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Thanks to all y’all who linked on over to check out this site. These folks are writing a book about how interpreters are changing the world.
That’s how we roll here at interpretopia -- sharing the interpreter love and unity worldwide.
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Tuesday, February 26, 2008
Sunday, February 3, 2008
Another video vignette in the same series for hearing instructors working with deaf students in their classes. A simple example of how to reinforce verbal information visually. This approach is beyond being an accommodation for an individual student and usually benefits the entire class.
Instructor: Dr. Brian Beatty (Dept. of Instructional Technologies, SFSU)
Interpreter: Lolita White, CI, CT (Staff interpreter SFSU)
Deaf student: Matt Anderson
Students: Paul Carlson, Dee Glaim, Sharif Rashedi, Lin Tran, Joseph "Pepe" Wagnon
Lighting and Camera: Ryan Hildebrandt
Produced and edited by Nicole Montagna
Produced at San Francisco State University
Special thanks to the Instructional Technologies Department and Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Services of the DPRC.
This was a Deaf/Interpreter collaboration.
Two-thirds of the students in the class are Deaf.
This video was filmed in one day.