Deliberate Practice for Deaf Interpreters
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2020 GTC Journey Tracks for Deaf Interpreters
The February offering for the GTC Journey Track for Deaf interpreters is a course focused on deliberate practice for deaf interpreters.
This online workshop consists of four modules with a series of interactive activities, readings and videos to provide information, and discussions/assignments to apply the learning practices. The course begins looking at deliberate practice and how important it is for deaf interpreters. Information and activities about deliberate practice is mixed in with information from Peter Brown, author of Make it Stick: The Science of Successful Learning. Participants will be asked to engage with the ideas by creating summaries in alternate languages about information.
Successful participants will be able to:
- list four big ideas about the science of successful learning;
- describe the difference between unfocused and deliberate practice;
- practice describing ideas related to successful learning and deliberate practice in both ASL and English,
- identify at least 5 activities for future professional development.
Certificate of Completion & CEUs
This course is being offered for CEUS through RID’s ACET program. (For certified members in the CMP program, this is not an opportunity for you to earn CEUs as the focus of the Journey track is for novice interpreters working toward certification.)
RID CEUs are sponsored by the St. Catherine University, an approved RID sponsor for continuing education activities. This activity has been approved for .8 CEUs in professional studies and assumes some knowledge content.
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