February 17, 2018 10am -- 3pm Educational Interpreting – K-12 Word Choices This workshop will be taught by Lisa Potter, M.Ed. and will focus on integrating the principles established by RID and the EIPA regarding K-12 Educational Interpreting in making appropriate sign choices and how to use Dolch and Bridge terms/phrases to use working in a K-12 Educational Setting. Decisions related to working with space, classifiers, and modifiers will be discussed. 12 Step Program Interpr
New Orleans Sign Language Services, LLC Presents 5324 Canal Blvd, NOLA, 70124 (Enter the side door, downstairs, facing Hawthorne Place) LRID Members -- $30 Non- LRID Members -- $35 ITP Students -- $20 Deaf -- Free (Pay at the door) This workshop will focus on protocol and vocabulary related to interpreting in a vocational rehabilitation setting. Hands-on practices, break-out groups, techniques, resources, and study aids will also be provided to participants. .5 CEUs will be p
New Orleans Sign Language Services, LLC
PRESENTS TWO WORKSHOPS on January 21, 2017 The Science of Sign Language
10am – 12pm
Jennifer Kuyrkendall will highlight published scientific research on the human brain and sign language usage. Participants will be introduced to the cognitive impact on visual spatial language anomalies, and identify the complex parts of the brain that relate to language comprehension and expression.
Deaf: Educational Interpreting for Students with
Learn how to use proper etiquette for approaching and communicating with a Deaf-Blind person will increase the likelihood that the interpreting assignment will have a successful and positive outcome. Practice tactile sign language while blindfolded will give participants better insight and a deeper appreciation of what is involved in using this method of communication, thus increasing their effectiveness as interpreters and/or SSPs. Develop basic guiding skills will ensure th