# The Raw Data

Each rubric specifies a list of tasks. For each task instructors describe an exam question or homework problem representative of the task. I will refer to these as task questions. For each task question the instructor records the percentage of passing students (i.e., students who received a C- or higher in the course) who received full or near-full credit.

#### Beginning Level

BSCS.OC8 is covered at the beginning level by CS46A.

This semester there were three sections of CS46A. Here are the raw reports and referenced data:

#### Intermediate Level

BSCS.OC8 is covered at the intermediate level by CS46B.

This semester there was one section of CS46B.

#### Advanced Level

BSCS.OC8 is covered at the advanced level by CS151.

This semester there was one section of CS151.

#### Summary

The entries indicate the percentages of passing students who received full or near-full credit on the task question representing the corresponding task:

BSCS.OC8 Assessment

Semester

F2009

F2012

F2015

F2018

Tasks

Sec1

Sec2

Sec3

Beginning

% success

% success

% success

mean

CS46A.Task1

42%

47%

29%

39%

CS46A.Task2

58%

58%

46%

54%

CS46A.Task3

84%

68%

82%

78%

CS46A.Task4

68%

63%

25%

52%

CS46A.Task5

53%

47%

18%

39%

Intermediate

CS46B.Task1

48%

48%

NA

48%

CS46B.Task2

31%

31%

NA

31%

CS46B.Task3

40%

40%

NA

40%

CS46B.Task3

49%

49%

NA

49%

Advanced

CS151.Task1

40%

NA

NA

40%

CS151.Task2

38%

NA

NA

38%

CS151.Task3

NC

NA

NA

NC

CS151.Task4

NT

NA

NA

NT

CS151.Task5

NT

NA

NA

NT

CS151.Task6

65%

NA

NA

65%

##### Notes:
1. Kim combined the statistics from two sections. I simply reported the same results in two columns.
2. Kim reported two questions that addressed CS46B.Task3. I averaged the results.
3. NT = Covered, but not tested.
4. NC = Not covered.
5. NA = Not applicable (because the corresponding section didn't exist).