> > (Richard) It shows that the students are > successful. The fact that I taught 100% of the > students at least one time... > (Wayne) > Even with your shared responsibility with others, we > have never seen the data. It's not too late. > (Richard) Bob has it all. Check with him. > > You have chosen not to put out your students' > performance to those in similar courses at your > university and equivalent ones. That's your choice > obviously. > > (Wayne) > What may be obvious to you is an impossibility to me. > Comparative grade distributions would be the only > y thing conceivably possible since we don't have > departmental final exams much less a higher level. > That said, however, I only have access to my own > n grade distributions meaningless as those > comparisons would be with the professor independence > that we enjoy. > (Richard) If I understand you correctly, students will take a class at your university from n>1 professors with no guarantee that the curriculum is the same and no information about who teaches most effectively. If true, that is sad.