RCampus Integration with edTPA

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As an approved edTPA® Platform Provider, RCampus enables students, faculty, site supervisors, and administrators to easily collect and organize artifacts, perform internal assessments and guide candidates to produce high quality results to submit to edTPA for final assessment.

To learn more, contact us.

Benefits of RCampus for edTPA

  • Candidates know exactly where to upload their work and administrators know exactly where to find it
  • Streamlined workflow with one-click submission directly to edTPA for final assessment
  • Perform outcomes-based rubric assessments with the built-in iRubric system
  • Multiple areas for text-based and multimedia feedback so that candidates have a meaningful understanding of their strengths and weaknesses
  • Generate robust reports in real-time for internal use, program review, accreditation, continuous improvement, etc.

For Institutions: Create an edTPA Assessment

  1. Open Matrices > Gallery
  2. At the bottom of the page look for edTPA items
  3. Open any edTPA item
  4. Click on Apply to on top
  5. Enter a proper name
  6. Assign it to evalutors and evaluatees

See also Matrices for more information.

For Candidates: Populate your ePortfolio

  1. Open Matrices > Assigned Matrices
  2. Open the edTPA item from the list
  3. Open Part and Task to upload to
  4. In the submissions area, upload your document
  5. If ready for local assessments, press "Submit for evaluation" at the bottom.

For Candidates: Submit your Portfolio to Pearson

  1. Obtain an Authorization Key from Pearson/edTPA
  2. In RCampus, make sure all areas are completed with your documents
  3. On top of the matrix, click on "edTPA Request"
  4. Enter your Authorization Key and press save
  5. On the next screen, press "Transfer Portfolio Assessment"
  6. Wait for Pearson to complete the assessment. You can check the status by clicking on the same "edTPA Request" button in the upcoming days.

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