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  1. Welcome to edTPA Boot CampTask 2: Instructing & Engaging Students in Literacy Learning Medaille College School of EducationMary Beth ScumaciFall 2014

  2. edTPA Overview/Agenda • Setting Up Your edTPA Account at http://edtpa.com • Task 1: Planning • Task 2: Instruction • Task 3: Assessment • Task 4: Math (Elementary Education Only) • Follow Guidelines/Handbooks AND Rubrics • Video & Compressing Tips SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  3. Setting Up Your edTPA Account • A Review of the edTPA website: http://edtpa.com • Review Resources • Let’s Set Up Your Account • Follow the Candidates Page Steps in Order • Select PearsonePortfolio System • Agree to CandidatesPolicies • Enter Voucher Code SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  4. edTPA Exam Portfolio Summary Task Dashboard • Important Directions, Information,Documents, & Tips Section StartButtons SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  5. EdTPA Assessment Process Video Tutorials • Preparing your Assessment with the Pearson ePortfolioSystem (7 mins):http://www.edtpa.com/content/CAP/PreparingYourAssesment.htm • Requesting & Receiving Feedback (5 mins): http://www.edtpa.com/content/CAP/RequestingReceivingFeedback.htm • Submitting Your Assessment (3 mins): http://www.edtpa.com/content/CAP/SubmittingYourAssesment.htm SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  6. edTPA Task 2 Instructing and Engaging Students in Literacy Learning SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  7. Task 2 Things to Consider… • How will I TEACH, ENGAGE & MOTIVATE? • What do students know? • What do students need to learn next? • How will students learn it? • How will I assess students? • I do…We do…You do… • Demonstrate Respect & Positive Rapport with Students • EVIDENCE & Time Stamps SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  8. Why Should I Video Tape My Teaching? • Video offers reality. • It makes the abstract concrete. • We see and hear what really happens. • Videotaping ourselves helps us be reflective and aware of our teaching practices and behaviors. SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  9. What Do I Need to Think About? • Goal: Demonstrate how you support and engage students in literacy learning. • Learning Environment: Support respect and rapport to engage learners. • Challenge: Active learning tasks that engage learners with the central focus of the lesson. SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  10. What Do I Need to Think About? • How will you elicit and build on student responses to develop and deepen content understanding? • Connections: How will you make connections to students’ prior academic learning & personal, cultural, or community assets during your instruction? • Reflection: How will you use evidence from your instruction to examine and change your teaching practices to more effectively meet a variety of student learning needs? SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  11. What Do I Need to Do? • Identify the lesson to be taught from the learning segment in Task 1: Planning for Literacy Instruction & Assessment. • Choose lessonsthat show you interacting with students to support them to independently apply the literacy strategy to comprehend or compose text. • Will you teach a small target group or the whole class? SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  12. Video Clips • Provide evidence of your interaction with studentsto develop an essential literacy strategyand requisite skills. • Demonstrate a Respect & Positive Rapport • Teacher and student voices must be heard. • Continuous and uninterrupted. • No editing beyond the cut footage allowed • Scrubbing Allowed- must be explained in the write up • No added text, music, etc. • Length & Number Vary by Program- Handbook SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  13. Video Clips Continued • Safety & Privacy:Use first names only in the video- no other identifying characteristics- school name, last names, etc. • Analyze your teaching and students’ learning in the video clip(s) by responding to the commentary prompts. Make connections to specific time stamps in the video in your narrative. • Respond to Prompts: Respond to all prompts in the Instruction Commentary section with explicit detail. SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  14. Video Clips Continued • Additional Information Needed for Understanding?: (e.g. graphics, texts, images, comments not clearly heard, insert digital copies of transcriptions at the end of the Instructions Commentary (no more than 2 pages). • OPTIONAL: Provide evidence of Student’s language use. An additional video clip that provides evidence of students using language within the learning segment (no more than 5 minutes) and/or through Task 3 analysis of student work samples (see edTPA Handbook for details). • See Task 2: Artifacts and Commentary Specifications in the Evidence Chart for electronic submission of evidence. • Refer to the Glossary of Terms SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  15. Ethics & Permissions • Get Medaille Video Permission Forms Signed • School Permission • First Names Only • For All People in Video SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  16. Videotaping Tips Video Clip The Teaching Channel Using Video to Improve Practice 101 (5 mins) https://www.teachingchannel.org/videos/videotaping-tips-for-teachers SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  17. Filming Equipment • Your Responsibility – PRACTICE!!! • Video Your ENTRE Learning Segment SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  18. Video Tips - Tools QUALITY VIDEO and AUDIO Device • Audio & Voice Clarity Must Be Clear • Must See & Hear Teacher & Students • Get a Good Recording Device • Tripod • Charged Battery & Backup Battery • Scan Card to record to (1G =10 minutes of Taping) • No High Definition (HD) • Compression Software (see handouts) -Any Video Converter • Keep Camera as Close to Students as Possible. SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  19. Video Tips Continued • Make sure that your recording device is on and recording. • SAVEyour video in multiple places so you have several backup copies. • Save your raw footage and EDIT on a COPYof the footage. • Check the recording after the lesson to confirm audio and video quality and recording. SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  20. Video Tips Continued • Practice • Record your entire learning segment (3-5lessons) • Download footageto a computer as soon as possible. • Record from a horizonperspective instead on landscape (vertical). • Location:Light should NOT be behind your subjects, avoid taping in front of windows. SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  21. Video Tips Continued • Watch the entire lesson at least twice the day of taping- Take Good Notes. • Can you answer the task prompts completely? • Repeat steps for all learning task lessons. • See Medaille handout for Medaille computer lab information. • See edTPA/Pearson Handouts for Video Tips, Condensing Videos, & Editing Videos • Have a Back-Up Plan SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  22. Answer Prompts with Specific Details • No More than 6 pages. • Be specific, descriptive, use explicit language & GLOSSARY TERMS • Provide EVIDENCE for Prompt Narratives • Provide Clarity for Prompt Narratives SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  23. EdTPA Task 2Instructing and Engaging Students in Literacy Learning Let’s take a look at the Rubrics! Rubrics 6-10

  24. Task 2 Rubrics 6-10 • Read & Follow • Complete ALL Requirements • Vary by Program Discipline • Teacher Candidates should compare rubrics with their prompt answers to verify all requirements are met. SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  25. Rubric 6 Learning Environment How does the candidate demonstrate a positive literacy learning environment that supports students’ engagement in learning? What should it look like? • Consistency • Exemplary SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  26. Rubric 6: Learning Environment SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  27. Rubric 7 Engaging Students in Learning How does the candidate actively engage students in integrating strategies and skills to comprehend or compose text? What should it look like? • Consistency • Exemplary SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  28. Rubric 7: Engaging Students in Learning SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  29. Rubric 8 Deepening Student Learning How does the candidate elicit student responses to promote thinking and develop literacy skills and the essential strategy to comprehend and/or compose text? What should it look like? • Consistency • Exemplary SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  30. Rubric 8: Deepening Student Learning SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  31. Rubric 9 Subject-Specific: Elementary Literacy How does the candidate support students to apply the essential literacy? What should it look like? • Consistency • Exemplary SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  32. Rubric 9: Subject Specific Pedagogy: Elementary Literacy SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  33. Rubric 10 Analyzing Teacher Effectiveness How does the candidate use evidence to evaluate and change teaching practice to meet students’ varied learning needs? What should it look like? • Consistency • Exemplary SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  34. Rubric 10: Analyzing Teaching Effectiveness SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  35. Things to Think About- Lessons • No More then 6 Pages • TAPE ALL LEARNING SEGMENT LESSONS? • What is the Curriculum Connection to Literacy? • What strategy will you teach-Comprehension or Composing Text? • How will you ENGAGE STUDENTS? SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  36. Things to Think About… Promote a Positive Learning Environment • How will you demonstrate mutual respect for, rapport with, and responsiveness to students with varied needs and backgrounds, and challenge students to engage in learning? • Evidence: Provide Examples & Time Stamps SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  37. Things to Think About… Engaging Students in Learning • Provide Examples & Time Stamps • Explainhow your instruction engaged students in developing an essential literacy strategy and requisite skills. • Describe how your instruction linked students’ prior academic learning and personal, cultural, and community assets with new learning. SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  38. Things to Think About… Deepening Student Learning during Instruction • Cite examples from the video clip - Time Stamps • Explain how you elicited and built on student responses to promote thinking and apply literacy strategy using requisite skills to comprehend or compose text. MAKE CONNECTIONS! • Explain how you modeled the literacy strategy and supported students as they practiced and applied the literacy strategy in a meaningful-based context. SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  39. Things to Think About- Evidence - Analyze Teaching • Cite Examples - Include Time Stamps • What Changes would you make to your instruction for the whole class and/or for the students who need greater support or challenge-to better support student learning of the central focus (e/g/ missed opportunities)? • Consider the variety of learners in your class who may require different strategies/support, such as students with IEPs, English Language Learners, struggling readers, underperforming students or those with gaps in academic knowledge, and/or gifted students. • Why do you think these changes would improve student learning?Support your explanation with evidence of student learning and principles from theory and/or research. SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  40. How Will You Be Assessed? • You will be assessed using Rubrics 6-10 - Exception - World Languages Rubrics 5-9 • When preparing your artifacts and commentaries provide ANSWER PROMPTS &DETAILED EVIDENCE! • Refer to the rubrics frequently to guide your thinking, instruction, and writing. SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  41. Let’s Practice Critiquing a Lesson Elementary & Early Childhood Video Comparing and Contrasting Fairy Tales (K-2) (Brittany - 10 mins): http://vimeo.com/55950930 SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  42. Let’s Practice Critiquing a Lesson Adolescent Education Video “Letter From Birmingham Jail” Evidence & Arguments: Multiple Ways of Experiencing a Text(12 minutes - Grades 9-10, ELA, Literary Analysis CCSS: ELA.RI.9-10.2 ELA.W.9-10.6 ELA.SL.9-10.1a) https://www.teachingchannel.org/videos/literacy-analysis-lesson?fd=1 SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  43. The edTPA Website – www.edtpa.com • Visit the Candidates Page • Set Up Your Accounts • Pearson Verification Codes- College Supervisor SOE edTPA Boot Camp Task 2: Scumaci Fall 2014

  44. Any Video Converter Clipping & Condensing Medaille College School of Education edTPA Workshop Mary Beth Scumaci, 2014

  45. Approved File Formats & Any Video Converter URL Scumaci 2014

  46. Any Video Converter Download • http://www.any-video-converter.com/products/for_video_free/ • Follow the Prompts • Customize the Download: Uncheck the Boxes Scumaci 2014

  47. Clipping & Condensing: Video Screen Cast Tutorial http://screencast-o-matic.com/watch/c2ejY9nFB8 Scumaci 2014

  48. Any Video Converter Screen Shots Scumaci 2014

  49. Any Video Converter Upload Tips • Click the Add Video(s) button • Select Microsoft Zune WMV Movie (*.wmv) • File Size: 200-300 MB • Basic Settings • Video Size: 320x240 • Quality: Normal • Video Framerate: 25 • Video Options • Video Bitrate: 256 Scumaci 2014

  50. Any Video Converter Clipping & Compressing Tips • Uploaded Video Bar • Scissors Clipping Tool Scumaci 2014