tpa100 | undergraduate
Tpa Planning And Instruction
This undergraduate-level course is 3 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Intro to edTPAÂ® and Academic Language
- Explore the edTPAÂ® Assessment Handbook for your content area focusing on procedures, expectations, requirements, and glossary terms.
- Explain academic language and how it applies to education.
- Investigate language demands associated with the academic language for your content area.
- Explain the importance of professionalism and respect of FERPA regulations when completing the edTPAÂ® project.
Preparing Artifacts and Writing Commentary
- Explore the âArtifacts and Commentary Specificationsâ for each task.
- Identify research and theory sources available to support justifications within each of the taskâs commentaries.
- Investigate the rubric level progressions assessing evidence of practice for each task.
edTPAÂ® Task 1: Planning for Instruction and Assessment
- Describe the process of choosing a central focus.
- Associate major standards with the chosen central focus.
- Outline SMART goals and objectives based on the central focus.
- Identify subject-specific pedagogy and supportive strategies to meet the needs of diverse learners.
- Describe the instructional support strategies to meet a chosen language demand for the learning segment.
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