Marcey Wennlund, a first-year elementary school teacher in Schaumburg, Illinois, reflects on her edTPA experience and the support she received along the way in this interview following her panel presentation at the 2014 edTPA National Implementation Conference.See the video here.
SCALE is excited to share the edTPA Annotated Bibliography, developed by SCALE, with input from educators and researchers, to identify foundational research literature that informs the development of edTPA. The literature cited provides a research foundation for the role of assessment in teacher education, for the common edTPA architecture, and for each of the fifteen shared rubric constructs. We encourage educators, policy makers, programs, and teacher candidates to use the review to examine the underlying constructs of edTPA as a measure of effective teaching. Read it here
Two Illinois high school mathematics teachers share their “5 edTPA tips for cooperating teachers” in this blog published by the Center for Quality Teaching. The teachers, who have been edTPA scorers and scoring supervisors, say that edTPA is a great opportunity for teacher candidates and coordinating teachers to learn and grow as educators, and hope that their tips will it less intimidating. Read it here.