Implementation of Tk20
CEHD uses Tk20, an online centralized system for scoring and storing all student assessment work for future reporting and analysis. Students and faculty access Tk20 via their Blackboard courses to submit work and score work. No additional login is needed.
To learn how to upload your work to Tk20 via your Blackboard course, please click student directions HERE.
To learn how to set up your Tk20 links, and access and score student work, please click faculty directions HERE.
InTASC Standards and Common Assessment Training
CEHD has developed guides and online training modules on the InTASC Standards and on how to understand, implement and score CEHD’s InTASC Common Assessments and the Disposition Survey.
Click below on the guide that you wish to review.
- Candidate Guide on InTASC Standards
- Faculty Guide on InTASC Standards
- Collaborative Learning Team Assessment Guide
- Critical Incident Assessment Guide
- Individualized Instruction and Assessment Guide7
- Lesson Planning Guide
- Internship Evaluation Training Guide
- Technology Assessment Guide
Online Training Modules:
The online training module for each Common Assessment will take approximately 1-2 hours to complete.
If you have a GMU login, the modules can be accessed using this URL: https://training.gmu.edu/common-assessment.
If you do not have GMU credentials (such as a Mason username and password), you may access the modules using this URL: http://learning.gmu.edu/common-assessment. Once you enter this website, you will be prompted to create an account to access all of the modules on the http://learning.gmu.edu/ site.
The modules present the “generic” version of each common assessment. Individual programs may have amended the instructions and layout to best suit each program’s individual need; however the purpose and assessment that occurs in the rubric remains the same.