Chalk & Wire Student Support

CHALK & WIRE STUDENT SUPPORT

What is Chalk & Wire?
Chalk & Wire Login Procedures
How Can I Learn How to Use Chalk & Wire?
Student Teaching Information


What is Chalk & Wire?

Chalk & Wire is an online program that allows users to create electronic portfolios. These portfolios can contain a wide variety of information and media, which can then be assessed by other users. From these assessments, reports can be generated in order to tabulate data on the institution level.

One of the main uses for Chalk & Wire here at RIC will be for submitting Observation Reports and Teacher Candidate Work Samples for Student Teaching, however Chalk & Wire can potentially be used for specific classes.

Login page for Chalk & Wire

If you have any technical questions about Chalk & Wire, please contact technical support at chalkandwire@ric.edu.


Chalk & Wire Login Procedures

All students using Chalk & Wire will need to purchase the program from the Campus Bookstore. Upon purchase, you will receive a registration code. DO NOT LOSE THIS CODE! You will need it to set-up your account on the Chalk & Wire website. If you lose the code before registering it to the site, please contact the Campus Bookstore.

If you are having trouble with your account after it is registered with Chalk & Wire, please contact technical support at chalkandwire@ric.edu.


How Can I Learn How to Use Chalk & Wire

We offer face-to-face workshops on a regular basis. These workshops tend to take place at the beginning of each semester, and the FSEHD sends out information regarding these workshops as they occur.

Additional information on Chalk & Wire workshops


Chalk & Wire guides are available through MindTouch. You can access these guides by logging into Chalk & Wire and clicking Help -> User Guide. Here are some quick links to some of the more common processes:


Additional Chalk & Wire Guides

Chalk & Wire's MindTouch Site (Complete List of User Guides)


You can contact technical support at chalkandwire@ric.edu to meet one-on-one and go over any technical issues you have.


Student Teaching Information

Additional information on Chalk & Wire for Student Teaching