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Formative Assessment for California Teachers

BTSA Program - Empowering Educators


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Coming Events


Friday, May 9, 2015

Year 1 Participating Teachers:  Module D Document Due


Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Year 1 Participating Teachers:  Portfolio Checklist Due


Thursday, May 21, 2015,  

Year 2 Participating Teachers & their Support Providers:  Colloquium for BTSA Graduates, 3:30 - 4:30 p.m.


Our Mission

To empower educators to individualize, integrate, innovate and reflect upon their continuing professional development in order to best meet the ever-changing needs of our students, our schools and our community.

Our Goal

 To provide new teachers with a rewarding experience that builds professional skills, fosters life-long peer relationships, and establishes positive instructional practices that will impact the lives of all students and their families.

What is BTSA?

BTSA is a formative assessment for California Teachers (FACT) in which beginning teachers receive support from experienced teachers on a weekly basis in order to develop individualized growth plans aligned to the California Standards for the Teaching Profession (CSTP). BTSA is a collaborative and reflective process embedded into the teacher's job. Teachers who participate in BTSA can earn university credit as they move through the FACT system.