Summer 2014 Update: we will have the videos corrected during the summer, however, the process by which you will create, attach and submit Artifacts has changed!
Assignments and Activities that will be submitted to Tk20 specific to this course:
Assignment: Practicum Portfolio based on other courses' assignments, turned in in 6312.
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Assignment: Mentor/Supervisor Evaluation of Ed. Diag. Practicum
Assignment: Educational Diagnostician Portfolio (collection of work from this class and previous classes submitted for assessment in this class)
Both of these assignments require you to create one or more electronic documents such as MS Word, Excel or other type of electronic file, upload it to Tk20, and submit the assignment for assessment. You will use the “Generic...” Artifact type in Tk20.
These four videos demonstrate how to do this.
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Assignment: Dispositions and Diversity Proficiencies Assignment
The Dispositions and Diversity Proficiencies Assignment requires that you create one or more “Advanced Dispositions and Diversity Proficiencies…” type Artifacts where you will document your field experiences with regards to interacting with diverse populations and demonstrating your dispositions. Also, you will write a short essay/reflection that provides the evidence supporting the diversity and dispositions answer you gave.
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Always check with your instructor for due dates, specific content instructions (ex: what topics need to be discussed in the attached paper) and other instructional information.
If you see your course listed when you click on the Courses tab in Tk20, but the assignment/activity "pending" flag does not appear next to it, then either the assignment has not been sent for this course section in the semester (check with your instructor) or you have already submitted it. This is a common student error and easily corrected.
You may also use the Contact link at the top to email or talk to the SHSU Tk20 Support Team for assistance.
Free software downloads for some content on this site:
- Portable Document Format (PDF)
- Flash (SWF and others)
- Shockwave (DCR and others)
- Powerpoint (PPT and PPS)
Last Update: June 30, 2010