NEW Sample Interpreter Responses Added to Unfolding Scenarios
Four new sample interpreter responses and reflections have been added to the Unfolding Scenarios resource. Previously, CALI released 12 scenarios, designed to help interpreters practice the application of critical thinking and ethical reasoning. Feedback has indicated that both students and practitioners are benefitting from those scenarios that include sample interpreter responses and reflections. In response, CALI has added four new videos with sample responses and reflections.
Want more information on how to use this resource? Check out our Webinars page for access to a pre-recorded presentation that will help you get started! (CEUs available)
CALI has developed four Self-Paced Online Learning Modules, which are being made available to the public for independent learning! Visit our Online Learning: Self-Paced Modules page to learn more, see which modules are currently available, and enroll!
WANT TO FORM A COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE USING OUR SELF-PACED MODULES? Participation in a Community of Practice (CoP) provides a variety of benefits, and you are eligible to earn more CEUs through a CoP than you would if you complete each module on your own. Visit our Online Learning: Self-Paced Modules page to download a Curriculum Guide for each module and check out our Webinars page for access to a pre-recorded presentation that will help you get started! (CEUs available)
RSA Interpreter Education Project Spotlight Series: CALI Resources for Teaching and Learning
A new webinar is now available on CALI Online Learning! This webinar is the first in the Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) Interpreter Education Project Spotlight Series. It highlights resources that were developed to address the growing demand for interpreters with specialized skills to serve Deaf and DeafBlind persons with atypical language.
Check out our Webinars page for more details.
CALI Cohort 3
Congratulations to this amazing group on completing CALI’s Program of Study! Even though we couldn’t be together in person for this year’s Practical Application Week, these interpreters persevered and made it “virtually” perfect in every way!