rural K-12 schools will be on the William Woods University campus in July for
three weeks of training.
is co-sponsored by WWU and the Missouri Commission for the Deaf and Hard of
Hearing (MCDHH) and paid for by the Department of Elementary and Secondary
Education (DESE). The training involves 25-30 interpreters and runs July 5-22.
ASL interpreting at WWU and a member of the Missouri State Committee of
Interpreters (SCI), and Bethany Peterson, student life director at Missouri
School for the Deaf.
of hearing children, the role and responsibility of educational interpreters
and self-assessment in interpreting, as well as in-depth concentration on ASL
Carrie McCray, assistant professor of ASL interpreting, teaches a class during the 2010 workshop.
Dr. Barbara Garrett, professor of ASL interpreting, will be the instructor this year.