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Introduction. Teacher Education Council tasks 2010-2011 TaskStream as a platform to increase utility, flexibility, and adaptability to concerns with and changes to our E-Portfolio Demonstrate key features of the TaskStream platform. Who Needs TaskStream?.

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Introduction

  • Teacher Education Council tasks 2010-2011

  • TaskStream as a platform to increase utility, flexibility, and adaptability to concerns with and changes to our E-Portfolio

  • Demonstrate key features of the TaskStream platform


Who Needs TaskStream?

  • The following groups of students will be required to purchase a 4 year TaskStream account to submit and manage their portfolios:

    • Undergraduate students who took EDB 300 in Fall 2012 or later

    • Graduate early childhood licensure students who took ECE 500 in Fall 2012 or later

    • Graduate special education licensure students who took ESE 500 in Fall 2012 or later

    • Students in the MUST or Chinese Licensure programs beginning Summer 2012 or later

    • Students who transferred to the College of Education and Human Services in Fall 2012 or later.

  • Accounts will be activated via $105 lab fee attached to a course or assessed directly by ESSC. Students self-enroll using a program specific code.

  • Refer to Transition Plan


Why is Taskstream Good for Students?

  • User-friendly interface

  • Program-specific requirements clearly identified (easier for transfer students as well)

  • Students can have multiple portfolios

  • Artifact-specific rubrics

  • Personalized employment portfolio

  • Notification email is possible


Why is Taskstream good for Faculty?

  • Students can submit to anybody at any time to allow fulfillment of incompletes

  • Utility for SPA reporting

  • Login screen with a link to all un-assessed artifacts

  • Instructors not evaluating artifacts on time or at all

    • Link portfolio assessment with course grading, making it more likely that instructors will grade artifacts.

    • Candidates can track the status of submitted artifacts

    • Evaluation manager can evaluate student work or edit previous evaluations.


Taskstream Terminology

  • DRF Template/Program

  • Artifact/Requirement

  • Roles:

    • author

    • evaluator

    • evaluation manager


Video Overview

Let’s Watch!

View video


DRF Template

Artifact Status

Directors and Evaluation Method

Form; Text & Image; Slideshow; Standards; Attachments; Videos; Links

Artifact Submission Type(s)


View ALL Artifacts Waiting to be Assessed


View Work

Aligned Standards

Evaluation History


Rubric Assessment


Provide the student with either a sample artifact;

their artifact with changes; or any other document

Resubmit artifact

Grade artifact, but do not release it to the student for viewing

Grade artifact and submit it to student for viewing


Checkpoint Assessment—Candidate Responsibilities

  • 3 Checkpoints

    • Pre-practicum, pre-student teaching, pre-licensure

    • TPA

  • Candidates submit new artifacts at each checkpoint:

    • Choice artifacts (2) with a reflection cover sheet

    • Summative Checkpoint Self-Analysis

    • Checkpoint assessments divided evenly among all faculty


Checkpoint Assessment—Faculty Responsibilities

  • Checkpoint assessments divided evenly among all faculty

  • Checkpoint assessor reviews:

    • All graded artifacts in a particular program phase to be sure they “meets requirements”

    • Choice Artifacts and Reflection Sheet using existing portfolio rubrics

    • Summative Checkpoint Self-Analysis

  • Assessment determines eligibility to move to the next program phase. Ineligible candidates go to the Remediation Board.


Support

  • Education Student Services Center (JH 170A; 216-687-4625)

  • Course Instructor

  • College of Education and Human Services TaskStream web page

  • TaskStream Mentoring Services 800-311-5656

  • Faculty Advisor

  • Coordinator of Assessment and Accreditation Heather Gallacher 216-687-3743 or [email protected]

  • Center for Educational Technology (JH 118)


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