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Educational Interpreting Series, Program #1G: A Mother's Perspective on the IEP Process

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Gives voice-to-sign interpreting practice with teachers/adults who are hearing. Maxine Camvel, a parent who is hearing, gives insight on how to advocate for children who are deaf by maximizing parent input during the Individualized Educational Plan (IEP) process. Two certified interpreters provide separate interpretations to demonstrate how to interpret vocabulary and emotional content commonly expressed by parents. Includes recommended instructional activities. Part of the "Educational Interpreting" series.

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Runtime: 1 hour 1 minute

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Educational Interpreting Series
Episode 1
32 minutes
Grade Level: PT/TT -
Educational Interpreting Series
Episode 2
40 minutes
Grade Level: PT/TT -
Educational Interpreting Series
Episode 3
39 minutes
Grade Level: PT/TT -
Educational Interpreting Series
Episode 4
30 minutes
Grade Level: PT/TT -
Educational Interpreting Series
Episode 5
29 minutes
Grade Level: PT/TT -
Educational Interpreting Series
Episode 6
55 minutes
Grade Level: PT/TT -
Educational Interpreting Series
Episode 7
1 hour 1 minute
Grade Level: PT/TT -
Educational Interpreting Series
Episode 8
43 minutes
Grade Level: PT/TT -
Educational Interpreting Series
Episode 9
42 minutes
Grade Level: PT/TT -
Educational Interpreting Series
Episode 10
38 minutes
Grade Level: PT/TT -

Viewer Comments

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    Brenda C. (Olympia, WA)
    January 17th, 2017 at 05:30 PM

    Great opportunity for parents to share this woman's experience with her deaf daughter, school, and the IEP process!

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    Keith B. (Eau Claire, WI)
    March 9th, 2016 at 11:07 AM

    Good material for interpreter development.