technology instructor. Lastly, I haven't included grades I've given as a teaching assistant nor grades before Fall 2004 (I can't find them).

Although I put them up here for statistical accuracy, I don't give many failures since it's

(Note that the percentages are rounded to the nearest whole percentage, thus not all classes will add up to 100%.; also, I don't count in +/- modifiers since I figure the law of averages will straighten those out for me.)

I've noted courses with a High B option as generally only a quarter to one-half of my students try for As in these classes, which often brings down the mean, inflates the numbers of Bs, and [usually] lessens the numbers of As. Also, I haven't included any of the grades I've given in my for-profit university classes (the grades at these schools are a completely worthless indicators of anything), online classes (in which many students don't complete, for whatever reason), nor do I list any of the grades I awarded as a computer science/technology instructor. Lastly, I haven't included grades I've given as a teaching assistant nor grades before Fall 2004 (I can't find them).

Although I put them up here for statistical accuracy, I don't give many failures since it's

**really, really difficult to fail**one of my courses so as long as a student does the work he or she has been assigned. Most Fs are due to students who:- Didn't complete enough of the work given to them to count as a good faith effort (e.g. didn't turn in more than 50% of the homework);
- Remained on my rolls because of an improper or incomplete drop;
- Requested an incomplete but didn't complete the class before the allotted time period was up.

(Note that the percentages are rounded to the nearest whole percentage, thus not all classes will add up to 100%.; also, I don't count in +/- modifiers since I figure the law of averages will straighten those out for me.)

## Autumn 2017

History of Modern Education (N=11; Mean and Earned Mean=2.909; Notes: +/- Grade Modifier and High-B option)

- A = 10%
- B = 72%
- C = 18%

## Spring 2017

History of Modern Education (N=7; Mean and Earned Mean=3.14; Notes: +/- Grade Modifier and High-B option)

- A = 14%
- B = 86%

## Autumn 2016

History of Modern Education (N=18; Mean and Earned Mean=2.944; Notes: +/- Grade Modifier and High-B option)

- A = 22%
- B = 55%
- C = 16%
- D = 6%

## Spring 2016

History of Modern Education (N=20; Mean and Earned Mean=

**3.05**; Note: +/- Grade Modifier)- A: 15%
- B: 65%
- C: 15%
- D: 5%

## Autumn 2015

Asian American History (N=15; Mean and Earned Mean=

**2.9**; Note: +/- Grade Modifier)- A: 40%
- B: 20%
- C: 33%
- D: 10%

## Winter 2013

United States History From 1866 (N=10; Mean and Earned Mean=

**2.50**) #- A: 40%
- B: 20%
- C: 10%
- D: 10%
- F: 20% (2)

## Fall 2013

United States History to 1877 (N=27; Mean and Earned Mean=

**3.00**) *- A: 30%
- B: 48%
- C: 15%
- D: 7%

## Spring 2013

United States History From 1877 (N=23; Mean=2.61; Earned Mean=

United States History to 1877 (N=7; Mean=2.14; Earned Mean=

**3.33**) *- A: 43%
- B: 28%
- C: 7%
- D: 4%
- F: 18% (0)

United States History to 1877 (N=7; Mean=2.14; Earned Mean=

**3.00**) &- A: 29%
- B: 13%
- C: 29%
- F: 29% (0)

## Fall 2012

Manhood in America (N=27; Mean=2.67; Earned Mean=

African American History (N=14; Mean=3.29; Earned Mean=

United States History to 1877 (N=20; Mean=3.35; Earned Mean=

**3.17**; This class had a High B option)- A: 15%
- B: 59%
- C: 15%
- F: 11% (0)

African American History (N=14; Mean=3.29; Earned Mean=

**3.31**; This class had a High B option)- A: 29%
- B: 43%
- C: 21%
- F: 7% (0)

United States History to 1877 (N=20; Mean=3.35; Earned Mean=

**3.35**) *- A: 45%
- B: 25%
- C: 20%
- D: 10%

## Fall 2011

American Consumerism (N=33; Mean=2.87; Earned Mean=

**2.98**; This class had a High B option)- A: 21%
- B: 55%
- C: 17%
- D: 3%
- F: 3% (0)

## Spring 2011

History of Childhood and Adolescence in America (Mean and Earned Mean:

**3.04**)- A: 41%
- B: 41%
- C: 7%
- F: 10% (1)

## Fall 2010

Asians in America (Mean: 2.73; Earned Mean=

**3.14**)- A: 27%
- B: 55%
- F: 18% (1)

## Spring 2005

Introduction to East Asia - Japan (&)

- A: 50%
- B: 25%
- C: 20%
- F: 5% (1)

## Fall 2004

Introduction to East Asia - Japan (&)

- A: 45%
- B: Huh... no Bs... what do you know?
- C: 36%
- D: 9%
- F: 9% (0)

# - Course is a short-term summer or winter course that, because of its temporal compression, often has slightly deviant means and earned means.

* - Course that was a dual-credit high school/college, taken by high schoolers.

& - Course was a one-day/night-per-week, three-hour course. These courses just seem to be a lot to bite off and chew for many students, so many of them don't complete the course but stay on the rolls.

* - Course that was a dual-credit high school/college, taken by high schoolers.

& - Course was a one-day/night-per-week, three-hour course. These courses just seem to be a lot to bite off and chew for many students, so many of them don't complete the course but stay on the rolls.