At the conclusion of each semester, the
School of Education faculty will convene to analyze the progress of candidates
as individuals and in the aggregate. Candidates are evaluated by Cohorts moving
across the five semester sequence of Early Childhood courses. Anderson
University School of Education utilizes the tk20 data management system to
collect, organize, and report data. In collaboration with the unit’s Data
Manager, the Early Childhood Program Faculty Coordinator prepares the candidate
reports prior to the meeting for faculty review.
Components of the Semester Benchmark Meetings are as follows:
At the conclusion of each candidate’s review, the faculty determines the candidate’s standing in the program. Candidates are notified in writing of faculty benchmark evaluations within two weeks of the benchmark meeting.
Tk20 ASSESSMENT SYSTEM
Tk20 is a comprehensive system that provides a rich set of assessment data management tools to help track and enhance our student’s growth, as well as make our assessment and accountability tasks more efficient and effective. A one time subscription fee of $103 is automatically billed to the student's account upon registration for the EDUC 2110: Educational Psychology course. Education students will have access to Tk20 for ten years to build their professional portfolio and support career advancement.
The system enables students to participate and manage their academic activities throughout their college experience. This system allows students to:
LIST OF KEY ASSESSMENTS