Jeff Boulton's Career: Visualized
What do graduates say  long after they've graduated?:
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After a complete shift in pedagogy:
What do students say? Click the graph to see the data.
What Does Mark Data Say?
The following is a study of 1,200 student results from 20022011
Some
conclusions 
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an image to view the data 
The longer you teach, the higher your medians and the lower your failures
The less you evaluate, the higher your class medians and the lower your failures 

The higher a student selfrates for learning skills, the higher their mark Technology makes responsive teaching easier: the relationship above and student selfassessments can be compiled and viewed with virtually no additional work by a teacher. The graph at right is sample of the output. 

The final 30% has little effect on a term mark. There's a 50/50 chance of rasing or lowering one's mark with the final 30%. 55% of students move by less than 2%. The weaker the student, the greater the impact. 
Jeff Boulton's Philosophy of Education, as explained by:
Where
we need to go. 
Why
we need to go there. 

Jeff Boulton's Philosophy of Mathematics Education