edTPA remediation

  • Students who score a “1” on two or more of the 15 rubrics

require successful remediation to pass student teaching.

  1. A faculty is assigned to student requiring remediation.
  2. Faculty contacts student providing the following instructions
    • Student gives student access to the edTPA in TaskStream.
    • Student reviews the rubrics and sections in which he or she got an error code or a score of 1.
    • Student writes an explanation as to why they believe they received that score.
  1. Faculty reviews the submitted edTPA
    • After reviewing the Understanding Rubric Level Progressions handbook and the faculty can adequately score the section that received an error code and verify the student should have scored at least a “2” this can conclude the remediation.
    • If not, then proceed to step 4.
  2. Faculty and student meet.
    • Faculty and student review the written explanation.
    • Any of the following can successfully conclude the remediation at the discretion of the faculty assigned to this remediation.
      • Student written explanation adequately demonstrates understanding of the deficient rubric at the level of at least a “2”.
      • Student written explanation plus further conversation between the student and faculty adequately demonstrates understanding of the deficient rubric at the level of at least a “2”
      • Student is required to redo the section of commentary receiving scores of “1” in which written explanation and conversation do not demonstrate adequate understanding.
        • Faculty will score the redone sections of commentary locally. Upon scoring locally of “2” or higher, remediation is completed.
      • Student is required to redo the entire edTPA commentary (utilizing same recorded lesson) and submit to faculty for local scoring.
      • Student is required to redo the entire edTPA commentary (utilizing new recorded lesson) and submit to faculty for local scoring.
      • Student is required to redo the entire edTPA commentary (utilizing new recorded lesson) and submit to Pearson for official scoring.
        • If student scores “1” on two or more rubrics, the remediation process will proceed as described above for the most recently scored edTPA.
  1. After successful remediation, the faculty submits a written summary of the successful remediation to the clinical director of the program pertaining to the student (campus or PEDL).