Events

Interpreting Like Deaf People Talk

Apr
25
Fri

William "Bill" Ross will present "Interpreting Like Deaf People Talk" at EKU in Rowlett 301 on Friday, April 25 from 6-9:00 pm. 

Mr. Ross will also presentn another workshop for BGASLTA which is happening the following day in the same location. 

EIPA Written Test

May
17
Sat

The EIPA Written Test is 177 questions and taken via computer. It is based on a set of knowledge standards developed by a group of experts, including Deaf consumers, interpreters, interpreter trainers, Deaf educators, and ASL linguists. It is also based on the EIPA Guidelines of Professional Conduct for Educational Interpreters.

The Dual Nature of Hierarchy in K-12 Settings

May
17
Sat

Amy Seiberlich presents "The Dual Nature of Hierarchy in K-12 Settings" via the web.  May 17, 2014 from 11:00 am - 1:00 pm.   Preregistration required.  MUST HAVE VoIP (speakers enabled on your computer to hear the presentation, no conference call number) No download needed.

There is no "I" in Team: Support and Feedback

May
20
Tue

William "Bill" Ross presents, "There is no "I" in Team: Support and Feedback" at KSD on May 20 from 8:30-4:00 pm in the Walker Hall Cafeteria.  (202 South 2nd Street, Danville, KY 40422)

Bring Your ASL to Life! Intro to ASL Depiction & Personification

May
30
Fri

Join us as Austin Andrews presents, "Bring Your ASL to Life! Intro to ASL Depiction  & Personification" at KSD (202 South 2nd Street, Danville, KY 40422) in Grow Hall.  Registration begins as 8:30 with the workshop starting at 9:00-4:30. 

"Preparing for NIC Inteviews, Using Ethical Critical Thinking Skills"

Jun
07
Sat

Understanding the purpose of having critical thinking skills in the NIC interviews & practicing scenarios using NIC rubric thinking of all possible responses or decisions.

When: June 7, 2014 9:00AM-12:00PM

Where: 1 University Drive, Campbellsville University, Campbellsville, KY 42718
 

See Attached Flyer For More Information

"Tips for Using Math and Science Signs, When to Use Sign Language or Interpret in the Classroom"

Jun
07
Sat

Use of technical signs or fingerspelling appropriately with various ages and levels in the classroom

Using abbreviations appropriately

Conceptual signing vs. use of technical signs different meanings/different ways to sign a word

When: June 7, 2014 1:00PM-5:00PM

Where: 1 University Drive, Campbellsville University, Campbellsville, KY 42718

EIPA Written Test

Sep
06
Sat

The EIPA Written Test is 177 questions and taken via computer. It is based on a set of knowledge standards developed by a group of experts, including Deaf consumers, interpreters, interpreter trainers, Deaf educators, and ASL linguists. It is also based on the EIPA Guidelines of Professional Conduct for Educational Interpreters.

EIPA Written Test

Nov
15
Sat

The EIPA Written Test is 177 questions and taken via computer. It is based on a set of knowledge standards developed by a group of experts, including Deaf consumers, interpreters, interpreter trainers, Deaf educators, and ASL linguists. It is also based on the EIPA Guidelines of Professional Conduct for Educational Interpreters.