December 23, 2014
The edTPA® assessment prompts are written in complex sentences. There are lots of ANDs and ORs. Read each prompt carefully.
Here are a few strategies you can use to make sure you really understand each prompt :
Use the Handbook as Well as the Rubrics
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The tips were authored by Nancy Casey, Ed.D.
Nancy is a professor of teacher education at St. Bonaventure University.
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