Educational Interpreting workshop – Tyler

Educational Interpreting Workshop

September 23, 2006

TIME: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

411 E SE Loop 323
Tyler, Texas

Back to School with ETGID (East Texas Guild of Interpreters for the Deaf)

Educational Interpreting – Our Role in Language Acquisition, Presented by Erma Webb. September 23, 2006. Robert E. Lee High School Library, Tyler, Texas. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. .6 CEU

Cost – $20
Deadline to register is 9-15-06

“In the mainstream setting whether Kindergarten or Graduate School, new verbiage comes through the interpreter’s hands. This training is hands on application of techniques that foster student success.

High standards of service that are student focused and student driven including communication modes, vocabulary emphasis expansion techniques, language modeling and incidentental learning. Toss out the conduit model and understand the role of the interpreter as an educational team member. Review RID Professional Code of Conduct as it applies to educational interpreting. Learn about how to interpret lessons that will aid in student comprehension at all levels of cognitive development.

For more information contact: [email protected]

Carol Washington

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