Summer Camp:
http://tinyurl.com/GENES-summer

Project Assessments:
Please complete all post labs via the links below (these are not graded; you can use your lab; they are required to keep the grant viable):

Pre-Lab Assessment: http://bit.ly/2gJRv8V

Module 1 Post Lab Activity Link: http://goo.gl/forms/ir4UmCKFjx

Module 2 Post Lab Activity Link: http://goo.gl/forms/3Xq663nv25

Module 3 Post Lab Activity Link: http://goo.gl/forms/2VUijSpQGj

Module 4 Post Lab Activity Link: http://goo.gl/forms/PH5bgP97YV

Module 5 Post Lab Activity Link: http://goo.gl/forms/TlPw81yJg4

Module 6 Post Lab Activity Link: http://goo.gl/forms/7wNLUm8NVO

Post-Lab Assessment: http://bit.ly/2gJRv8V



Module 6 Results:


Module 4:

YOUR PRE-LAB ASSIGNMENT

Some questions to get you thinking about the ab:
  1. Why is it important that scientists can extract DNA from cells?
  2. Is the DNA that you will extract today from one cell or from many cells?




Module 1 Post-assessment:
http://goo.gl/forms/ir4UmCKFjx

Module 2 Post-assessment:
http://goo.gl/forms/3Xq663nv25

Module 3 Post-assessment:
http://goo.gl/forms/2VUijSpQGj

Mod 3 POB.jpg
Module 4 Post Lab
http://goo.gl/forms/PH5bgP97YV

Project Genes:




Project GENES Remind Code:
81010
@projectgen

Follow us on Twitter: @projectgenes
Upload data and pix

Project GENES Module Two

Module 2 Info Sheet





Module 2 Post Lab

__http://goo.gl/forms/3Xq663nv25__



Module 2 Instructions (including the pre and post lab questions)





Module 2 Powerpoint




Project GENES Module One

* Google Drive

* How to log-in -- www.drive.google.com * CMS students use studentidnumber@student.cms.k12.nc.us (example 8888888@student.cms.k12.nc.us )

* password = YYMMDD

* Use the RED “New” button to create a new folder called “Project GENES”

* Open the link to the Student Module Folder
* https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0BxFVoAx8hl2jUVlESy0yQks3Tk0&usp=sharing

* Have student Open each module

* Have student go to “File - Make a Copy”

* Rename it - by ADDING your name to the beginning

* Move to your own folder by going to “File - Move to Folder” and choose Project Genes


* Pre-assessment - Complete prior to lab -- do NOT use notes or the internet. It’s not a grade :)
http://goo.gl/forms/szNDXj3sAJ





Project Genes Symposium:



Saturday Symposium Sign-Up Link
www.tinyurl.com/GENES-symposium

Summer Camp Sign-Up Link
http://bit.ly/1S9nCuH

Post Assessment:
http://bit.ly/23vg6F6


Tuesday April 5 - Please complete everything listed below:
Module 6:

http://goo.gl/forms/7wNLUm8NVO

Module 5:

http://goo.gl/forms/TlPw81yJg4


YOUR PRE-LAB E-PORTFOLIO ASSIGNMENT
Some questions to get you thinking about today’s lab:
1. Why was the development of the PCR technique so important?
2. How many cycles does it take to obtain fragments containing just the target DNA?
Explain why this does not occur from the very beginning.


Module 4:

YOUR PRE-LAB ASSIGNMENT

Some questions to get you thinking about the ab:
  1. Why is it important that scientists can extract DNA from cells?
  2. Is the DNA that you will extract today from one cell or from many cells?


Module 4 Post Lab

http://goo.gl/forms/PH5bgP97YV


Tuesday February 2 - Please complete everything listed below:

Creating an e-portfolio

        • Allow comments = YES

Post in PathBrite:
One artifact from your lab
  • This could be your Google Drive Lab Module with pre- and post-questions COMPLETED
  • A picture YOU took from your lab
  • A video YOU took from your lab
Your description should include the following sentence stems completed
  • The most memorable part of this lab was … because….
  • This lab made me wonder about…
  • One question I still have about this lab is...
  • Pre-assessment - http://goo.gl/forms/szNDXj3sAJ


Please complete all pre-lab activities in your e-portfolio
Module 2 Pre-lab for portfolio (record answers in the portfolio):
Some questions to get you thinking about today’s lab:
1. What can we use DNA for?
2. Why would we want to put DNA into bacteria?
3. What is a plasmid?
4. What is ampicillin?
5. Check out this YouTube video link that talks about the role of DNA plasmids in Genetic engineering.

Video

Use the diagrams uploaded to complete the chart below:

Record your observed results in the chart below. If there are too many colonies to count just record LAWN.
Plate Designation
Number of Colonies
Color of Colonies












Glowing Bacteria


Please complete all post labs via the links below (these are not graded; you can use your lab; they are required to keep the grant viable):
Module 1 Quiz Link: http://goo.gl/forms/ir4UmCKFjx
Module 2 Quiz Link: http://goo.gl/forms/3Xq663nv25
Module 3 Quiz Link: http://goo.gl/forms/2VUijSpQGj
Module 3 diagram below:
Module 3 Results


Module 3 Info Sheet


Module 3 "Ladder"


STOP HERE!


Project Genes Module 3:


Module 3 Results


Module 3 Info Sheet


Module 3 "Ladder"


Module 3 Post Lab
http://goo.gl/forms/2VUijSpQGj

Project Genes Module 2:


Module 2 Info Sheet


Module 2 Post Lab
__http://goo.gl/forms/3Xq663nv25__

Glowing Bacteria


Module 2 Instructions (including the pre and post lab questions)


Module 2 Powerpoint


Project Genes Module 1:
Module 1 Pre-Lab (please have this completed by our first meeting):
https://docs.google.com/a/cms.k12.nc.us/forms/d/1pfwOPpnQN9WsiC4Fb-HFefKMDaX3pgBVPEgGFkYTfzY/viewform?c=0&w=1


Project Genes Module 1 Post-Lab E-Portfolio Assignment:
Please follow the link below to answer your post-lab questions. Make sure that you have read and completed the activities for the entire module before you begin.
http://goo.gl/forms/ir4UmCKFjx


Module 1 Info Sheet


Module 1 Reading


Module 1 ppt



Project Genes Contract:


Project Genes Overview and Description:


Project Genes Application:
http://goo.gl/forms/vIjrxFVBVk

Project Genes Schedule: