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Science - Mobilize ONE-STOP

This wiki provides a single page with a step-by-step process (and all necessary links) required to participate in the Mobilize unit. The relevant curriculum can be found at Mobilize Curriculum Directory. All URLs related to the Mobilize tools and applications are listed on https://wiki.mobilizingcs.org/urls.

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  • Collect signed Student and Parent consent forms and return to CRESST evaluation team. Parent (English and Spanish), Student, and Teacher Consent forms can be found in the Consent Forms folder here: Mobilize Curriculum Directory
  • Upon returning the consent forms, please provide the CRESST team with a copy of your roster so that they can track which students did/did not sign consents.
  • Complete Lesson 0: Where does my trash go? This lesson allows students to design a model of a sanitary landfill. Ideally, this model is created a minimum of two weeks before the first lesson.
  • Review the Unit Level Graphic Organizer and the Unit at a Glance (beginning of the unit) to help you plan out when to reserve the computer lab. ulgo_2015.xlsx

Step 2 (Week+ before starting unit) - Check software; Create classes and accounts

Step 3 (Day 0) - Students Take the "Pre-Q"

  • Administer the student pre-questionnaire (or “Pre-Q”) BEFORE beginning the unit. You will receive implementation packets with questionnaires at the 3/21/15 PD session or via FedEx.
  • The Pre-Q includes a series of data-related tasks and should take approximately 45 minutes or roughly one class period including directions, passing out Pre-Q's, etc.) to complete.
    • You will also receive a link via email for a short pre-implementation survey.
  • Contact eval@mobilizingcs.org if you have any questions or concerns.

Steps 4 through 10, Implement Science Lessons 1 through 9 (3 weeks)

https://wiki.mobilizingcs.org/curriculum#mobilize_science_unit_supplemental_materials

  • Lesson 9 is the end of unit assessment. Please make sure to remember to save students' assessments and upload following the protocol outlined in Step 12.

Step 11 - At the End of Unit, Students Take the "Post-Q"

  • At the end of the unit, administer the student post-questionnaire (or “Post-Q”). Please see administration instructions in your implementation packet.
  • Instructions for returning materials are also provided in your implementation packet.
  • You will receive a link via email for a short post-implementation survey.
  • THANK YOU!

Step 12 (Post Lessons) - Upload students' FINAL projects

  • First, please collect student work and the final projects from the unit. We will use the final projects to guide future revisions of the unit. Digital projects such as videos, PowerPoints, photographs or MP4's can be saved and uploaded to our server.
  • Next, save noteworthy work AND FINAL projects. Please label all projects using the following naming convention:
  • Your file names should look like: Science_L#_TeacherLastName_P#_G#_Task
  • This expands to:“ Science_Lesson#_Teacher's Last Name_Period #_Group # [if applicable]_Task [brief description of task]
    • Example: Science_L6_Perez_P3_G2_statisticalquestions (note that you do not include # in the file name)
  • Then, Login to the Mobilize document tool at https://lausd.mobilizingcs.org/landing/#document/ to upload students projects:
    • Click “Add New”
    • Click “Choose File” and select the file from your local system
    • Update the name field to match the file name above (ensuring that you leave the file extension, eg. '.docx', '.pdf' as it is)
    • Leave the privacy state as “Private”
    • On “Share to Class” select the class this project relates to
    • Click “save” to finish upload.
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