Events

Cartography for Interpreters: Discourse Mapping

Mar
03
Fri

Educational discourse is highly structured, with predictable and repeated patterns through all grades and types of classroom activities.  Interpreters need to have strong mental maps of these discourse types and be able to express them clearly through use of space and prosodic features in ASL.  This workshop will use a combination of discussion and interactive activities to develop th

Making your Case: Case Conferencing for Interpreters

Mar
03
Fri

In the quest for the best practices, the field of interpreting and transliterating have borrowed from other professions to support the delivery of quality services.  One of those techniques taken from the medical field is case conferencing to hone what Rushworth Kidder terms ethical fitness.

Ethical Decison Making with Spongebob Squarepants

Mar
04
Sat

Attendees will explore the Demand Control Schema (DC-S) and the Code of Professional Conduct to discover that the concept of “Right vs Wrong” is often actually a decision of “Right vs. Also Right”.  Why should interpreters use the DC-S?  What kind of controls do we, as interpreters, have?

Strategies for Interpreting in the Classroom To Foster Student Development

Mar
04
Sat

Interpreting in an educational setting has specific challenges because students are in a process of learning about their world and how it is best navigated. For students who receive their education, through interpretation, there are special considerations necessary for how to make the classroom experience successful.

Best Practices in Educational Interpreters

Mar
18
Sat

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.

SSP Training

Apr
06
Thu

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ASLA Performance

Apr
21
Fri

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BGASLTA Spring Workshop

Apr
22
Sat

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It's a Touchy Subject

Apr
29
Sat

This workshop is designed to explore subjects in the educational setting that can be a bit touchy to interpret. We will take an in-depth look at Family Life in the K-12 setting and how interpreters can be better prepared to approach the subject in the most professional way.

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