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Using Interpreters in Special Education Service Provision



This course will provide potential interpreters and special education professionals with information, tools and strategies needed for conducting legal and effective meetings, as well as service delivery, in languages other than English. Special education professionals and interpreters are encouraged to attend the morning session together.

The session will be in 2 parts: Part I--AM session-- (for both interpreters and sped professionals)--Legal and practical aspects of interpreting (or being interpreted for!) in special education settings. Part II--PM session-- (for interpreters) --specific tools and strategies for interpreting in assessments and ARD meetings.

Objectives:

Part 1: (3 hours) For Special Education Professionals (SLPs/Diags/LSSPs/Teachers) and Interpreters

  1. Participants will identify necessary actions for IDEA compliance when utilizing an interpreter in provision of special education services (meetings and assessment sessions).

     

  2. Participants will describe the most appropriate models of interpreting to be used in ARD/IEP meetings and conferences

     

  3. Participants will identify guidelines for ensuring appropriate and effective interpreted communication during ARD/IEP meetings and conferences.

Part 2: (3 hours) For Interpreters. (information/resources specifically provided for Spanish-language interpreting; the concepts to be discussed will be applicable to other languages as well)

 

  1. Participants will describe strategies for interpreting during assessment sessions/meetings.

     

  2. Participants will locate and use resources (glossaries, prepared forms) for interpreting discussions of assessment results.

 



Important Session Information:


This workshop is free to all Region 10 schools.

This course will provide potential interpreters and special education professionals with information, tools and strategies needed for conducting legal and effective meetings, as well as service delivery, in languages other than English.  Special education professionals and interpreters are encouraged to attend the morning session together.

The session will be in 2 parts:  Part I--AM session-- (for both interpreters and sped professionals)--Legal and practical aspects of interpreting (or being interpreted for!) in special education settings.  Part II--PM session-- (for interpreters) --specific tools and strategies for interpreting in assessments and ARD meetings.

Objectives:

Part 1: (3 hours) For Special Education Professionals (SLPs/Diags/LSSPs/Teachers) and Interpreters

  1. Participants will identify necessary actions for IDEA compliance when utilizing an interpreter in provision of special education services (meetings and assessment sessions).
  2. Participants will describe the most appropriate models of interpreting to be used in ARD/IEP meetings and conferences
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Session ID:
60005
Credits Available:
(5.5) CPE
(5.5) Contact Hours
Seats Available:
5
Fee:
$150.00
Contact Person:
Angelia Rottman
Instructor(s):
Region 10 Contractor
Robin Pokladnik
Date Time Location
1/25/2019 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM Mockingbird Room
Region 10
904 Abrams Rd., Richardson, 75081
   Region 10 Education Service Center
   400 E. Spring Valley Rd.
   Richardson, TX 75081-5101

Second Location    
904 Abrams Rd    
Richardson, TX 75081    



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