Keyword: Pending 0.3 CEU

Ensuring Effective Communication: A Look at Effective Feedback and Active Teaming

“As communication specialists, interpreters often have a hard time communicating for themselves. Whether through the school of hard knocks or a formal training program, we have all learned our own methods of communicating. However, these methods are not always effective nor received well. Communication is a two-way street, where lanes are sometimes blocked and often …

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Interpreting Like Deaf People Talk

“This workshop will address features that occur naturally in American Sign Language; features that may not be present in the language of second language learners. The goal of our interpreting is to use language that is most readily understood by all participants. In light of this, we must strive to adapt our interpretations and language …

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Frankenstein’s Monster: Creating a Visual Representation of the Body’s Organ Systems

“This session will be highly interactive. We will begin with a brief knowledge test of human anatomy, given in an IRAT/GRAT format. Next, participants will break up into several small groups and will rotate through a variety of stations, each dedicated to a particular organ system. At each station, participants will review the various parts …

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The Intersection of Medical and Legal Interpreting with DI/HI Teams

“This workshop is intended for those who may be working, or plan to work, in the  intersections of medical and legal. We will explore what settings are more likely  intersectional, why Deaf Interpreters increase positive outcomes, and how to navigate  the medical systems that intersect with legal interpreting. We will look at case  studies, review …

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Educational Interpreters…Really? The Value of Educational Interpreters

“Educational interpreters often get a bad rap, but the reasons people cite are often not supported by facts. When interpreters, and consequently interpreting students, hear the term “educational interpreter” the most common response is negative. But why? Those who work in a K-12 educational setting have some of the most demanding, most rewarding, highest-impact jobs …

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