16
May

May 2016 edTPA Community Newsletter

We hope you enjoy this issue of the edTPA newsletter.

As we continue to build a community to support and explore new ways to prepare effective beginning teachers, please let us know if you have stories to share from your campus or events you want to announce at edtpa@aacte.org.

11
May

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.

26
Apr

Updated retake guidelines for faculty and candidates

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.

26
Apr

2016-17 Handbook Change List

The summary list of handbook changes is now available for 2016-17. SCALE has released this list as a preview of minor handbook changes for the upcoming year.  Full handbooks and templates for use in fall 2016-summer 2017 will be posted at the end of May/early June.

30
Mar

Top 10 edTPA Resources

The “Top 10 edTPA Resources” document is now available in the Resource Library. This summary document provides a consolidated list of links to SCALE’s most important edTPA resources for faculty/programs and candidates. This list may be especially beneficial for those who are new to edTPA and gathering materials to familiarize themselves with the assessment.  We also recommend that programs/states link to this resource within any online descriptions of edTPA within their state.

Click here to access the document.”

09
Mar

Register for National edTPA Implementation Conference

The annual National edTPA Implementation Conference will be held March 31 – April 2, 2016, at the Savannah Marriott Riverfront in Savannah, GA. The conference, Building Bridges to Highly Accomplished Teaching: From Pre-Service to Teacher Leader, is open to the P-12 community, higher education faculty, supervisors and administrators and state education agencies. Click here for information and to register. For other questions, contact Nicole Merino at stanfordscale@stanford.edu.

For a full description of the conference—click here.