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Title: edTPA Boot Camp


1
edTPA Boot Camp
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Spring 2015

Credit for edTPA Writing Boot Camp goes to
Illinois State University
2
What is edTPA?
How will it benefit me?
3
Agenda
  • Introductions
  • edTPA Overview Organize edTPA Handbook
  • Reviewing each section
  • edTPA Boot Camp Schedule
  • Making Good Choices Handbook
  • Dig Deep into Task 1
  • What to think about what to do what to write
  • Underline words that are unknown and discuss
  • Progression of rubrics (level 1 to level 5)- what
    do you notice?
  • Share examples for Task 1
  • Evaluate based on rubrics
  • Context for Learning (Tasks 1-3)
  • Context for Learning (Task 4)
  • Homework- what to do and bring for the next Boot
    Camp
  • Questions

4
edTPA Overview
  • Planning (Task 1)
  • Context for Learning
  • Lesson Plans
  • Instructional Materials
  • Assessments
  • Planning Commentary
  • Rubrics
  • Instruction (Task 2)
  • Video Clips
  • Instruction Commentary
  • Rubrics

5
  • Assessment (Task 3)
  • Analysis of Whole Class Assessment
  • Evaluative Criteria
  • Analysis of Learning and Feedback to THREE Focus
    Students Assessment Commentary
  • Rubrics
  • Analyzing Teaching
  • Academic Language
  • Assessment (Task 4 Mathematics)
  • Context for Learning
  • Analysis of Whole Class Assessment
  • Re-engagement lessons
  • Evaluative Criteria
  • Analysis of Learning and Feedback to THREE Focus
    Students Assessment Commentary
  • Rubrics

6
Boot Camp Schedule
  • Jan. 5 - Orientation and Introduction to Task 1
  • Jan. 20 Task 1 Review and Introduction to
    Task 2
  • Feb. 3 Task 2 Review and Introduction of
  • Task 3
  • Feb. 17 Task 3 Review and Introduction to
    Task 4
  • Feb. 24 Task 4 Review and Self Assessment
    for all four tasks.
  • March 3 Final Review and Upload to TK20

7
Reorganizing Handbook
  • Elementary Education Glossary (p. 61-67) move to
    after p. 10
  • Task 1 Go to page 11.
  • Find Context for Learning (p. 50-51) put after
    p. 11.
  • Evidence Chart (p. 55) after p. 50-51
  • Put tab marking Task 1
  • Literacy Rubric 1-5 (p. 17-21) after p. 51
  • (last page for task 1 is p. 16)

8
Task 2
  • Find Evidence Chart (p. 56) put after p. 16
  • Put a tab marking Task 2
  • Literacy Rubric 6-10 (p. 26-30) after p. 56
  • Task 2 Instructions (p. 22-25)

9
Task 3
  • Find Evidence Chart (p. 57-58) after p. 25
  • Put a tab marking Task 3
  • Literacy Rubric 11-15 (p. 35-39) after p. 58
  • Task 3 Instructions (p. 31-34)

10
Task 4
  • Task 4 begins on p. 40. Put tab marking Task 4.
  • Find Mathematics Context for Learning (p. 52-53)
    after p. 40
  • Learning Segment Overview (p. 54)
  • Evidence Charts (p. 59-60)
  • Math Rubrics (p. 46-48)
  • Math Instructions p. 41-45

11
Deep Dive into Task 1
  • Three groups
  • One group will read what students should think
    about before doing Task 1 underline any words or
    phrases that are unfamiliar be prepared to
    explain to the whole group (BIG IDEAS)
  • One group will read what students should do for
    Task 1 underline any words or phrases that are
    unfamiliar be prepared to explain to the whole
    group (BIG IDEAS)
  • One group will read what students should write
    for Task 1 underline any words or phrases that
    are unfamiliar be prepared to explain to the
    whole group (BIG IDEAS)
  • Progression of Rubrics
  • With your elbow partner, review Rubric 1- levels
    1 through 5 what do you notice about the
    progression? What words/phrases do you need
    clarification? Share with the whole group.
  • Same process and discussions for Rubrics 2-5
  • Modeling Evaluation (Instructors Model
    Evaluation)
  • After reading the response for Prompt 1 and
    reviewing Rubric 1, how would you evaluate this
    students response (remembering to base your
    evaluation on rubric language)?

12
Now, its your turn to evaluate.
  • Independently, read the responses for Prompts 2
    3 and review Rubric 2.
  • How would you evaluate this response based on the
    rubrics language?
  • With your elbow partner, share your evaluation.
  • Were there similarities in the evaluations?
    Differences?
  • Share with the whole group.
  • Same process and discussions with Prompts 2-5 and
    Rubrics 3-5.

13
Homework
  • To Do Before Bring With You to Boot Camp 2
  • Select ONE class for learning segment
  • Send home and collect video permission forms Due
    1/20/15
  • Complete Context for Learning (Template has been
    provided) Due 1/20/15
  • Develop central focus, learning segment,
    instructional materials, and assessments
  • Complete Planning Commentary (Template has been
    provided)
  • Remember Date for Boot Camp 2- 1/20/15
  • Bring all Task 1 items ( Context for
    Learning, lesson segments, instructional
    materials list, assessments, planning commentary)
    and a laptop.

14
Questions?
  • Mrs. Lyn Steed lsteed_at_westga.edu
  • Dr. Jill Drake jdrake_at_westga.edu
  • Dr. Janet Strickland jstrickl_at_westga.edu
  • Dr. Nickey Johnson - njohnson_at_westga.edu
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