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Language Development and Gaps: How to Identify and Meet Linguistic Needs in Interpreting
July 14, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
**UPDATED 06/30/20**: workshop postponed; details TBA
What: Language Development and Gaps: How to Identify and Meet Linguistic Needs in Interpreting
When: Tuesday, July 14th, 6:00pm-8:00pm
**** This event is subject to be canceled ****
RSVP: LIMITED SEATS AVAILABLE
Registration will start July 1st, an email will be sent on June 30th with instructions.
Where: OSU-OKC Classroom TBD
Description: Basic background of language development process and what happens with language deprivation. Basic explanation of Theory of Mind.
About the Presenter: Jessi McDannald– Jessi McDannald currently holds QAST and EIPA levels and is working as an interpreter in educational and community settings. She is certified in Oklahoma to teach deaf education from Pre-K through 12th grade and has over 15 years of experience working with deaf students of all ages. She has taught deaf students with additional disabilities, such as autism, that creatively influence their language usage, and loves the challenge of figuring out how to ensure communication is clear and effective.
CEU: .2 ICRC/RID CEU’s
*Will be presented in ASL
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