StreetLeverage – Live 2015

December 23, 2017

Deaf-Parented Interpreters: A Challenge to the Status Quo in Sign Language Interpreter Education?

Amy Williamson presented Deaf-parented Interpreters: A Challenge to the Status Quo in Sign Language Interpreter Education? at StreetLeverage – Live 2015 | Boston/Newton. Amy… Read More

Sign Language Interpreters: Practicing with a Socially Conscious Approach

Joseph Hill
Joseph Hill presented Sign Language Interpreters: Practicing with a Socially Conscious Approach at StreetLeverage – Live 2015 | Boston. His… Read More

Deafhood: Liberation, Healing, and the Sign Language Interpreter

Marvin Miller
Marvin Miller presented Deafhood: Liberation, Healing, and the Sign Language Interpreter at StreetLeverage – Live 2015 | Boston. Marvin explored the Deafhood… Read More

Incidental Learning with Deaf Students: Is There a Role for Sign Language Interpreting?

Mindy Hopper
Mindy Hopper presented Incidental Learning with Deaf Students: Is There a Role for Sign Language Interpreting? at StreetLeverage – Live 2015 |… Read More

Implicit & Explicit Meaning: Implications for Sign Language Interpreters

Patrick Graybill
Patrick Graybill presented Implicit & Explicit Meaning: Implications for Sign Language Interpreters at StreetLeverage – Live 2015 | Boston. His talk… Read More

Genuine Confidence: Why Can’t It Be All About Me?

Sharon Neumann Solow
Sharon Neumann Solow presented Genuine Confidence: Why Can’t It Be All About Me? at StreetLeverage – Live 2015 | Boston. Her presentation… Read More

Status Transactions: The “It” Factor in Sign Language Interpreting?

Wing Butler
Wing Butler presented Status Transactions: The “It” Factor in Sign Language Interpreting? at StreetLeverage – Live 2015 | Boston. Wing highlights… Read More
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