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A performance assessment for teacher
candidates
February 21, 2015 Workshop
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Welcome
 Greetings
and Overview
 Checking
in – permission slips
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Revisiting:
Architecture of the edTPA
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Task #1: Planning for Instruction &
Assessment
Artifacts
include: Context for Learning,
Lesson Plans, Instructional Materials,
Assessments, Commentary
 Planning
for Learning
 Planning to Support Varied Student Learning
Needs
 Using Knowledge of Students to Inform
Teaching & Learning
 Identifying & Supporting Language Demands
 Planning Assessments to Monitor & Support
Student Learning
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Task #2: Instructing & Engaging
Students in Learning
Artifacts
Include: Video Clip(s),
Commentary
 Learning Environments
 Engaging Students in Learning
 Deepening Student Learning
 Subject-Specific Pedagogy
 Analyzing Teaching Effectiveness
+ Task #3: Assessing Student Learning
Artifacts
include: Student Work Samples,
Evidence of Feedback, Evaluation
Criteria Commentary
 Analysis of Student Learning
 Providing Feedback to Guide Further
Learning
 Student Use of Feedback
 Analyzing Students’ Language Use and
Literacy
 Using Assessment to Inform instruction
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Task 1 - Planning
 First, Let’s
review the Lesson Plan
Framework
 Questions?
Wonderings? Discoveries?
 Next, Let’s
review your Handbook re: Task I
 Planning and Commentary (note page
limits)
 Questions? Wonderings?
Discoveries?
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Next: peer feedback
 In
groups of two or three:
 Exchange
your sample lesson plan and context
description.
 Using
the guiding questions on the Peer Review &
Feedback sheet – read through and study one
another’s plans and context description.
 Offer
suggestions for clarity, quality and edits
according to the Peer Review Sheet.
 Discuss
your suggestions and discuss what might
be included in Commentary!
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Short Break &
Reconvene in room 105/107
Task
2 - Instruction
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Task 2 - Instruction
 Now, Let’s
review your Handbook re: Task II
 Instruction and Commentary (note specific
guidelines)
 Video Clip – how many minutes?
 Commentary how many pages?
 etc
 Questions? Wonderings?
Discoveries?
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Overview of edTPA – Task 2
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edTPA TASK 2 Rubrics 6-10
● Classroom video techniques
● Trim/Save/Submit video using video editing tools
● Pearson’s video specifications
● Integrate your video as part of the commentary
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Video Recording
Requirements:
1. Digital video camera
2. Tripod/Swivl Device
3. Other recording devices
4. Device mounts
5. Audio devices
We have some of these and
you can sign them out to use
them.
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Import Video to
MovieMaker
Click here to start a New Project
Click here to Add video clip to
timeline
( Browse media to access clip)
Click here to Import video from
device
(Your device must be
connected)
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Trim Video - Movie Maker
1.
2.
3.
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Add video clip to timeline
Click Edit
Click Trim Tool
Sliders appear below Preview
window
5. Use sliders to select portion
to trim
6. Click Trim Tool
7. Trim Window appears
8. Use Set Start/End Point for
frame precision
9. Click Save trim
10.Only the trim remains on
timeline
11.Click Save movie
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Pearson Video
Specification
● File Size
○ Maximum - 500 Mb
○ Recommended - 200-300 Mb
○ Email setting - 11 Mb/min of video (20 min = 220Mb) *
○ Recommended setting - 72 Mb/min of video (20 min =
1440Mb)
● Resolution
○ 320 x 240
○ 640 x 480
○ HD - file size too large ( not recommended)
● Frame Rotation
○ Landscape aspect ratio 16:9
○ Portrait aspect ratio 4:3
● Frame Rate - 25 or 30 fps ( default)
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Save Video
● Click here in MM
● Point cursor to Save movie
● Select Email option (why - class
discussion)
● Name your video file - note the file
format (.H264)
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Video Compression
What if video file size is too large?
1. Verify video file size
2. Over the limit - compress video
3. Use Free Any Video Converter Pearson recommendation
4. Or use Handbrake
● Both video tools needs to be installed
in your computer
(Not sure if administrative privileges will
allow you install them in Lab PC’s)
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Video Compression
1. Add or Drag video clip to
be compressed
2. Click Customized WMV
Movie
3. Select movie output file
format (mp4)
4. Click Convert Now
5. Go Explorer - Libraries Video - AVC folder to get
compressed video clip
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Video Compression - Handbrake
1. Click to Source to add video
clip
2. Browse to select video
destination
3. Select Output setting
4. Select Video codec - H.264
5. Select Constant Frame
6. Select Normal preset
7. Click Start button
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Leave every other setting as is or
go to link for extensive tutorials
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No Video Consent – What to do
Blur face of student face(s) in edTPA
video – in case of emergency. Generally
focus on backs of student heads.
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Chalk & Wire
Uploading Video
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Log in Page
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Dashboard
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Work
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My Coursework
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Select your edTPA Portfolio
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Right click : edit Portfolio
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Select Task 2: Video
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Add Content
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Upload File (Drag and Drop)
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Short Break
Reconvene in room 116
 Task
3 - Assessment
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Task 3 - Assessment
 Let’s
review your Handbook re: Task 3
Planning and Commentary (note page
limits)
 Questions? Wonderings?
Discoveries?
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Next: peer collaboration
 In
groups of two or three:
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Look at your work samples
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Using the guiding questions on the Peer Collaboration sheet
– together study your work samples and discuss assessment
and feedback
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Offer suggestions for clarity, quality and reporting format as
relevant.
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Also, discuss what might be included in Commentary!
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Tips for You
from Pilot Group – Fall 2014
Task
1
 Write
exactly what you are doing
 Be sure to use the Gradual Release of
Responsibility model
 Select lessons you are excited to teach
and incorporate multiple types of learning
for your students
 Find a unit that naturally has large and
small group activities
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 Task
1 Commentary
 Explain your classroom and learners well
to create a picture of how your classroom
works
 Be thorough in your wordings
 Say everything you think about
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Task 2 Video
 Take video before taping lesson, know
how to upload/change format of video
 Videotape everything, watch everything
and pick the best clip
 Use a device that will capture your voice
 Record a few lessons with different
devices – record a lot and choose which
ones you like
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Task 2 Commentary
 Explain everything
 Write until you cannot write anymore –
don’t be superficial
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Task 3 Assessments
 Explain why used
 Use to inform instruction and deepen
student learning
 Have assessments that allow you to
provide in-depth feedback and ones that
you can reflect on and learn from
 Make sure answers are not just
right/wrong
 Make sure they align closely with your
learning target & standards
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 Task
3 Commentary
 Explain why there were successes and
failures
 Reflect on what you did well and need to
improve on
 This is the time to reflect how this process
has affected you as a teacher – and show
that
 Talk about standards along with the
questions asked
 Detail!
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Lunch Break 12:15
 We
will reconvene by 1:15 in Room 105 for
optional lab work or additional assistance.
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Resources for Assistance
with edTPA
 UWSP
School of Education-edTPA
http://www.uwsp.edu/education/Pages/e
dtpa.aspx
 Wisconsin Department of Public
Instruction
 http://tepdl.dpi.wi.gov/epp/edtpa
 Chalk & Wire
 www.chalkandwire.com/uwsp
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Campus Contacts for Support
with edTPA
 Cathleen
Olds
 edTPA Coordinator, UWSP
 [email protected]
 Leslie
McClain
 Professor, School of Education, UWSP
 [email protected]
 Kele
Anyanwu
 Professor, School of Education, UWSP
 [email protected]
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Thank
you
for your efforts with edTPA
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