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    Call for Proposals, Registration Open for Fall edTPA Conference | Proposals Due September 7

    The National edTPA Implementation Conference organized by the Stanford Center for Assessment, Learning, and Equity (SCALE) and AACTE will be held October 24–25 at the University of California, Los Angeles. This annual 2-day gathering is open to higher education administrators, faculty, supervisors, and state education agency personnel who are seeking to deepen their understanding of edTPA and network within a learning community of edTPA users.

    Lorrie Shepard, dean of the School of Education and University Distinguished Professor at the University of Colorado at Boulder, will be the keynote speaker. SCALE is currently seeking presentation proposals to round out the conference program. The Program Committee welcomes proposals from implementers of edTPA addressing the guidelines described in the call for proposals addressing the conference theme “Implementation For and As Learning.” Submissions on other topics that provide insight into the implementation process for attendees will also be accepted. Space is limited at the conference, so not every submission can be accepted, but all will be considered.

    The deadline for proposals submission is September 7. If you are interested in submitting a proposal, please review the call and then submit your proposal online. Direct any proposal-related questions to Catherine Zozakiewicz at czozakie@stanford.edu.

    Registration for the conference is also open; visit http://edtpa.aacte.org/events to reserve your spot!

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    Valerie Fry

    Web Coordinator, AACTE

    Comments (1)

    • Ronarae (Rae) Adams


      LOVE the website, Valerie… clean, clear, easy navigation and GREAT information!


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