2014-2015 Educational Interpreter Training Series - Collaborating with the IEP Team: The Role of the Educational Interpreter

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Educational interpreters are an important part of a student’s educational team but it can be challenging to know what information is appropriate and necessary to share with the team. Participants will review EIPA Guidelines for Professional Conduct, will review guiding questions for writing an IEP summary report and will examine scenarios to determine best practices for educational interpreters in the IEP process.
IEP Summary Report Guiding Questions
SAMPLE IEP SUMMARY REPORT
Collaborating With the IEP Team: The Role of the Educational Interpreter


Title of Training: Collaborating with the IEP Team: The Role of the Educational Interpreter
Presenter: Rebecca Moore
Training Date: 01/28/2015

Topic: Deaf/Hard of Hearing, Educational Interpreters


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