Implementación de estatal de edTPA en preparación para pruebas de alto riesgo: Un estudio de método mixto de las preocupaciones del coordinador de edTPA

Translated title of the contribution: State-wide implementation of edTPA in preparation for high-stakes testing: A mixed-methods study of the concerns of edTPA coordinators

Joyce E. Many, Ruchi Bhatnagar, Carla Tanguay, Shaneeka Favors-Welch, Clarice Thomas, Susan Ophelia Cannon, Tamra Ogletree, Jihye Kim, Shannon Howrey, Sohyun An, Karen Kurz, Judi Wilson

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This study examined the implementation of high-stakes adoption of edTPA® in one state in the year prior to consequential use of edTPA scores for teacher licensure. Using a mixed methods design, we investigated concerns of coordinators who were responsible for edTPA implementation in their institutions. We utilized the Concerns Based Adoption Model (CBAM) to understand edTPA coordinators’ Stages of Concern, the nature of the challenges they faced, and the professional development opportunities that alleviated their concerns. Based on the CBAM survey, the most common Stage of Concern for edTPA coordinators was Management. Coordinators’ interviews revealed the nature of their concerns at different stages and how the size of their institution and supportive resources at particular times may have played a crucial role in shaping the edTPA roll-out in their institutions. The use of the CBAM framework enabled edTPA coordinators (a) to understand their own concerns about the high-stakes policy, (b) to articulate the complexities involved in implementing edTPA initiatives, and (c) to underscore the importance of relating concerns to appropriate professional development opportunities and support for themselves as well as their faculty.

Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)1-29
Number of pages29
JournalEducation Policy Analysis Archives
Volume27
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 1 2019

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Keywords

  • EdTPA policy
  • Stages of concern
  • Teacher education accountability

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Implementación de estatal de edTPA en preparación para pruebas de alto riesgo : Un estudio de método mixto de las preocupaciones del coordinador de edTPA. / Many, Joyce E.; Bhatnagar, Ruchi; Tanguay, Carla; Favors-Welch, Shaneeka; Thomas, Clarice; Cannon, Susan Ophelia; Ogletree, Tamra; Kim, Jihye; Howrey, Shannon; An, Sohyun; Kurz, Karen; Wilson, Judi.

In: Education Policy Analysis Archives, Vol. 27, 01.01.2019, p. 1-29.

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Many, Joyce E. ; Bhatnagar, Ruchi ; Tanguay, Carla ; Favors-Welch, Shaneeka ; Thomas, Clarice ; Cannon, Susan Ophelia ; Ogletree, Tamra ; Kim, Jihye ; Howrey, Shannon ; An, Sohyun ; Kurz, Karen ; Wilson, Judi. / Implementación de estatal de edTPA en preparación para pruebas de alto riesgo : Un estudio de método mixto de las preocupaciones del coordinador de edTPA. In: Education Policy Analysis Archives. 2019 ; Vol. 27. pp. 1-29.
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