Deaf Interpreter Curriculum--A Panel Discussion Monday, January 5, 2015 7:00-8:00 p.m. (Eastern)
Panelists--Jennifer Briggs, Rayni Plaster, and Keven Poore
Summary: Please join our rescheduled discussion among a panel of DI trainers on the content and promise of the newly unveiled Deaf Interpreter Curriculum. The panel discussion will look at the rationale for a distinctive curriculum for preparing Deaf interpreters, plans for implementation, and where you can find information that will help you take advantage of this resource. Target Audience:Deaf Interpreters, interpreting educators, program administrators, and others interested in accessing instructional content to train Deaf Interpreters. Northeastern University is approved by the RID CMP to sponsor continuing education activities. The webinar is offered for 0.1 CEUs or ACET credits in the content area of Professional Studies and has an instructional level of Teaching.
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***Online National DeafBlind Conference***
This is an exciting opportunity to highlight the work of DeafBlind leaders across the country. It is taking place on January 24-25, 2015 in an online webinar platform.
To register select one of the following links:
Day 1 only - January 24, 2015
Day 2 only - January 25, 2015
2-Day Conference - January 24 & 25, 2015
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VRSII Interpreter Educator Symposium (March 4 - 6, 2015)
Please join us for this three-day symposium offered in collaboration with VRSII! Participants will have the opportunity to explore and analyze an array of educational resources developed with federal grant funds by NCIEC. Participants will apply NCIEC resources to individual contexts to enhance the effectiveness of teaching and mentoring with practical, ready-to-use materials. At the close of the symposium, participants will be given full access to all NCIEC resources for their use.
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