Assessing an Assessment Portfolio

Getting Started

  1. Click on Portfolios in the sidebar, then Portfolio Assessments.
  2. Click on the name of the student whose portfolio you want to assess. Use the search function as needed.
    1. On the left, you will be able to view the portfolio description, any attached standards
      and the student’s submission.
    2. On the right, you will be able to view the binder’s assessment tool(s), grant due date
      extensions, and provide additional feedback.


Portfolio List

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Assessment Split-Screen View

Student Submissions

Students have the option to attach three different types of work.

  1. If the student has submitted a Tk20 artifact, it will be displayed on the left side of the screen. Click on the artifact name to open the attachment.


Submitted Artifacts

  1. If the student has submitted a file upload, you may click on Download to save it to your computer, or you can click on View and Annotate to open the document in your web browser.


Download or View & Annotate in Browser

  1. To annotate:
    1. Select the text you wish to annotate, then click aap_annotate (1).png to leave a comment.
    2. Click Save to to add your annotated comment.


Annotation Pop-up

          c. Click aap_annotate (1).png to edit your comment or aap_annotateTrash (1).png to delete it.

Review and Edit or Delete Annotation

Assessing Student Submissions

  1. Click on the Assessment Tools available in the right side of the screen to complete
    assessments of your student.
  2. Complete the assessment by selecting the radio button for each criterion within the
    traditional rubric, as well as any additional questions.
  3. After you have completed the form, choose one of the following actions:
    1. Save: you will save the entry and remain in the assessment tool
    2. Save & Close: you will save the entry and you will return to the previous screen
  4. Repeat this process until you have finished all assessments.
  5. When you are finished with the last form, click Submit.


  • If available, comments may be left for each criterion within the score column of the rubric.
  • Grade may be entered for the student based on the Total Score.
  • You will not be allowed to submit the portfolio until you have completed all assessment

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Rubric with Comments Under Score

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Assign a Grade

Extend the Due Date

  1. Click on the Extensions tab on the right half of the split screen.
  2. Click Edit Due Date.
  3. Select a new due date and time.
  4. Enter a comment.
  5. Click Update.


Editing Due Date

You can also refer to the video link: Assessing a Portfolio

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