As of July 1, 2017, Chalk and Wire Accounts are free to all education majors. Please contact Dena Silver firstname.lastname@example.org if you need a new or renewal account. I. Welcome to the College of Education's Chalk and Wire Page. Below are a list of resources to assist you in setting up your chalk and wire account. The COE has prepared written and digital directions to assist you. Chalk & Wire is a web based e-portfolio system required for all candidates in the College of Education. Using Chalk & Wire, you can build an unlimited number of showcase or career-search portfolios while you are in school and long afterward. Your portfolio(s) can demonstrate a single skill or multiple skills. You can showcase a collection of artifacts that reveal a variety of accomplishments, as well as display how you have fulfilled assignments. You can also reveal their reflections on assessments and benchmark performance tasks required throughout your academic and working careers. Here are the written directions with screen shots to assist you: Candidates: Candiate CW TOC and Upload Instructions pdf Assessors: Assessor Quick Start Guide pdf NOTE: PLEASE BE SURE TO USE YOUR WPU email address and 2) use Monaco font. On-line: II. Selecting your portfolio/Table of Contents (TOC) Once you receive your login credentials by email, you will need to select the correct portfolio/Table of Contents. Scroll down to your program and watch the video clip on how to select the correct portfolio/Table of Contents: Initial teacher preparation programs Initial Programs Early Childhood P3 Undergraduate Early Childhood with TSD Undergraduate Elementary Education K-6 & K-6/5-8 Undergraduate Elementary Education K-6 & K-6/5-8 Undergraduate Art K-12 Undergraduate Secondary English Secondary Math Secondary Science Social Studies K-12 Undergraduate World Language K-12 Undergraduate Music Education Undergraduate Physical Education Physical and Health Education K-12 MAT Elementary Education K-6 MAT Secondary Art MAT Secondary English MAT Secondary Math MAT Secondary Science MAT Secondary Social Studies MAT Secondary World Languages MAT Music Advanced Programs (M.Ed) Educational Leadership (M.Ed) Literacy Education M.Ed C&L Bilingual Concentration M.Ed C&L ESL (TESOL) M.Ed C&L Early Childhood (P-3) M.Ed C&L Middle and High School Math M.Ed C&L Teaching Children Mathematics M.Ed C&L School Library Media Specialist *Autism Spectrum Disorders and Other Severe Disabilities M.Ed Learning Disabilities Teaching Consultant M.Ed Teacher of Students with Disabilities (TSD) Endorsements Bi-Lingual ESL Special Education TSD Undergraduate Bi-Lingual ESL Special Education TSD Graduate Learning Disabilities Teacher Consultant (LDTC) Library School Media Associate School Library Media Specialist School Library Media Specialist Middle School Math Principal Reading Specialist Supervisory Alt Route Early Childhood CE (Alt Route) MAT Secondary Art- CE (Alt Route) MAT Secondary English- CE (Alt Route) MAT Secondary Mathematics- CE (Alt Route) MAT Secondary Science- CE (Alt Route) MAT Secondary Social Studies- CE (Alt Route) MAT Secondary World Languages- CE (Alt Route) MAT Music- CE (Alt Route) TSD- CE (Alt Route) Associate School Library Media Specialist - Alternate Route School Library Media Specialist - Alternate Route Other Professional Programs M.A Higher Education Admin M.Ed Clinical Mental Health M.Ed School Counselor Additional Links Initial PDA Advanced PDA edTPA Let S17 TOC edTPA Pearson TOC PDA Self-Assessment For assessors assessing edTPA Teacher Candidates Curriculum & Learning (M.Ed): 5 concentrations Special Ed. (M.Ed): 3 concentrations Endorsements Library Media (4 concentrations) Associate School Library Media Specialist - Alternate Route School Library Media Specialist School Library Media Specialist - Alternate Route Professional Dispositions Assessment (PDA) Once of the COE's unit assessments is the PDA. Videos were created to assist you with launching your PDA to your instructor. Click here for the video for initial PDA: Click here for the video for the Advanced PDA: edTPA & ChalkandWire CNW is the platform the COE is suing to submit your edTPA portfolio to Pearson. Here is a video to show you how to create/upload your edTPA LET TOC: Here is a video to show you how to create/upload you edTPA Pearson TOC: ChalkandWire questions? Please contact Dena Silver email@example.com or (973) 720-6240, only if you experience issues after logging into chalkandwire. The local system administrator does not provide student accounts or correct code issues. You must purchase accounts from the bookstore and/or refer code issues to the bookstore.