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Tk20 Overview. Melanie DiLoreto. Tk20 Adoption. Planning Committee Spring 2008 – Summer 2008 Internal & External Stakeholders – CAS, PCL, SoE , Academic Affairs, Supervising Teachers, Faculty & Administrators

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Tk20 overview

Tk20 Overview

Melanie DiLoreto

Tk20 adoption

Tk20 Adoption

  • Planning Committee

    • Spring 2008 – Summer 2008

    • Internal & External Stakeholders – CAS, PCL, SoE, Academic Affairs, Supervising Teachers, Faculty & Administrators

    • Reviewed 3 systems - Interviewed several institutional representatives across nation

      • face-to-face visit with one institution

    • SoE adopted Fall 2008; Educational Leadership Spring 2009

    • Course Based Assessments – Courses common across programs that meet accreditation recommendations



In Tk20, students can complete applications for both program admission and field experiences/student teaching.


  • Accuracy

  • Decreased Paper Trail

  • Reporting Ability

Field experience

Field Experience


  • Program Improvement

    • Collect assessments used by candidates and clinical faculty to determine areas that need improvement

    • Identify points at which students are dropping out of the program

    • Systematically study changes to ensure that program improvement is occurring

Field experience1

Field Experience


  • Day to Day Operational Needs

    • Eliminates data entry

    • Reports that identify eligible teacher candidates at each transition point

    • Forecasting reports

Field experience2

Field Experience


  • Accreditation

    • Collect comprehensive assessments from admissions to student certification

    • Demonstrate diversity of field placements

    • Align assessments with professional, state, and institutional standards

Field experience3

Field Experience



Benefits to UWF:

  • Tracking student progress

    • How many students are in each stage?

    • At what point do students drop out?

    • How long does it take for students to get through each stage?

  • Necessary for program improvement and accreditation



Benefits to Students:

  • Visibility of Program Requirements

  • Informs them of progress

Faculty artifacts

Faculty Artifacts


  • Allows UWF to collect specific information from all users of our system in addition to our SIS data

  • Provides data that can be compiled or aggregated for accreditation, assessment, promotion, tenure etc.

  • Provides a mechanism of collecting information that is not easily accessible

  • Provides standardization of information

    All of these contribute to effective data capture for accreditation and assessment needs.

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Faculty Artifacts

Examples of Faculty Artifacts:

  • Syllabi

  • Curriculum Vita

  • Dissertation Committee Documentation




  • Increases variety of measures at your disposal

  • Survey large groups

  • Access groups that do not assemble regularly

  • Aggregate results due to an identical instrument

  • Eliminate fields necessary in paper-based surveys

  • Convenient for respondents

  • Cost-effective method requiring fewer resources



  • Rule of Thumb:use surveys to collect data that cannot be obtained through other functionalities in Tk20.

  • Alumni activity surveys

  • Employer satisfaction surveys

  • Graduate exit surveys

  • Administrative/Non-Academic Department surveys

Course evaluations

Course Evaluations


  • Simple to send out, either to selected courses or all courses

  • No gathering of paper forms/no more illegible answers

  • Responses confidential and anonymous, yet you will know who did not complete an evaluation

  • Instant access to data as it is entered, both aggregate and comprehensive

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Course Evaluations

A set of pre-generated reports is available for use the minute course evaluations are sent:

  • People with Pending Course Evaluations

  • People with Complete Course Evaluations

  • Aggregated Results of All Responses

  • Aggregated Results by Course

  • Aggregated Results by Section

  • Aggregated Results by Term

  • Aggregated Results by Instructor

Course based assessments

Course-Based Assessments

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Course-Based Assessments

  • Collect evidences that document students knowledge, skills, and dispositions

  • Generate reports for program improvement and accreditation needs

  • Align assignments and assessments to standards



  • Disaggregate by program, campus (online, face-to-face), course, section, instructor, etc.

  • Enrollment, recent graduates, active (not enrolled)

  • Demographics (student and faculty)

  • Field Experience evaluations by course, program, unit

  • FTCE, GRE, FELE exam tracking

  • Diversity of Field Experience Placements



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