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Mobilize Prime 2013-14: ONESTOP

This wiki provides a single page with a step-by-step process (and all necessary links) required to participate in the Mobilize unit.

This content is currently in the process of being updated for the ECS 2013-2014 Mobilize Prime deployment, so check back frequently for new information!

  • You will be asked to sign a consent form before implementing the unit. Parents will be provided with Information Sheets (English and Spanish versions) that describes the curriculum and what to expect their child to be doing during the Mobilize unit.

Step 1 - Creating your classes and student accounts

Step 2 - Students Can Easily Determine the Compatibility of their Device & Install the Mobilize App

  • The Mobilize app now supports various Android smartphones and IOS devices (iPhones, iPod touches with camera). Therefore, students are asked to use their own devices for data collection exercises. Please note that the network consumption of the app is very minimal. Students can install the Mobilize apps via the Google Play Store or iOS App Store:
    • Google Play Store:
      • Search for “UCLA MobilizingCS” app or download from play store
      • Search for “SystemSens” app or download from play store
    • iOS App Store:

Additionally, visit for Mobilize technology description, as well as, online and video tutorials.

Step 3 - Students Take the "Pre-Q"

  • A Mobilize staff member will come to your classroom to administer the student pre-questionnaire (or “pre-q”) BEFORE you begin the unit.
  • The pre-q includes a series of data-related tasks as well as short survey about students' attitudes towards computer science and should take approximately 30 minutes (1 class period including directions, passing out pre-q's, etc.) to complete.
  • Teachers will be asked to complete a short pre-survey during the same class period.
  • Contact Laquita Stewart at or 310-794-9151 to schedule a “pre-q” visit.

Step 4 - At the End of Unit, Students Take the "Post-Q"

  • At the end of the unit, a Mobilize staff member will come to your classroom to administer the student post-questionnaire (or “post-q”).