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 ===== Science - Mobilize ONE-STOP ===== ===== 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 [[https://dropbox.mobilizingcs.org/public.php?​service=files&​t=c216f15e36922da303c3576aa561aa9a|Mobilize Curriculum Directory]]. Please note, updated curriculum will be posted ​1/1/2016 to reflect the current California Draft Framework released in November All URLs related to the Mobilize tools and applications are listed on [[https://​wiki.mobilizingcs.org/​urls]].+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 [[https://ucla.box.com/v/mobilize|Mobilize Curriculum Directory]]. Please note, updated ​and final curriculum will be posted ​4/11/2016. All URLs related to the Mobilize tools and applications are listed on [[https://​wiki.mobilizingcs.org/​urls]].
  
 Are you having trouble seeing your class data on the Dashboard? Need additional classroom or technical support? Please visit our FAQ site for answers to [[https://​wiki.mobilizingcs.org/​faq|common questions]] or visit [[https://​wiki.mobilizingcs.org/​home#​available_video_tutorials|Home]]and watch the Video Tutorials for the Web FrontEnd. Are you having trouble seeing your class data on the Dashboard? Need additional classroom or technical support? Please visit our FAQ site for answers to [[https://​wiki.mobilizingcs.org/​faq|common questions]] or visit [[https://​wiki.mobilizingcs.org/​home#​available_video_tutorials|Home]]and watch the Video Tutorials for the Web FrontEnd.
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 ==== Step 1 (Weeks+ before starting unit) - Handling Student/​Parent Consent Forms ==== ==== Step 1 (Weeks+ before starting unit) - Handling Student/​Parent Consent Forms ====
-  *  **Teachers implementing in multiple class periods should select ONE class period as their "​evaluation class"​** or class that completes consents and questionnaires. ​ Please try to select a "​typical class" (i.e., not honors class), preferably Biology.+ 
   * Please give students the Mobilize Consent Form Packet (student consent form - Blue, parent consent form - Yellow or Green) to complete. ​   * Please give students the Mobilize Consent Form Packet (student consent form - Blue, parent consent form - Yellow or Green) to complete. ​
-  * The consent forms are needed to help us measure and improve the effectiveness of the Mobilize units. ​ We need to have copies of __both__ the student and parent consent form from a particular student to include him/her in our study.+  * The consent forms are needed to help us gather data to measure and improve the effectiveness of the Mobilize units. ​ We need to have copies of __both__ the student and parent consent form from a particular student to include him/her in our study.
    * 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.  ​    * 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.  ​
  
- * Student, and Teacher Consent forms for the 2015-16 academic year can be found in the "​Consent Forms" folder here: [[https://dropbox.mobilizingcs.org/public.php?​service=files&​t=c216f15e36922da303c3576aa561aa9a|Mobilize Curriculum Directory]]+ * Student, and Teacher Consent forms for the 2015-16 academic year can be found in the "​Consent Forms" folder here: [[https://ucla.box.com/v/mobilize|Mobilize Curriculum Directory]]
  
-  * 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. ​+  * 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. ​Students will also beging collecting data before the unit on their smart phones. This does not have to happen the day after Lesson 0. The goal is to increase the data collection window so that there are large sets for classes to explore.  ​
  
   * 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. {{:​onestop:​ulgo_2015.xlsx|}}   * 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. {{:​onestop:​ulgo_2015.xlsx|}}
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 ==== Step 3 (Day 0) - Students Take the "​Pre-Q"​ ==== ==== Step 3 (Day 0) - Students Take the "​Pre-Q"​ ====
-  * {{:​wiki:​document-edit.png?​nolink&​20|}} Administer the student pre-questionnaire (or "​Pre-Q"​) BEFORE beginning ​the unit. You will receive implementation packets with questionnaires at the March PD session.+  * {{:​wiki:​document-edit.png?​nolink&​20|}} Administer the student pre-questionnaire (or "​Pre-Q"​) BEFORE beginning ​lesson 1. You will receive implementation packets with questionnaires at the April PD session.
   * 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. ​     * 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. ​     * You will also receive a link via email for a short pre-implementation survey. ​
-  * Contact Debbie La Torre Matrundola at 310.206.1385 or support@mobilizingcs.org ​ if you have any questions or concerns. ​+  * Contact Debbie La Torre Matrundola at 310.206.1385 or help@mobilizingcs.org ​ if you have any questions or concerns. ​
  
 ==== Steps 4 through 10, Implement Science Lessons 1 through 9 (3 weeks) ==== ==== Steps 4 through 10, Implement Science Lessons 1 through 9 (3 weeks) ====
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   * Did something amazing or troubling happen and you would like to share it with the team?    * Did something amazing or troubling happen and you would like to share it with the team? 
     *  Well, you can scan or photograph student work and upload it to our server by following the directions found in Step 12.      *  Well, you can scan or photograph student work and upload it to our server by following the directions found in Step 12. 
-    * You can email us to celebrate: [[support@mobilizingcs.org]].+    * You can email us to celebrate: [[help@mobilizingcs.org]].
     * Or visit us at our [[https://​plus.google.com/​communities/​115661803352155510684|Google Group]] and post your news there. ​     * Or visit us at our [[https://​plus.google.com/​communities/​115661803352155510684|Google Group]] and post your news there. ​
  
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   * Instructions for returning materials are also provided 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. ​   * You will receive a link via email for a short post-implementation survey. ​
-  * THANK YOU! 
  
 ==== Step 12 (Post Lessons) - Upload students'​ FINAL projects ==== ==== 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. ​+  * 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 MP4s can be saved and uploaded to our server. ​
  
   * Next, save noteworthy work **AND** FINAL projects. ​ Please label all projects using the following naming convention:   * Next, save noteworthy work **AND** FINAL projects. ​ Please label all projects using the following naming convention:
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-  * {{:​wiki:​mobilize_finallogo_cmyk.png?​nolink&​60|}} ​Then, Login to the Mobilize document tool at [[https://​lausd.mobilizingcs.org/​landing/#​document/​]] to upload students projects:+  *Then, ​Log in to the Mobilize document tool at [[https://​lausd.mobilizingcs.org/​landing/#​document/​]] to upload students projects:
     * Click "Add New"     * Click "Add New"
     * Click "​Choose File" and select the file from your local system     * Click "​Choose File" and select the file from your local system
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