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Monday, April 19, 2010

OAA TESTS TODAY!

Well, ready or not, here we go! One of the main goals of THIINKFit is that it can improve OAA scores. Reading OAA's today, math on Thursday! I'm a bit nervous. We didn't have a great work out this morning (Some students were more into it than the others). But thinking back, anytime I had a bad practice before I big game, I always played well. I'm so proud of these guys and gals! We will continue with THIINKFit until the end of the school year :)! Our team name this year is CRUSH. I brought a 2 liter of CRUSH soda in and had them rub the bottle for heading out the door today. Wish us luck!

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Sunday, March 21, 2010

Updated Numbers on THIINKFit Project

UPDATED NUMBERS


Attendance 1st 9WKS Attendance 2nd 9WKS
Non-Participating 48.5/920 63.5/780
Students


THIINKFit Participating 34/920 37/780
Students


Reading OAT practice Reading OAT practice Difference
test September test January

Non-participating Avg. 21.2% Avg. 21.2% +/- 0
Students


THIINKFit Participating Avg. 19.38% Avg. 21.56% + 2.18%
Students



Math OAT practice Math OAT practice
Non-participating
Students Avg. 14.8% Avg. 17.7% +2.9%



THIINKFit Participating
Students Avg. 14.39% Avg. 16.8% +2.4%



*Of the 20 students in my THIINKFit project, 9 of them are special ed. Three students' test scores are not recorded because they take an alternate assessment. My SE students are at a second grade/third grade level. There are no gifted students on my THIINKFit team. The remaining students are regular ed.

*Of the 20 student in the NON-PARTICIPATING group, 4 of the students are special education. These four students are on a fourth grade/low fifth grade level. There are 4 gifted students in the NON-PARTICIPATING group. Of the remaining students left, they are considered regular ed.