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  • General Information & Tips

    Tk20 recommends using the web browser Google Chrome. Internet Explorer tends to cause the most issues with the Tk20 system.

    Make sure your browser is up-to-date for the best Tk20 performance.

    Avoid using your browser's "Back" button while working in Tk20. Use Tk20's buttons (Save, Cancel, etc.), tabs, and side menu items.

    Do not open Tk20 in multiple browsers or tabs at a time. The system may not operate or save information correctly.

  • Student Accounts

    All students, regardless of affiliated major and college, enrolled courses requiring Tk20 must purchase an account and submit the appropriate coursework.

    All types of licensure students are required to purchase Tk20. This includes, but is not limited to, transitional/job-embedded, add-on endorsement, CTE, INSL, and any other initial or advanced licensure programs.

    Tk20 allows for 2-3 business days to activate student accounts after purchase. Students cannot log in until the account is activated.

    Failure to purchase Tk20 can result in a zero for Tk20 assignments and/or final course grade reduced a full letter.

    Tk20 Student Resources

    Tk20 Frequently Asked Questions for Students

  • Faculty Logins

    If you have been listed as a course's instructor of record, Banner loaded you as a faculty member in Tk20.

    Use your Tech email username (without the "") and password to log into Tk20.

    Faculty passwords must be changed through the ITS website. Follow the Self-Help Guide or contact the ITS Help Desk at 931.372.3975 for further assistance.

  • Forms & Resources

    Checking Course Rosters & a Student's Account Status

    Use this guide to check your course rosters and determine if a student has purchased and activated their Tk20 account.

    College of Education Data Request Form

    Key Assessment Matrix Template

    Download the template to your computer. Enter one assignment per line in the matrix and email it to the Unit Administrator. If possible, please complete as a program.

    Example of a 4-Point Tk20 Rubric

  • Applications
  • Assignments

    Checking Course Rosters & a Student's Account Status

    Use this guide to check your course rosters and determine if a student has purchased and activated their Tk20 account.

    Grading Assignments

    A quick guide to grading in Tk20.

    Changing an Assignment's Due Date for a Class

    The process modifies an assignment’s due date for all students in a class. Use this method if you need to update the due date for your class schedule, grant an extension, or re-open/unlock an assignment for submissions for an entire class.

    Changing an Assignment's Due Date for a Student

    The process modifies an assignment's due date for individual students, not an entire class. Use this method if you need to grant an extension or re-open/unlock an assignment for an individual student.

    Deleting an Assignment for a Student

    Use this guide to delete an assignment for a student that will not submit the assignment. For example, you can delete an assignment for a student that dropped the course.

    Deleting an Assignment for a Class

    Use this guide to delete an assignment for an entire class.

  • ilearn & Tk20

    NOTE: Assignments must be loaded in Tk20 before creating a link to them in iLearn or refreshing the link in later semesters.

    Creating a Tk20 Assignment Link in iLearn

    Use this guide to create the initial link to a course's Tk20 assignment(s) in iLearn and gradebook. The gradebook can only connect to one Tk20 assignment per course. Students must upload and submit the assignment via Tk20 for the gradebook connection to work.

    Grading a Tk20 Assignment in iLearn

    The guide illustrates how to grade a student's Tk20 submission in iLearn and submit their score to the iLearn gradebook.

  • Field & Clinical Experience

    NOTE: Students must have purchased and activated their Tk20 account before they can be placed in any field experience.

    Allow at least one week for placements and binders to be loaded into Tk20.


    Observation Lesson Plan Template (Does not have Rationale column.)

    SPED Observation Lesson Plan Template

    EXPW Observation Lesson Plan Template


    Uploading Placements and Binders to Tk20:

    • Download and complete the Field Experience Placement Template.
    • Email the completed template to the Unit Administrator.
    • In the email, include answers to the following questions:
      • Will the student need to submit any items to the field experience binder? (Full or Modified/Practicum Self Assessments, Lesson Plans, Reflection Papers, etc.)
      • How many observations need to be in the binder and what observation evaluation form do you want to use? (Full TEAM Rubric, Modified TEAM/Practicum Observation Form, Internship Evaluation Form, etc.)
      • Will the mentor/site supervisor complete an evaluation on the candidate?


    If applicable, the Context for Learning is automatically loaded for students in teacher licensure practicum binders.

    The Unit Administrator will contact you if there are any issues with mentor teacher emails, unpaid student accounts, etc.

    Check the Tk20 Mentor Teacher Resources page for mentor guides and tips.

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Tk20 Help Desk
Bartoo Hall, Rm. 213
P: 931-372-3856