Events

ASL Immersion 2017

Jul
13
Thu

3 Day Immersion at Kentucky School for the Deaf in Kerr Hall. Free dorm housing! Due to budget contstraints, food service will NOT be provided. This training is for teachers or other professional staff who work with deaf & hard of hearing children or adults in the state of Kentucky, and who want to improve their ASL skills.  This is not for interpreters.

Best Practices in Educational Interpreters

May
31
Wed

The workshop will provide educational interpreters an ethical, safe, and informative environment for learning and discussion. Discussion and lectures will focus on some basic key issues we all face in an educational setting. I, along with participants, will offer some possible solution within these settings.

Ethical Decison Making : Basis for Trust in ASL

Jun
03
Sat

This is a six (6) hour workshop for ASL interpreters who regularly work in or who are interested to work in the court system. This workshop will ethical considerations for interpretation and hands on practice associated with decision making.

EIPA Written Test

Jun
03
Sat

Registration will open prior to the test at http://www.classroominterpreting.org/EIPA/standards/in

“Operation….Retrieving the Funny Bone”

Jun
10
Sat

Have you ever interpreted a doctor’s appointment and wondered if you signed a concept clearly? This workshop will help prepare interpreters for interpreting in medical situations. This interactive workshop will focus on gestures, classifiers, human anatomy and common medical maladies. Participants will learn how to show medical conditions versus telling about the condition.

EIPA Performance Test

Jun
10
Sat

The EIPA Performance Test will be given at EKU in the ASLIE Studio on the 2nd floor of the Wallace Building. Contact Susan Waterbury at susan.m.waterbury@gmail.com to reserve a testing time of 10am, 12pm or 2pm.

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Space, Perspective and Imagery in ASL Part 1 and Part 2

Jul
08
Sat

This workshop is desgined to enchance skills in use of space, perspective and imagery in ASL. Grammatical and linguistic use of space in ASL will be addressed. Participants will practice describing actions from different perspectives and differing viewpoints.

Our Baptist Story: Understanding Southern Baptists Today

Jul
08
Sat

The course will focus on Baptist History and polity with a major focus on that part of Baptists that are called Southern Baptists. We will study Baptist history, theology, denominational life, and the Baptist system of self-governance. Finally, we will see how knowing these things can impact an interpreter who works in a Baptist church environment.

Supporting KY Deaf and HOH Children with Karen Anderson

Jul
11
Tue

Free workshop for teachers and support staff working with students. Sessions on communication repair assessment and skill building, linking language, learning and literacy, social communication, common core standards and IEP goals. Karen Anderson, author of "Building Success in a Fast-Paced Classroom" with other special guest presenters. See flyer to register.

EIPA Written Test

Sep
09
Sat

Registration will open prior to the test at http://www.classroominterpreting.org/EIPA/standards/in

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