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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

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

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

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

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

Taskstream Terminology

  • DRF Template/Program

  • Artifact/Requirement

  • Roles:

    • author

    • evaluator

    • evaluation manager


Video overview

Video Overview

Let’s Watch!

View video


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DRF Template

Artifact Status

Directors and Evaluation Method

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

Artifact Submission Type(s)


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View ALL Artifacts Waiting to be Assessed


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View Work

Aligned Standards

Evaluation History


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Rubric Assessment


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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

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 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

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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