Assessment Planning: Creating a Juried Assessment Template

Getting Started: General Information

  1. Click Planning in the side menu.
  2. From the horizontal menu at the top of your screen, click Assessment Planning.
  3. Click Juried Assessments.
  4. Click Edit/Create Templates.
  5. Click add new to create a new report template.

Step 1: Enter Basic Information

  1. Enter a name for the template. This can be a generic name, excluding specific course numbers or terms, as the template can be used multiple times for the current and subsequent semesters. When you send a Juried Assessment based on a template, you will have a chance to name the instance for better organization.

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Define Assessment Type 

  1. Enter a Description (optional).
  2. Define your assessment type.
    1. Artifact Upload: The student artifact will be individual files manually uploaded into the system.
    2. Observation: The assessment will be based on an observation, interview, or other interaction with the student. No artifacts will be uploaded.
    3. Coursework: The students have submitted coursework within Tk20.
    4. Portfolio: The students have submitted a portfolio within Tk20.
  3. Click Next.


Note(s)

  • Coursework and Portfolios are collected in Tk20.
  • Artifacts in this context refer to files uploaded by the Juried Assessment Administrator.
  • Observations in this context are not related to the Observation functionality in Courses.


Step 2: Create Assessment Jury Pool

  1. Click on add new to add potential jurors (i.e., assessors) to your jury pool.
  2. Search for your desired jurors.
  3. Place a checkmark in the box next to each user you want to add, then click Add.
  4. Select the assessment tool you want to use for assessing the student work.

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Assessment Jury Pool 

  1. Choose your assessments:
    1. If you previously selected ArtifactsCoursework, or Portfolios from Step 1: Enter Basic Information, now you will be prompted to assess all artifacts uploaded or a random sample of those artifacts.
    2. If you previously selected Observations from Step 1: Enter Basic Information, now you will be prompted to enter the number of students to be assessed.
  2. Choose the number of assessors who will review each artifact/observation:
    1. Up to four (4) assessors can review each artifact/observation.
    2. If two (2) or four (4) assessors is selected, you will also be prompted to include a tie-breaking assessment.
  3. Click Next.

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Additional Information


Step 3: Review and Finish

  1. Review your selections, then mark the template active.
  2. Click Save.  You can also refer to the video link:


 

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