Open Coursework for Editing After Submission

Glossary of Terms
Assessment Complete: this status means an assessor has finalized and submitted the evaluation of the assignment
Assessment Pending: this status means an assignment has been submitted by the student. This status could also indicated that an assessor has saved some or all of the evaluation, but has not yet submitted the evaluation
Late: an assignment has not been submitted and the due date has passed
Open for Editing: a student still has editing privileges on their assignment because (1) no assessment of the assignment has taken place or (2) assessment has taken place, but the assessor has taken steps to revoke the assessment and send the assignment back to the student for editing
Pending Flag: this icon denotes an assignment that has been submitted and is awaiting evaluation
Revoke: allows the assessor to rescind a submitted evaluation
Recall: allows the student to rescind a submitted assignment if no evaluation has yet taken place
Save: for students, clicking the save button stores the current assignment information in Tk20, but does not submit the assignment; for assessors, clicking the save button stores assessment information in Tk20, but does not completely submit the assessment
Submit: for the student, clicking this button means that you have completed the entire assignment, portfolio, or field experience binder* and do not wish to make any changes; for the assessor, this button finalizes the assessment

*Field experience binders may have separate due dates for various artifacts or tabs. Submitting one artifact or tab will still allow the student to work on other artifacts or tabs.


COURSES: How to make an item "Open for Editing" after Submission

1. If the student has submitted but no assessment has taken place (there is no pending flag next to the assignment name and the status is “Assessment Pending” before an assessor has begun
evaluating the assignment*).

  • The student may recall the binder themselves.
  • Within the “Courses” tab, the student will follow this click path:

1. In the side menu, click “Courses,” then click “Courses,” then click “Coursework,” then click “Assignments”


2. Locate the assignment to be recalled and check the box next to assignment
3. Click the “Recall” button


*If the status of the assignment is “Assessment Pending,” but the student is unable to recall the assignment, that means an assessor has already begun evaluating the assignment. The student will need to contact the assessor and have them follow the steps on the next page of this document.
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2. If the student has submitted and any assessment has been saved but not submitted (assignment status is “Assessment Pending”)

  • An assessor will grant an extension
  • The student will not need to recall the binder. The action of granting an extension will reopen the item for the student
  • Within the “Courses” tab, the assessor will follow this click path:
    1. In the side menu, click “Courses,” then click “Coursework,” then click “Assignments”


2. Click the name of the relevant assignment
3. Click on the name of the student who needs the extension
4. In the right-hand pane, click the second tab titled “Extensions”
5. Select the “Edit Due Date” button on the right-hand side of the window
6. Input a new due date, click the “Update” button at the
bottom of the page and the portfolio will be returned to the student



3. If the student has submitted and the assessment has been submitted (assignment status is “Assessment Complete”)

  •  The assessor must revoke the assessment.
  • The assessor may also grant an extension which would push the binder back to the student.
  • Within the “Courses” tab, the assessor will follow this click path:
    1. In the side menu, click “Courses,” then click “Coursework,” then click “Assignments”
    2. Click the name of the relevant assignment
    3. Click on the name of the student who needs the extension
    4. Click the “Revoke” button, located in the upper right-hand corner


5. The Assessment window will open in the right-hand pane. Click the second tab titled “Extensions”
6. Select the “Edit Due Date” button on the right-hand side of the window
7. Input a new due date, click the “Update” button at the bottom of the page and the portfolio will be returned to the student


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