Accumulative grade and perfect knowledge
Contemporary archaeology in
Utah: Processing center
archaeological site
Utah is a global regional model
of social evolution which keeps
(and regularly) updates the
best of human cultural
traditions and immediately
integrate the fruitful innovation
becoming itself a top
innovators and culture inventor.

To genealogy on the roof of
culture and caring about
contemporary archaeology,
Utah has been also hosting one
of the branches of
University, a leading higher
educational institution with elite
Master and PhD programs
Development of the higher education system is a development of ways for
perfect knowledge in the triangle student – co-students – teacher. We need
perfect knowledge since society is an ideal system in which the people act with
their cognitive maps. The actions transform the ideal system into a real
system which usually nobody likes in way in which it is. The problem with this
likeness is that some use absolute values, while others relative.

The online education in modules with accumulative grade is an ideal system for
perfect knowledge. However, does teacher use this system and allow the
students to use it? While the system refers to extra credits, the teacher may
say no. The teacher looks at himself/herself as a judge, not as a coach of the

If the final grade is based on accumulative points, that means, the teacher
should allow each grade within the class to be approved since it has impact on
the final grade. However, since this means more work for the teacher, usually
the students even do not think that can improve their grade within the given
modules. They look at the module grade at final although feel that know more
and have been learning more within the class.

Then, the higher education should have supervisors who check the classes
online regularly and make sure that teachers offer improvement of the points.
The logic is very simple: the life does not need students who have just passed
classes, the life needs A and A+ graded students. Behind A and A+ is
presumably perfect knowledge.