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How to Upload and Submit a Document to Your Tk20 Portfolio Use this when your instructor has asked you to put something in your Tk20 Portfolio (as opposed to submitting an assignment in a course)
Click on “Portfolios” tab. Then click on the name of the relevant portfolio. NOTE: If you are an initial licensure candidate, during your term of student teaching, you will see an edTPA portfolio (in addition to your program portfolio if used). Click on name to open portfolio.
Follow the Instructions on the Screen to get started.
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Click on each “Tab” of the Portfolio to navigate within the portfolio. TABS
Each Tab will tell you what to do (what documents to upload, etc.). Click here to attach the documents or files as instructed.
After selecting “Click here to attach,” a new window will open. Under “My Items,” you can choose an item you’ve previously uploaded into Tk20, or you can select “Create a new artifact.” Choose existing items or Create a New Artifact
To “create a new artifact,” click the radio button. Then scroll to the bottom of the page and hit “Continue.” Click this button to upload a new document. Hit “Continue.” Scroll to the bottom of the page and
Select “File” from the dropdown menu (unless your instructor has specified a different artifact type).
Add a “Title” for your document. Choose the course associated with your document. Then choose “Select Files.” 1 2 3
When you “Select Files,” a window will pop up allowing you to choose your document to upload. Select your document, and then choose Add (if necessary). The name of the document you uploaded will then appear in the gray shaded area. 1 Choose which file to upload 2 File name will appear here after upload success.
Click “Save.” A new window will appear confirming that your file has been added to your portfolio. Confirmation of success.
1. ALWAYS use the “Save Draft” button as you add documents to your portfolio. 2. NEVER ever hit “Submit.” (This will lock your portfolio). 1 2
edTPA Portfolios ONLY 1. Always use the “Save Draft” button as you add documents. 2. Never hit “Submit for Internal Review.” Your instructor can view your materials as you “Save Draft.” 3. You will “Transfer to Pearson” when you are ready for your portfolio to be sent off for evaluation. 1 2 3
If you accidentally hit “Submit” and lock your portfolio, click on the box in front of the name of the portfolio. Then click the “Recall” button. 1. Click box 2. Click “recall” button to return to “Open for Editing.”