Lee 4 days ago Excelente mom fucks over dept. You don't fail half of the students on this basis because there are modifiers to the sample - not everyone has to take the class, the group of students in the class have progressed to a certain level and those who could not meet the standard are no longer in the group, etc. Now it is too late to fix this, but for the future you should make sure students have hard time "maxing out" easily.
This tool is not a recommendation to buy or invest in any particular product or security. I don't grade like that.
Look out your window - what do you see If your group of students was exceptional there is no reason not to mark them as exceptional. That is no where near a high enough sample size to expect any kind of real conformity.
HRSE 1 4 You think just about your students. That is no where near a high enough sample size to expect any kind of real conformity.
If the general guideline is that you want an "average" student to receive an 85, that is fine, but you will get classes where your students excel abnormally, and you will get classes that are a bit behind the grade, and fluctuate the other way. Also, they might be unfair to students who took the course in previous years. Also, there are a lot more students than instructors and we expect that with a class-sized sample, we can be more confident of what the distribution of A's and B's should be than of whether an assignment or exam we just wrote will turn out to be harder or easier than we expected.
Downvoted because what you are saying flies in the face of statistics. Raul 11 days ago I love this video. DanRomik You call it recalibrating , but this certainly seems like grading on a curve: