The 2016 edTPA National Implementation Conference was the perfect opportunity to ask educators and teacher candidates to describe their experiences with edTPA. These conversations covered topics ranging from how to promote effective beginning teaching for all students to strengthening partnerships between P12 schools and educator preparation programs.
These informative conversations are captured in these new videos:
- edTPA: Strengthening P-12 and Educator Preparation Program Partnerships
- edTPA: Promoting Effective Teaching for all P-12 Students
- edTPA: Informing Meaningful Change in Educator Preparation Programs
- Kennesaw State University Graduates Reflect on edTPA
The "refreshed" 2016-17 handbooks and templates for all fields (National and Washington versions) are now available in the edTPA Resource Library. These handbooks and templates will be posted to edTPA integrated Platform Provider systems and the Pearson ePortfolio system for candidates in late June/early July 2016. Candidates should use the 2015-16 handbooks through the posted August 2016 submission dates. The 2016-17 handbooks will go into effect in September 2016.
New Resource!!! SCALE has created a set of academic language resources for the majority of edTPA subject areas. These handouts summarize the concept of academic language within the context of edTPA and provide subject-specific examples of language functions, demands, and supports. We encourage faculty/programs to use and share this go-to resource when discussing the role of academic language in edTPA with candidates.
2016-17 Submission and Reporting Dates, Additional 2015-16 Submission and Reporting Window Available
The schedule for all fields for 2016-17 has been posted on edTPA.com. An additional 2015-16 submission and reporting window has also been posted.
Retake guidelines and directions for faculty and candidates have been updated to clarify the current policies surrounding the retakes process. We encourage faculty and programs to share these enhanced resources with any candidates considering retakes.