Tk20

tk20 logoBeginning Fall 2016, the College of Education and Human Development incorporated a new software system—Tk20—into all of our programs. Tk20 allows students to collect their key assignments and documents in one place, view their progress through their program, document their clinical experiences, and develop a shareable portfolio for future opportunities. This system also provides a platform for planning, collection and assessment of student data and objectives to ensure that students are well prepared for their chosen professions and to satisfy assessment related requirements of internal and external stakeholders.

Login

Students, faculty, staff and unit administrators will log in using their Bronco NetID and password.

TK20 Login

External users who may need to access Tk20, including site staff, can log in using their Tk20 user ID and password.

External USER Tk20 login

Student fees

All students enrolled in a College of Education and Human Development program will be charged a one-time Tk20 activation fee of up to $100 during their first semester in the college. This fee, which will post to the student's University account, allows for access to and use of Tk20 throughout their enrollment at WMU. 

Support and resources

Tk20 resources

Tk20 provides a variety of support resources for its users. The Tk20 help desk has short step-by-step guides and some tutorial videos to help users accomplish tasks in the system. In addition, the frequently asked questions section contains contact information for Tk20 support and information regarding accessibility, compatibility and privacy.

Tk20 Help Desk

Quick Guides

Student guides

Using Tk20

Creating an application

Navigating a field experience binder

Faculty/Staff guides

Navigating Tk20

Navigating a field experience binder

University resources

Use the Tk20 question form for questions related to navigation, function and assessment in Tk20. The college's Tk20 support team will respond to queries Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Please direct questions regarding course content to the faculty associated with the specific course.

Tk20 question form