The State of California requires a Teaching Performance Assessment (TPA) as one of the final requirements of credential students before they become teachers. At HSU, we use EdTPA, the Performance Assessment for California Teachers to fulfill this requirement.
NOTE: WE ARE TRANSITIONING FROM PACT TO EDTPA. More info coming soon…
The following info is OLD and is from PACT.
For the Teaching Event (TE), candidates follow procedures outlined in the Elementary Mathematics Teaching Event Candidate Handbook and upload their completed Teaching Event tasks to Taskstream (see calendar of due dates below). The Teaching Events are scored by trained scorers (EED faculty, supervisors, and retired teachers). Candidates receive their score reports and debrief individually with EED faculty. If necessary, candidates may repeat one or more TE tasks and resubmit the product for scoring.
|September 12||EED 701 PACT Workshop: Location NHE102: Goodwin Forum 9:00-12:00pm|
|October 15||Context for Learning due date|
|October 15||Science CAT due date|
|November 5||Literacy CAT due date|
|November 21||Social Science CAT due date|
|December 12||EED 701 PACT Workshop: Location NHE 106 12:00-3:00pm|
|January 3-6||Give Parent Permission forms to students for parent signatures|
|January 13||Collect signed forms from students and attach to Permission Cover Page|
|January 17-20||Permission Cover Page & attached permission forms due to Credential Programs Office|
|January 21||Task 1 due, uploaded on TaskStream|
|January 25||EED 701 PACT Workshop: Location: NHE 106 9:00am - 12:00pm|
|February 11||Task 2 due: Planning, uploaded on TaskStream|
|February 11||Complete Video Elicited Lesson Reflection (Video yourself teaching; complete reflection template; meet w/ supervisor to view video together and discuss your reflections; turn in reflections to supervisor)|
|February 15||EED 701 PACT Workshop: Location: Goodwin Forum NHE 102 9:00am - 12:00pm|
|March 11||Complete video for Math TE Task 3 Instruction|
|March 11||Task 3 due: Instruction, uploaded on TaskStream|
|March 25||Task 4 due: Assessment, uploaded on TaskStream|
|April 2||Task 5 due: Reflection, uploaded on TaskStream|
|April 2 by 8:00pm||Deadline for complete Math TE upload on TaskStream; Deadline to turn in TE Authenticity Sign-Off Form|
|April 3 - April 7||Complete PACT Demographic Survey online (click on this link); submit Verification of Survey Completion to Coordinator Bryn Coriell via email (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|April 3 - April 7||Math TE scoring|
|April 10||Math TE Scores available to candidates on TaskStream|
Overview - A brief overview of PACT.
www.pacttpa.org - The official PACT website.
Supporting Documents - Teaching Event Handbooks, rubrics, making good choices.
Video editing instructions for firewire - These are instructions for PC users who want to work independently to upload video from one of our cameras to a computer and then edit their video.
Click on the links below to view/download:
Videotaping Permission Forms - Before any videotaping occurs, credential candidates need to have turned in the permission forms for all of the students in their class, signed by each student’s parent/guardian.
PACT Student Permission Forms Coversheet: To be filled out by the credential candidate, signed by Mentor Teacher & Principal, and attached on top of all of the parent permission forms.
Parent Permission Form in English: To be sent home with the student and signed by parent/guardian.
Parent Permission Form in Spanish: To be sent home with the student and signed by parent/guardian.
Video Elicited Lesson Reflection (VELR) packet (PDF)
VELR worksheet only: (PDF or Word)
Teaching Event Authenticity Sign-Off Form (PDF): for 2016-2017 credential candidates, this is due by April 1, 2017.
SIOP Lesson Plan
Candidates: Once you have completed your PACT Teaching Event, read and complete this form, then give to your University Supervisor to sign and return to the Credential Office.
As part of PACT, credential candidates film pieces of their lessons at their placement school sites. All PACT Camera equipment will be checked out via the HSU Technology Equipment Center (TEC). Equipment is offered on a first come, first serve basis.