- Published on Fri, November 13 2015
Collaboration of GVRRID
& Professional Development Program, Department of Access Services at RIT
present Mini Conference 2016
Ways of Conveying Meaningful Messages
Every people have their own character, style, ways of conveying messages and "flavor". How do we, the interpreters, pass consumer's cultural values, norms and information in ways that might allow outsiders a glimpse of what we know with meaningful messages?
This conference will begin the workshop with exploring the kinds of things outsiders think and feel when they think of Deaf people, and how we – as Deaf people's interpreters, colleagues, friends and family members – see those "flavors". The next workshop focuses on building deeper processing skills – strategies for message processing and creating more powerful and effective interpretations.
Stephanie Feyne will wrap up the conference entailing a professional discussion in analyzing interpreters' interaction issues.
The goal of the conference is to create an atmosphere of safety and openness in which participants can share unusual ideas and thoughts, and new ways of thinking can be encouraged as we explore this somewhat uncharted territory.
SATURDAY, January 9TH
8:30 AM – 12:00 PM
Deaf Flavor by Sharon Neumann Solow
1:00 – 5:00 PM
Chew It 20 Times: Whole Thought Processing for Effective Interpretation by Sharon Neumann Solow
SUNDAY, January 10TH
12:00 – 3:00 PM
Let's Talk! Discussions of Issues in Interpreted Interactions by Stephanie Feyne
Click here to see the full program details including description of each workshop and presenter's biography.
Student Development Center
Room 1300 & 1310
NTID @ RIT
52 Lomb Memorial Drive
Rochester, NY 14623