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College of Education and Health Professions

The vision of the College of Education and Health Professions is to prepare highly qualified professionals and leaders who possess the knowledge, skills, and dispositions needed to increase the quality of life in the community by improving P-12 student learning and professional health care.

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What is Tk20?

Tk20 is a repository for university data that are collected for various purposes; such as, demonstrating the quality of our academic programs, improving teaching and learning, and compiling data for national, state, and local reporting.  Tk20 facilitates the performance assessment and field placement processes and provides a tool for candidates to document their development, competencies, accomplishments, and progression through their preparation program.

Tk20 is also great for students, as they can build course and performance artifacts electronically online in a portfolio that stays with them for years - up to 7 years. This is a great benefit for those seeking employment or wanting to further their educational advancement.

Students needing to purchase Tk20 may find the following information useful:

  • The one-time cost is $139.00 if purchased directly through Tk20.  If purchased through the university bookstore, prices may vary.
  • Financial aid may pay for the account if purchased through the bookstore.
  • Tk20 allows for 2-3 business days to activate the account after the account has been registered on CSU’s TK20 page.
  • Student accounts are active for seven (7) years.

Tk20 Resources, Tutorials, and Instructions

Roles in Tk20 provide very different user experiences.  Resources are provided below for different groups of people that may be looking for specific help.  For more general information, you can always use the documents found at Tk20's helpdesk site.  Columbus State uses version Tk20 version 8 (aka Graphite).

What is the primary role of a student in Tk20?

Students are key to data collection in Tk20; without students, there would be no data!  Students primarily will use Tk20 to submit their work for assessment, but can also build portfolios, field experience binders, and presentation portfolios to share with others.

Student Training

  • No student training scheduled at this time

Student Tutorials and Instructions

  • How to submit assignments (coming soon)
  • How to recall an assignment (coming soon)
  • How to build a portfolio from a template (coming soon)
  • How to build a presentation portfolio (coming soon)

Other Student Tk20 Resources

What is the primary role of faculty in Tk20?

Faculty are the primarily responsible for interacting with students and conducting assessments in Tk20.  Faculty will send assignments to students, set up links between TK20 and D2L, and complete observations.  Faculty can also be assigned as assessors for student portfolios and field experience binders.

Faculty Training

Faculty Tutorials and Resources

Faculty Qualifications

Program Coordinator Tutorials

Program coordinators can do everything faculty can do but also will set up assignments, portfolios, and run reports in Tk20.   Program coordinators also configure rubrics for data collection and load standards and outcomes associated with their programs.

Tk20 Support Contact Information

Thomas Dailey
Tk20/Electronic Assessment Coordinator
(706) 507-8738

During business hours, if the coordinator is unavailable and you have an urgent issue, you may contact (706) 507-8500 for support.  Contacting is usually the quickest way to reach someone who can help.