Title

Teaching Strategies: Implementation in Classroom Interpreted Discourse, the Possibilities.

Date

6-1-2017 4:15 PM

End Time

1-6-2017 4:30 PM

Location

RWEC 101

Department

Deaf Studies and Professional Studies

Session Chair

Erin Trine

Session Chair

Vicki

Session Title

Deaf Studies and Professional Studies

Faculty Sponsor(s)

Erin Trine

Presentation Type

Presentation

Abstract

Teaching strategies and implemented methodologies are an important aspects of a child's education and growth. Sign language interpreters in the K-12 setting typically are unaware of the deliberate methods and practices utilized by the instructor unless requested by the interpreter. Understanding the types of strategies and models of teaching should have an influence on the way an interpreter addresses meaning transfer for a student. Deliberate consideration of curriculum and common core with the implemetation of these strategies has the potential to be a component for change toward a child's cognitive load. It is my intent to identify areas of change in curriculum of training interpreters that improves the quality of education for students in the K-12 setting. The deliberate inclusion of strategies in an interpretation can have a positive outcome toward learning targets; thus an improvement in standardized testing results and synthesis of information.

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Jun 1st, 4:15 PM Jun 1st, 4:30 PM

Teaching Strategies: Implementation in Classroom Interpreted Discourse, the Possibilities.

RWEC 101

Teaching strategies and implemented methodologies are an important aspects of a child's education and growth. Sign language interpreters in the K-12 setting typically are unaware of the deliberate methods and practices utilized by the instructor unless requested by the interpreter. Understanding the types of strategies and models of teaching should have an influence on the way an interpreter addresses meaning transfer for a student. Deliberate consideration of curriculum and common core with the implemetation of these strategies has the potential to be a component for change toward a child's cognitive load. It is my intent to identify areas of change in curriculum of training interpreters that improves the quality of education for students in the K-12 setting. The deliberate inclusion of strategies in an interpretation can have a positive outcome toward learning targets; thus an improvement in standardized testing results and synthesis of information.