Archive‎ > ‎tpa-communications‎ > ‎

edTPA 2012-13 Handbooks and Templates

posted Jan 14, 2013, 7:22 AM by Patti Larriva

email sent to edTPA coordinators, January 11, 2013

Dear edTPA Coordinators,

This announcement contains new information regarding edTPA™ 2012-2013 Handbooks and Templates.

Please share this information with faculty at your institution participating in edTPA*.  The links below are to secure pages accessible to edTPA Coordinators and faculty.  For candidate access, please post the Errata list and templates in the same secure location where candidates access handbooks at your institution.

  • Version 2 of the Special Education Handbook and Templates (National and Washington) are now available for download.
  • Version 2 of the Physical Education Templates (National and Washington) are now available for download.
  • An updated Errata sheet listing updates to edTPA 2012-2013 Operational Handbooks and Templates is now posted.

To access, please see your edTPA coordinator at your institution. Visit here for a list of the edTPA coordinators

This page contains links to Templates and to the latest Errata sheet.

  • The Handbook Release Schedule has been updated to include Literacy Specialist (National) with a release date of 2/26.

            To view the Release Schedule, go to the Handbooks page of the   http://edtpa.com website.        

If you have any questions, please contact: edTPA-IHE-Support@pearson.com

* Stanford University faculty and staff at the Stanford Center for Assessment, Learning, and Equity (SCALE) developed edTPA™, formerly the Teacher Performance Assessment. They received substantive advice and feedback from teachers and teacher educators and drew from experience gained from over 25 years of developing performance-based assessments of teaching (including the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS), the Interstate Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (InTASC) Standards portfolio, and the Performance Assessment for California Teachers). The design and review teams have included over 200 university faculty, national subject-matter organization representatives (e.g., NCTM, NCTE, NSTA, etc.), and K–12 teachers. Stanford University is the exclusive author and owner of edTPA. 

Comments