Georgia’s inclusive approach to statewide implementation of edTPA is featured in this month’s issue of The State Education Standard. "Not only has edTPA changed how Georgia’s educators think about teaching and learning, it has built bridges and stronger partnerships across the state’s education community," the article says. Read the article here.
The edTPA National Implementation Conference 2016 will be held March 31 – April 2, 2016, in Savannah, Georgia. The annual event is open to P-12 partners, higher education administrators, faculty and supervisors and state education agencies. Join us to deepen your understanding of edTPA and discuss issues such as supporting and sustaining teacher success. Mark your calendar and reserve your room now at the Savannah Marriott Riverfront at 800-285-0398 or 912-233-7722. Mention the edTPA National Conference to get our conference rate. Stay tuned for more information, including a conference website.
The sixth annual Minnesota edTPA Summit, held October 7 at St. Cloud State University, focused on an issue essential to high-quality, comprehensive teacher preparation: securing and maintaining partnerships between educator preparation programs and PK-12 school districts. Roxanne Pickle, associate professor at Bemidji State University, shares three big takeaways on that issue. Click here to read Pickle’s blog