Deaf - Hard of Hearing

Resources for Educational Interpreters

by Jane Freeman

Are you an educational interpreter looking for professional development opportunities? Or a supervisor who needs to develop opportunities for staff? Check out the Short Term Loan resources for educational interpreters. There are over 100 items available for self-study. Recent additions include Charting the Course: Avoid Getting Lost- Learn Effective Discourse Mapping Strategies, Fingerspelling Strategies with Mary Luczki, ASL vs. English: A Grammatical Analysis and Silent Memoirs: Life Stories from the Deaf. New materials are being added every few months. All of these resources are available to borrow at no cost for educational interpreters within Pennsylvania. Check out the Resource tab on our website or contact your local consultant.

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