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Resources for Educational Interpreters


Best Practices for Educational Interpreters in South Carolina


Current Issues

Alice Cogswell and Anne Sullivan Macy Act


Every Student Succeeds Act


Government Agency Resources

IDEA


Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP)


U.S. Department Of Education


Understanding Individualized Education Programs


Understanding the IEP process


State licensing/guidelines


Organizations

Conference of Interpreter Trainers


 

Council of Exceptional Children


Deaf Inc.


Educational Audiology Association


Hands and Voices


National Association of the Deaf


National Deaf Center on Post-secondary Outcomes


National Association of Interpreters in Education 


Resources for Educational Interpreters

Clerc Center: Series of guides for parents and professionals


Outcomes for Graduates of Baccalaureate Interpreter Preparation Programs specializing in K-12th grade


RID Standard Practice Paper on Educational Interpreting


http://www.natureofascension.org/


http://www.ieisms.com/


http://www.doe.state.la.us/Ide/eia/1036.html


http://www.lalsd.org/


http://www.unco.edu/doit/RESOURCE/RID_Educational_Interpreting_ToolKit%281%29.pdf


http://www.dcmp.org/Default.aspx?AspxAutoDetectCookieSupport=1


http://www.rid.org/UserFiles/File/pdfs/About RID/For_Educational_Interpreters/Educational_Interpreting_Resources


Toolkit/Educational_Interpreting_TookKit%281%29.pdf


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=en8g6RTQWOA (interpreting vs. transliterating)


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DLUuA4YaVAY&feature=related (teaching young

heraing

and Deaf sign language)


ASL Story Telling

http://web.mac.com/peterscook1/Site/Welcome.html


http://www.d-pan.com/index.html (Deaf art)


http://www.keithwann.com/Home_Page.html


Deaf Studies

http://www.terptopics.com/LinksList.htm


http://dsdj.gallaudet.edu/


http://www.deaflinx.com/interpreting/terp.html


http://www.asl.rochester.edu/resources.htm


http://www.translatum.gr/dictionary/sign-language.htm


Professional Development

http://www.unco.edu/doit/


http://www.rit.edu/


http://www.leadershipinstitute.biz/recordedwebshops.html


http://jdsde.oxfordjournals.org/content/6/1/1.full.pdf+html (Demand Control Scheme)


http://www.digiterp.com/home.html


http://www.rid.org/ethics/code/index.cfm


http://www.idiomsite.com/ (idiom English meanings)


http://www.academia.edu/620778/Perceptions_of_Efficacy_of_Sign_Language_Interpreters_Working_in_k-12_Settings


Other Resources

Boystown National Research Hospital. (n.d.). EIPA content standards. Retrieved from http://www.classroominterpreting.org/EIPA/standards/contentstandards.asp


Boystown National Research Hospital. (n.d.). EIPA diagnostic center. Retrieved from http://www.classroominterpreting.org


Cokely, D. R. (1992). Interpretation: A sociolinguistic model. Burtonsville, Md.: Linstok Press.


Commission on Education of the Deaf (1988). Toward

equality

: Education of the deaf – A report to the President and the Congress of the United States. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office.


Distance Opportunities for Interpreter Training Center (2007, August). K-12 legislative trends. Retrieved from http://www.unco.edu/doit/2007%20RID%20presentations/K-12%20Legislative%20Trends.pdf


Frishberg, N. (1990). Interpreting: An introduction. (Rev.). Silver Spring, Md.: Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf.


Hurwitz, T. A. (1991). Report from

national task force

on educational interpreting. In Conference proceedings: Educational interpreting: Into the 1990s. Washington, D.C.: Gallaudet University College of Continuing Education, 19–23.


Johnson, L. (2004). Highly qualified educational interpreters. Retrieved from http://www.unco.edu/doit/Resources/NASDSE%202004.pdf


Jones, B. E. (2004). Competencies of K-12 educational interpreters: What we need versus what we have. In E. Winston (Ed.), Educational interpreting: How it can succeed (113– 131). Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press.


National Association of State Directors of Special Education (2000, November). Educational interpreters for students who are deaf and hard of hearing. Retrieved from: http://www.projectforum.org/docs/ed_interpreters.pdf


National Center on Deafness, California State University, Northridge. (2007, July). Research on Interpreter Shortages in K-12 Schools (34-35). VIEWS, 8.


Patrie, C., & Taylor, M. M. (2008, January). Outcomes for graduates of baccalaureate interpreter preparation programs specializing in interpreting in

k-12th grade

settings. Retrieved from http://www.lulu.com/product/paperback/outcomes-for-graduates-of-baccalaureate-interpreter-preparation-programs-specializing-in-interpreting-in-k-12th-grade-settings/2212962


Schick, B., & Williams, K. (1999). Skills levels of educational interpreters working in public schools. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 144-155.


Schick, B., & Williams, K. (2001). The educational interpreter performance assessment: Evaluating interpreters who work with children. Odyssey. Winter/Spring,12.


Schick, B., & Williams, K. (2004). The educational interpreter performance assessment: Current structure and practices. In E. A. Winston (Ed.), Educational interpreting: How it can succeed (186-205). Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press.


Schick, B., Williams, K., & Kupermintz, H. (2005) Look who’s being left behind: educational interpreters and access to education for deaf and hard-of-hearing students. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education 11:1 (3-20). Oxford University Press.


Seleskovitch, D. (1978). Interpreting for international conferences: Problems of language and communication. Silver Spring, Md.: Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf Publications.


Stuckless, E. R., J. C. Avery, and T. A. Hurwitz. (1989). Educational interpreting for deaf students: Report of the national task force on educational interpreting. Rochester, N.Y.: National Technical Institute for the Deaf at Rochester Institute of Technology.


Winston, E.A. (1994). An interpreted education: Inclusion or exclusion. In Johnson, R.C and Cohen O.P. (eds.) Implications and complications for deaf students of the full inclusion movement. Gallaudet Research Institute Occasional Paper 94-2. Washington, DC: Gallaudet Research Institute.