What should I be collecting on prac for my Graduate Teacher Performance Assessment (GTPA)?
This is a question that gets asked about the Graduate Teacher Performance Assessment (GTPA), on repeat. You’ll find it on various Facebook groups, Twitter chats and you’ll hear it being uttered across the table at the uni coffee shop.
I get it.
The Graduate Teacher Performance Assessment (or GTPA) is going to ask you to show what you know and you’ll need evidence to prove that. Evidence means you’ll need stuff… artefacts like lesson plans, student work and more.
You want to make sure you know what to take photos of, what to photocopy and what to store away until it’s time to start putting your GTPA together.
Actually, there's a more effecient way to gather evidence for GTPA
The Graduate Teacher Performace Assessment, just like a Graduate Portfolio, is actually asking you to demonstrate that you can meet the requirements of the Graduate Standards. It’s got very specific tasks and topics it wants you to cover AND it’s about much more than the things you can collect.
In this episode, we’re going to unpack three very simple facts that will help you move forward, into your GTPA in the most efficient way possible.
If you’re listening to this before you start your final practicum then grab a pen and take notes.
This episode will move you from foggy and confused about what the GPTA is about to clear, focused and inspired to get going.
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