“Professional Development Planning: Deliberate Practice is Necessary to Improve EIPA Scores” video conference/workshop is open to educational interpreters, K-12 interpreter mentors, and individuals supervising or working with educational interpreters. Freelance interpreters and interpreting students may also benefit. Frances J. Beaurivage (opens […]
“Incorporating Non-Manual Markers/Signals: Broaden Your Understanding and Ability to Incorporate Non-Manual Markers” video conference/workshop which may be a benefit to educational interpreters, TODs, community interpreters, ASL instructors, interpreting students and those who use ASL in their everyday lives. Trix […]
“What’s the Point?: Understanding the Message, Speaker Intent, and Making Appropriate Semantic Choices” video conference/workshop which is open to educational interpreters, TODs, generalist interpreters, and interpreting students. The presenter will be Frances J. Beaurivage, Manager of the EIPA Diagnostic Center and RID CI/CT.
This training will guide participants through a series of steps that will […]
Classifiers: The Key to Visually Rich Interpretations is to Incorporate Classifiers video conference/workshop
Open to educational interpreters, TODs, and generalist interpreters, and interpreting students.
The intent of this training is to provide interpreters with knowledge of a variety of classifiers that will enhance interpretations. Participants will identify when spoken English discourse will elicit the use of classifiers […]