Mystery Science lessons are designed to be a resource where teachers present and guide their students through exploration, activity, and topic wrap up. Typically, a teacher can hand out printed worksheets, activity materials, and printed assessments that can be graded based on their own rubric.
Because of this, we do not have a way to collect any student data or track progress on the lesson videos, worksheets, or assessments within your Mystery Science account.
We understand that right now, the typical way of teaching is not available to most of our educators. With that in mind, we have created a couple of different ways to help you assign lessons and track student progress.
- Learn more about how to assign interactive worksheets and assessments along-side the video lesson.
- Using a Learning Management System? Learn more about how you can use our Student Links to assign through your Learning Management System to track your students.
- Looking for more flexibility? Most of our video lessons include pauses where students are prompted to think about a particular idea. Assign students or parents to write down responses or even make a video response to these prompts! Check out our Distance Learning Guide to choose lessons that are right for your situation and ideas for ways to alter the lessons.