Amy Barnabi - Reflections of Blogging

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Saturday, December 5, 2009

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8 comments:

  1. Thanks Mark, for commenting on my post! I published the YOUTUBE video to this site, so it would save my Critical Friends from having to go to another link to view it! God bless and stay safe this holiday season :).

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  2. Amy, I have to tell you that I love your videos. I think life is just passing us by at lightning speed, but before we're done, you'll have to tell me what program or site you use to do those.

    I am so incredibly proud to be able to call you my friend! I am sure that what you have done will revolutionize how schools look at media to teach and it will be used to enhance P.E. classes. Since the day we started you knew exactly what you wanted to do, and it seems to have been so effortless for you.

    The data you are collecting is quantifiable and measurable which makes your results all the more reliable. Once our program is done, I might just set up an extension of the Wii Fit Project™ in my school!

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  3. Ah Amy you are so inspiring to us! It’s great to see you doing so well on your project. For what it’s worth I am proud of you! I only have one question. How are you gathering your data? You had mentioned the core group’s grades have improved. How are you measuring that?

    One of these days when your project is national I will be able to tell my fellow teachers that I know you!

    Keep it up Amy!

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  4. Ah Amy you are so inspiring to us! It’s great to see you doing so well on your project. For what it’s worth I am proud of you! I only have one question for you. How are you gathering you data? You had mentioned the core group’s grades have improved. How are you measuring that?

    One of these days when your project is national I will be able to tell my fellow teachers that I know you!

    Keep it up Amy!

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  5. Woah. Double post.

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  6. LOL Andrew, I can use data from first nine weeks midterms to end of nine weeks. I can use data from last fall's (fifth grade) first nine weeks, to this fall's nine weeks grades (sixth). I'm also measuring attendance (I can gather last years data, to this year, compare all numbers to test group/non test group, OAT practice scores (fall, spring, actual - Ohio Achievement Test).

    Beth, thank you for the gracious comment and HAPPY B-DAY, btw!! You guys rock, and will forever be BFF's! (:)). I value your opinions not only on my projects, but everything we are doing here. What a group!!

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  7. Beth - it's xtranormal! I've got several teachers in my building using it. Check out my YOUTUBE site to see how many lessons I've used this to create (rilke2732).

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  8. How exciting.. all of these amazing things are happening due to your vision :)

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