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Whats included:Lesson Plan Outline w/ ExamplesI have helped over 20 students, since January 2021, complete and pass their edTPA standardized performance assessment. For more information on this you can head on over to my profile.Since you are here I am assuming that you are probably already stressing over the cumbersome and extensive guidelines and rubrics that are being thrown at you. Your mentor teacher has no idea how to help you and you are feeling lost and overwhelmed. Sound familiar? Don't
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If you are struggling with the edpta and do not know where to start you're in luck! Here is an example of planning commentary (task 1) for the edTPA Elementary Math assessment. My overall score was a 55. You may refer to this as an example of a passing Planning Commentary.
Here are edTPA Lesson Plans that can be used as an example. They include my 3 lessons for the Literacy Task for Elementary. With these, I scored a 54 on the edTPA. They belong to me and have been submitted and evaluated by edTPA, but can be used as a good example for you as you work to pass the evaluation.
Welcome toedTPA guidance!! Are you going through the edTPA process and stressing out about what a passing portfolio looks like? You will be so happy with this purchase and guidance through it all. My edTPA was submitted in November, 2018 and I received a passing score of 56 out of 75!! A 56 will allow you to teach in ANY state. I received the highest score EVER in my program and my University uses my portfolio as an example to guide the educators. This purchase includes the complete Task 1 for t
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K - 6th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
In order to score well on edTPA, you MUST follow the rubrics. If you can provide the explicit evidence the rubrics require in your responses to the commentaries, you can almost guarantee your scores. edTPA gives you all of this information in a 40+ page Rubric Level Progressions document (content specific) that provides specific examples of what is needed to score each level on each of the 15 rubrics. No wonder no one takes the time to go through these! How time consuming! But that is what I hav
This includes all of my edTPA Tasks 1-4I completed the edTPA in April of 2021 scoring a 58/90. Using examples helped me so much! I have decided to put mine on TpT to use as an example. I did my edTPA in Kindergarten and found it was a bit more tricky to meet everything I needed. I hope this helps you to get yours finished. Good Luck!This example shall ONLY be used as an example for you. Copying or replicating responses from this example violates the edTPA policies and will not grade your submiss
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K - 5th, Higher Education, Not Grade Specific
This high-scoring portfolio includes all parts of Elementary Literacy task 1. All edTPA logos have been removed for copyright purposes. All CONTENT intact and is MINE.Pay attention to my highlighted text, as this was a great tip I received to boost your score! This edTPA is easy to understand and does not sound like a rocket scientist wrote it! I had a hard time finding a sample that I understood which is why I decided to offer mine here on TpT after passing!This sample may be used as an example
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K - 5th
Hello to everyone beginning to tackle EdTPA! I'm adding my ELA lesson plans from Elementary Task 1. This EdTPA portfolio (tasks 1-4, including mathematics) scored a 52, slightly above the national average. You can purchase the individual Tasks (including all parts: commentaries, assessment information, and examples of student work), scoring rubric, or Portfolio bundle (save $10) here:Task 1Task 2Task 3Task 4EdTPA Portfolio: BundleScoring Rubrics
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1st - 6th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Welcome to edTPA guidance!! Are you going through the edTPA process and stressing out about what a passing portfolio looks like? You will be so happy with this purchase and guidance through it all. My edTPA was submitted in November, 2018 and I received a passing score of 56 out of 75!! A 56 will allow you to teach in ANY state. I received the highest score EVER in my program and my University uses my portfolio as an example to guide the educators.If you're looking for examples of Task 1, Task 2
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K - 6th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
This includes all 3 ELA lessons for task 1 that I used for my edTPA. I also received an award from my college for these plans.I completed the edTPA in April of 2021 scoring a 58/90. Using examples helped me so much!I have decided to put mine on TpT to use as an example. I did my edTPA in Kindergarten and found it was a bit more tricky to meet everything I needed. I hope this helps you to get yours finished. Good Luck!*This is included in the Task 1 bundle This example shall ONLY be used as an e
Welcome to edTPA guidance!! Are you going through the edTPA process and stressing out about what a passing portfolio looks like? You will be so happy with this purchase and guidance through it all. My edTPA was submitted in November, 2018 and I received a passing score of 56 out of 75!! A 56 will allow you to teach in ANY state. I received the highest score EVER in my program and my University uses my portfolio as an example to guide the educators.This purchase includes the complete Task 1 for t
Completed: TASK 1: Lesson Plans for Learning Segment2nd Grade Classroom: Reading Lesson PlanThis PDF document was submitted to Pearson on the edTPA website on November 5th, 2019. My page includes ALL required submitted work, except videos of instruction. This edTPA PASSED with an overachieving score. This shall ONLY be used as an example and model for training purposes ONLY. Copying or replicating responses from this example for use on personal profile VIOLATES edTPA policies and will be rejecte
What’s included?Passed edTPA portfolio containing tasks 1-3. Inside you will find ALL tasks broken down into parts and in the order that you will submit. All parts are clearly labeled and you will find everything from beginning to end that you will need to submit. This resource should serve as a guide and example. Please make careful note of what I have included in bold (tip I received to boost score) and follow my example to ensure that you pass. Make sure you explicitly answer what is asked, a
Do you feel more confident when you have a concrete example to review before completing an important assignment? My edTPA submission is a great resource to guide your academic language when completing your edTPA commentary. My edTPA received an outstanding score of 69 out of 90!! A 46 will allow you to teach in ANY state. I received the highest score at my University, and I am proud to offer my submission as a resource in completing your edTPA profile. This purchase includes ALL tasks for the ed
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K - 4th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This is my personal EdTPA Elementary Education Assessment with tasks 1 through 4. I completed the edTPA in March of 2022 scoring a 54/90 (EDTPA scoring rubric in preview slot), and I figured to post my completed assessment to help other teachers working on this assessment. This is a digital document where I put all the tasks in one file accumulating to over 120 pages of the assessment. The plans are geared towards a 2nd grade Dual-Language Classroom - Everything is in English with the exception
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1st - 6th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Completed TASK 1, 2, 3 & 4 of the edTPA elementary literacy w/math portfolio. I completed the portfolio in April of 2022 and scored a 61! This portfolio was completed using a kindergarten class.This portfolio will be helpful for those who need a dependable example.This example shall ONLY be used as an example for you. Copying or replicating responses violates the edTPA policies and your submission will not pass.
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Not Grade Specific
If you are struggling with the edTPA and do not know where to start or what the scorers may be looking for here are examples of all 3 Elementary Math (4th grade) commentaries for tasks 1-3. I scored 55 over all while teaching in a virtual learning environment. You may use this example as a reference to see what the scorers are looking for.
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K - 8th
EDTPA Physical Education Example (Bundle)Context of Learning, Task 1 Planning Commentary, Task 2 Instruction Commentary, Task 3 Assessment Commentary, Student Work Samples (focus students) with feedback, Fitness Unit Plan with detailed lessons aligned with PE Standards, Assessment activities including visual prompts for ESL and special education students.
The edTPA is a stressful process but by looking at a passing portfolio, you will understand what is required of you in order to pass this time-consuming assessment and turn that stress into productivity. This file contains my materials I submitted in Task 1, 2, 3 and 4 to get an overall passing score of 58 out of 90 on my edTPA for Literacy with Mathematics Task 4 in the May of 2022. This score is passing for every state in which this assessment is required. The best of luck to you! :)*edTPA log
Are you struggling to understand how to even begin the edTPA? Are you teaching remotely or in a hybrid setting and unsure of how to complete the required tasks? Fear not, it can be done! I scored a 57 overall on the edTPA, despite the limitations imposed by COVID-19 safety precautions.This Literacy Planning Commentary is available as an *example* resource to help you get moving in the right direction. Notice the way I address the specific prompts in my responses - this is KEY to passing! Check o
Completed TASK 1, 2, & 3 of the edTPA elementary literacy w/math portfolio. I completed the portfolio in April of 2022 and scored a 61! This portfolio was completed using a kindergarten class.This portfolio will be helpful for those who need a dependable example.This example shall ONLY be used as an example for you. Copying or replicating responses violates the edTPA policies and your submission will not pass.
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Not Grade Specific
This is a combination of the examples, which include Task 1 Planning Commentary, Task 2 Instruction Commentary, and Task 3 Assessment Commentary for edTPA World Language (Japanese)! However, this document can not be copied and submitted as it will show up as plagiarized. This is to serve as a guide for developing your portfolio!
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10th - 12th
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Do you feel more confident when you have a concrete example to review before completing an important assignment? My edTPA submission is a great resource to guide your academic language when completing your edTPA commentary. My edTPA received an outstanding score of 69 out of 90!! A 46 will allow you to teach in ANY state. I received the highest score at my University, and I am proud to offer my submission as a resource in completing your edTPA profile. This purchase includes tasks 1, 2, & 3
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K - 4th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This includes all of Task 1 for the edTPA. Part A: Literacy Context for Learning InformationPart B: Lesson Plans for Learning SegmentPart C: Instructional MaterialsPart D: Literacy AssessmentsPart E: Literacy Planning CommentaryI completed the edTPA in April of 2021 scoring a 58/90. Using examples helped me so much! I have decided to put mine on TpT to use as an example. I did my edTPA in Kindergarten and found it was a bit more tricky to meet everything I needed. I hope this helps you to get yo
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K - 2nd, Not Grade Specific

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