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Brief Overview of TK20 Navigating TK20 (Hands On Practice) –Student Tasks –Instructor Tasks Logging into the Real System Questions and Answers
TK20 is a comprehensive tool to help manage curriculum, coursework, and instruction. TK20 provides an environment for students to submit and store assignments (artifacts) as well as to build portfolios that are tied to standards. TK20 allows instructors to manage instruction, assignments, and assessments in a common environment. (TK20=Assessment System)
Ultimately everyone! Students with orientations after Jan will use the system after their 3 rd course. EDU580, EDU522, and EDU 601 instructors will train students how to use the system. After July 1, 2008 all courses will be available on TK20.
Electronic Portfolio – to store, link, organize, and submit your entire portfolio online. Field Experience – to document, log hours, and submit your Field Experience online. Assignments – to create, submit, and review your assignments and instructor’s feedback. Syllabus – to download course syllabus. Course Management – for online courses. News – to receive GAS news from WWU.
Artifact – Documents that have been created for assignments, field experience activities, or projects throughout a student’s program of study at WWU. Assignment – Direction or instruction, assessment rubric, the artifact(s) for such assignment, and instructor’s feedback, all together as a package.
Artifacts consist of a cover page or template and may have a document or other item attached. Artifacts are attached to assignments (and ultimately to the student portfolio) and submitted to the instructor for review and assessment. Assessment is done via the online rubric(s) for the assignment.
Great Tutorials!! Helpdesk support! Try this first!
1.Use the student login you were given 2.We will complete an assignment that you can later score from the faculty view.
1.Use the faculty login you were given 2.We will look at some faculty tools and then assess the assignment you created as a student.
Syllabus will be here. Other handouts may be available or uploaded by the instructor. You must have at least one folder in the Document Filing Cabinet in order to add a file, handout, or artifact. If there are no folders, click on the + beside “Document Filing Cabinet” to add a folder.
After clicking on the folder or the + beside the folder you will see this screen where you can select the type of item to add.
You can then browse for the item you want, provide it with a title, and Upload the item. It them is stored in the Document Filing Cabinet
Following are some screen shots of its various functions:
Any assignment that is ready for you to assess – click here for one of the methods. List of your current, past, and future courses. Check the current user cohorts from here
This flag shows that you have pending assignment waiting for you to assess.
List of assignments for this course. Syllabus and handouts Discussion Forums Click and access course rosters (list of student TK20 usernames and initial password ‘PID’s, addresses and phone numbers).
Click to access student’s assignment and to evaluate student’s work.
Click and start assess their work.
Click to access student’s artifact. Use Rubric to evaluate student’s work. At the end of the Rubric, please click “Save” button. Go next page and enter the grade and score. Then click “Submit”.
Student TK20 UsernameStudent TK20 initial password!! You will also be able to see student’s address and contact phone number.
Your User’s name is the first letter of your first name + your last Name For example: John Smith’s User’s name= jsmith0001 Call if it doesn’t work after trying it for 3 times. Your initial password = your Owlnet (WWU) ID Call if you don’t know your wwu ID.
For students: Student Tutorial on Assignments Student Tutorial on Field Experience For instructors: Faculty Tutorial on Assignments Faculty Tutorial on Field Experience
TK20 Tutorial Website – Great information: WWU Helpdesk: Phone number: Additional contact: GAS and Education program: On campus non-Education program: