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edTPA

The College of Education has adopted and implemented a teacher preparation assessment, edTPA. The edTPA is a subject-specific assessment which includes a review of a teacher candidate’s authentic teaching materials that documents and demonstrates the candidate’s ability to effectively teach subject matter to all students. The assessment is completed during the senior II semester for candidates in initial licensure programs.

For more information about the edTPA assessment:https://scale.stanford.edu/teaching/edtpa

Implementing edTPA

At the 2013 National edTPA Implementation Conference, held Nov. 1-2 at the University of San Diego, East Carolina University's use of edTPA within the College of Education is featured. Watch the videos below to see some of the highlights. For more information about the conference in its entirety, please visit the conference website.

Implementing edTPA in Small Programs: Big Change with a Small Team

East Carolina University is seeing results from using edTPA in its teacher preparation, where small groups are teaming up to improve candidate assessment and address content-specific challenges.

Now What? Using edTPA Data to Drive Improvement

East Carolina teacher educators are using edTPA data to identify and shape changes at the program and unit levels.


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ECU education student receives Fulbright Award

On: 15 Apr 2016 14:40
An ECU Honors College student and triple major Daniel Franch has been named a recipient of an English teaching assistant award from the highly-competitive Fulbright U.S. Student Program. Franch, who is graduating in May with a degree in history, history education and German, is one of 140 students in the United States to receive a […]

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Dr. Daniel Dickerson Represents ECU on Fulbright Commission Panel Addressing STEM Study Abroad Partnerships with the Czech Republic

On: 13 Apr 2016 18:33
Dr. Daniel Dickerson, associate professor in the Department of Mathematics, Science, and Instructional Technology Education and ECU STEM CoRE (Collaborative for Research in Education) Co-Director, is among a small group of scholars from across the United States selected to sit on a Fulbright Commission sponsored STEM Expert Panel to address university faculty from across the Czech […]

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Education honors student receives Fulbright award

On: 05 Apr 2016 16:00
College of Education student Daniel Franch, who is an Honors College student triple majoring in history, history education and German, received a 2016 Fulbright award from the Fulbright U.S. Student Program. Franch plans to spend next year in Germany completing an English teaching assistantship. “It seemed like an excellent opportunity to spend a year in […]

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MEASURING IMPACT: The College of Education embarks on three-year assessment plan

On: 22 Mar 2016 13:46
By Jessica Nottingham University Communication East Carolina University’s College of Education is under new leadership and on a crusade for excellence. Dr. Grant Hayes, who has been dean and distinguished professor in the College of Education since August, opened his first faculty and staff meeting asking tough questions: “What does the ECU College of Education […]

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READ Grad Students Present at Conference

On: 17 Mar 2016 13:05
Three graduate students in Reading Education and several Reading Education faculty from the Department of Literacy Studies, English Education and History Education represented ECU at the North Carolina Reading Association Conference from Sunday, March 13 to Tuesday, March 15, 2016. Students Faison Powers, Alexa Shanklin, and Amanda Tomlin participated in the Graduate Student Research poster […]

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